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REGISTER, 






AND 



UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 



FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 



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BEING THE FORTIETH OF THE 
INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 

STATES. 

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 
BY NATHAN DABOLL. 

COMPILED UNDER THE INSPECTION OF THE SECRETARY 
Ok' THE STJTE OF CONNECTICUT, 

NEW-LONDON : 
PRINTED AND SOLD BY SAMUEL GREEN, 



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OBSERVATION. 

THE hour cf night is, many times, more 6G!*ref>- 
iently estimated by the moon's southing, than by 
her. rising and sitting. 

To fmd the moon's southing : 

RULE. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on any 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

will have the true time of the moon's southing for 

that. day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the length of the day. ; and double the 
time of the sun y s rising will be the length of the night. 

Chronological Cycles for the year 1816. 

Dominical Letter, E D I Solar Cycle, 1 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- | Roman Indiction, 15 

en Number, 8 I Julian Period, 6529. 
Epact, VT I 

Names and Characters of the Planets. 

O or @ Sol or Sun. © or j) Luna or Moon, 
$ Herscheli. ^ Saturn. . % Jupiter. % Mars. 
© Tcllas, or Earth. 9 Venus, g Mercury, 

Names and Charafters of the Afpe£ts. 

6 Conjunction, or planets situated in the same 
longitude. 

□ Quartile, whgii they are 90 degrees distant 
from each ot!.: *.. 

g Opposition, whtn they are ISO degrees dis- 
tant. , ' , 

A Trine, when they are 120 decrees d^ta^t* 

>;< Sex tile, is when two planets or stars are 00 : 
degrees distant* 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1816, 

_£ HERE will be four Eclipses (his year, two of 
;he Sun a«d two of the Moon, in the following order, 
nz : — 

1 . The first will be of the Sun, May 26th at 1 o'- 
;Iock 19 minutes in the eveiiiftg, invisible to us ; but 
n latitude 58° 52 ; S. and long. 138° 20mih. W. it 
pHl be visible, central and annul ir, on the meridian. 
D 's long, n 5° 38' D 's lat. 53' 4 1 '*. S. 

2. lite second will be of the Moon, Jane 9th, visible 
nd total, as follows :— a <r> > yyr>CU'\ 

The eclipse will begin at 6 42 

The Moon will rise, near 7 digits eclipsed 7 19 
Total darkness will begin 7 52 

Middle of the eclipse 8 28 

Total darkness ends 9 4 

End and full recovery of light 10 13 

Quantity of greatest emerson 15 digits, from the 

•uth side of the earth's shadow. 

3. The third will be of the Sun November 19th, at 5 
clock 36 mim in the morning, invisible. 

4. The fourth will be of the Moon, December 4th, in 
e evening ; a part of which will be visible ; the mid- 
e of the eclipse will be at 3h. 57 min. when the quai)^ 
y of greatest obscuration will be 8 digits, at which 
ne the Moon will be below our horizon, but the lat« 

part, or going off will be visible on the Moon's south 
b, for three quarters of an hour after she rises. 



FREEMEN'S MEETINGS. 

I 

REEMEN'S MEETINGS through©*! the State 

Connecticut, are held annually on the third Mon- 
in September, and on the Monday following the 
t Tuesday in April. 



A TABLE Jheiving the difference ej High-Water at fever a 
places from New- London. 

THE. fixth column of each monthly page fhews th 
time of High- water at New-London, New-York 
Elizabethtown-PoiHt, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henloper 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Care 
lina— to which if you add and fubtraft as in the annexe 
[table, you will have the time of high-water at the fo ( 
lowing places.— (A] fhews that the annexed quantity 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtrafted--(H) (lands f<! 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



Names of Places 
Albany 
Amboy 

Annapolis, Mar. 
Annapolis, Novf 
New-Bedford 
Boflon 
Burlington 
Canfo 

Cape-Ann 
Cape Fear 
Gafco Bay 
Charlefton Bar 
Fairfield 
Frederica,Gf0rgitf, S 
Georgetown Bar S 
Guilford 
Hackenfack 

Halifax 

Hell Gate 

Hartford 

Hingham 

Huntington 

[pfwich 

Jamestown 

KAngllow n^Efoptts, A 

Louifbcurgh A 

Main Ocean S 

Vlobilie-Point A 

M->ni-nrkph £ 



A 
S 
S 
A 
S 
A 
A 
A 
A 
S 
A 
S 
A 



H. 


M . 


6 


30 





45 


2 





Z 





I 


12 


2 


15 





20 


2 


5^ 


2 


45 


I 





2 


J 5 



2 

2 
I 

2 

I 

3 
3 

30 
2 20 

1 32 

2 o 
2 45 



Karnes of "Places, 
Newburyport A 

New-Haven A 

New- Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 
Penobfcot 
Penfacola 
Philadelphia 
Pifcataway 
Plymouth 
Poiepels Ifland 

Port Royal, S. C. 

Portfmouth 

Providence 

Purifburgh, S. C. 

Quebec 

Reedy-lOand 

Rhode-Ifland 

Salem 

Sandy- Hook 

Savannah 

Saybrook 

St. Auguftine, B. 

St. John's, Neinf. 

S anbury, Georgia, 

Tyhee Bar 

White Stone 
Williamlburg, Va. 

WilininnrtAnl f\I C 



A 

S 
A 
A 
A 
A 

S 
A 

S 

s 

A 
A 
S 
A 
S 
S 
A 
S 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



J First Q. 7d. Ih.olm. att. 1 LastQr.2UL llh.23m. m 


''[tull m. 14d. 8h. 28m. aft. | New m. 29d. 4h. Om. mor. 


c M.|\v| Calendur, &c |©r.j©s.|F.sea.| r. D s. 


: lj2|Circum. Frosty' 


7 281432 1 


10 47 6 34 


1 2 3 Days increased 4 m. 


7 27 432 


11 25 


7 39 


3 4 


3) Apogee. cold 


7 27' 


132; 


ift. 20 


8 35 


1 45 


weather. 


7 27 


*33 


1 3 


9 34 


5|6iQ slow of clock 6 m. 


7 26 


434 


I 45 10 34 


6 7jEpip. Clouds up 


7 26 


434 


2 15 11 32 


7jElst.sund.af.Ep. HOD 


7 25 


435 


3 6'morn 


8 2 


for snow or rain ^7 24 


4 36 


3 47 


31 


93 


then more moderate-Vt 24 


4 36 


4 31 


1 32 


104 


i7*'s south 8h. o'clock. 7 23 


4 37 


5 18 


2 34 


11 5 


[Sup. 6©g. More 


7 22 


4 38 


6 10 


4o 


12 6 


foul weather 


7 22 


4 38 


7 6 


4 32 


137 


D high, near 


7 21 


4 39 


8 6 


6 1 


14 E 


2d afterEpiph. Full ® 


7 20 


440 


9 8 


DHse 


152 


Full tides, these days. 


7 20 -UC 


10 10 


5 41 


163 


j) Perigee. Cold 


7 19 441 


11 10 


6 53 


174 


Days increased 24 m. 


7 18 


442 


morn 


8 5 


18 5 


O slow of clock 11m. 


7 17 


4 43 


6 


9 19 


19 6 


and windy. Now 


7 16 


4 44 


59J10 34 


20 7 


Oenters^9h.24m.aft. 


7 15 


4 45 


1 49 ( n 44 


21 I 


^3d. aft. Epiph. UQD 


7 14 


4 46 


2 38 morn. 


22 2 


look out for a storm 


7 13 


447 


3 26' 54 


23 3 


of snow or rain 


7 12 


448 


4 15J 2 6 


24 4 


D with 1?. 7*s s.7o'clk. 


7 11 


4 49 


5 5| 3 18 


25 5 


Conv. St. Paul. § \ tog. 


7 10 


45C 


5 5jS< 4 14 


266 


Dlotr, s ft era plea- 


7 9 


4 51 


6 48j 5 11 


27,7 


sant day, comes 


7 8 


4 52 


7 40 6 1 


28jl 


^ 4th after Epiph, 


7 7 


4 55 


8 3) 


6 51 


29*2 


New D. * nO % 


7 6 


4 54 


9 2C 


> Dset 1 - 


30,3 


■King Charles, a storm. 


7 5 


4 55 


10 : 


' 6 9 


31|4 


ID Apo-ree. Tides swell 


7 4 


456 


'lO 5 


7 12 



First qt\ 6ds 8h. 42 m. m. 
Full mo. 13d, 7h,.22m,m. 



Last qr- l'jc]* 
New m. 27d 



lOh. 55m.aft. 
. 1 Oh. 44m, a V. 



M hv 



Calendar, &c. |©ri !0s.jF.sea.|r. D s. 



3145 7 



Cloudy, hazy 
Purif. B. V.M. Cand 
HO % . wea f her 

5ih after Epiph. 6 O ] 2 
&07#£ pleasant 
□ 05. */;<?« fw* 

Days iricr. lh. 10m. 

A storm 
O'slow of clock 15m. 
D high, cf snow or 

Septuages Sund. rain 
near this time 
3 Perigee, Full % 
Valentine. Full tides 
Clears off' 
more jdca&ant 
Days increase 111,34111 
Sexagesima Sunday, 
©en. XOh.Tm.aftern. 
( II Q D • blustering 
winds from the 
J) low. A 7 . W. 

©slow of clock 14m. 
bt. Matthias. Mart 
Quinquaijes Sund. 
UA\ 6 0?. pleasant. 
Shrove Tues. ) Ap ■ 
AshWednes. (New DJ6 2815 32 
J storm is near 6 27 5 33 



2 
7 1 

6 59 
658 
6 57 
656 
6 54 
653 
6 52 
651 
6 49 
6 48 
6 47 
646 
6 44 
6 43 
6 42 
6 41 
639 
638 
636 
635 
6 34 
6 32 



6 Cil 
6 30 



458 

4 59 
5' 

5 2 
5 3 
5 4 
5 6 
5 7 
5 8 
5 9 
5 H 
5 12 
5 13 
5 14 
5 16 
5 17 
5 18 
5 19 
521 
5 22 
5 24 
5 25 
526 
528 
529 
5 30 



6 16 
3 sets 

* 1.0 

7 10 
The Planet Venus will be morning star till the 1st of Aug 

theme evening star to the end of the year. 



11 34 
aft. 14 

54 

1 35 

2 17 

3 "2 

50 

43 
4: 
4! 
44 



846 

9 45 

10 42 

11 36 
morn. 

27 

1 17 

2 8 

2 59 

3 51 

4 44 

5 36 

6 21 

7 17 
S 4 

8 49 

9 33 

10 14= 



8 16 

9 15 

10 15 

11 14 
morn. 

H 



1 16 

2 19 

3 21 

4 29^ 

5 20 

6 14 
3 rise 

6 

8 10 

9 25 

10 4 

11 58 
morn. 

I 

2 2 

3 2 

4 2 
4 46 



nil 

af, 






i>JAKCJtl I) 


HI 


a 1 


da 


ys. 






First qr. 7 day Oh 8m. in. 


Last qr. 


20d.0h.5lm. af* 


J 


Full moon i3d.5h. Om. aft. 


New m, 


28d. 4h. 4Cm.af 


m | vv j Calendar, Sec. f-©r.|©sJF«sea.|iy3*' 


1 


6 


St. DawcL HO #j6 26 


5 


34|10 55 


8 10 


a 


2 


7 


CW March winds! 6 24 


5 


36J11 36 


9 9 


4 


3 


D 


1st Sunday in Lent. 6 23 


5 


37 


aft. 17 


10 9 


1 


4 


2 


7*'s set at midnight. |6 21 


5 


39 


1 1 


11 L( 


A 


5 


3 


O slow of clock 12m. 6 20 


5 


40 


1 47 


morn. 


i 


6 


.; 


Days length 1111.2 2 m \.6 19 


5 


41 


2 37 


12 


3 


7 


5 


D0D, ' A cold\6 17 


5 


43 


3 3i 


1 15 




S 


6 


j) high, storm .|6 16 


5 


44 


4 28 


2 18 




9 


7 


Twilight s Lories*. |6 14 


5 


46 


5 29 


3 1 5 


1 


10 


D 


2nd in Lent. j.S 1 3J5 


47 


6 30 


4 13 




i] 


2 


Chilling zvindsls 12 5 


48 


7 29 


4 58 




12 


3 


3 Perigee. 2?«/?2|6 10'5 


50 


8 27 


5 44 




13 


4 


Full ®. o?* swc>w>,j.6 9ji 


51 


9 23 


j) rise 




14 


5 


Very high tides. j6 .8:5 


52 


10 17 


7 5 




15 


6 


72 <?a r £/; ?«6 da ys\6 6 5 


54 


11 10 


3 26 




16 


7 


More pleasant^ 55 


5£Jmorn. 


9 37 




17 


1) 


3d in Lent* Sf.Falric. ! ,'6 3 5 


57! 3 


•0 39 




IS 


2 


then co djiurrics of snow 6 2 5 


53; 56 


11 41 




19 


3 


Days length lib. 58m.*6 1J5 


59j 1 50 


morn. 




2u 


4 


© enters c f Oh. 22m.a^6 0.6 


d 2 44 


52 




21 


5 


7*'s set 1 1 o'clock, 5 58* { 6 


2 3 27 


2 3 




22 


6 


n O D . -M?re moderates 5 6.6 


4] 4 30 


2 52 




:s 


7 


O slow of ci< ck 6 na. 


5 55 6 


5 5 21 


3 41 




24 


Q 


lib, in Lent. Midlenu 


5 54|6 


6 6 9 


4 14 




£3 


2 


Annun. 1L V. M. 


5 52*6 


8: 6 55 


4 47 




J (5 


3 


D Apogee. c^Ver 


5 5 16 


9 ? r 59 


5 17 




27 


•1 


the storm is 


5 49 6 


11 ! 8 21 


5 48 




38 


5 


N r ew Moon. over 


5 48^6 


12 .9 2 Dsets 




29 





comes a sficll of 


5 47j6 


13j 9 42 7 7 




>0. 


7 


spring like weather 


3 46'6 


14 10 24 8 8 




xU 


1) 


5th !ii Lent. 


5 44*6 


16 11 6 9 in 



— — ■ 





APRIL hath 30 days. 


"*— 


First qr. 5d. llh. 35m.m. Lastqr. 19d. 4h. 51m.m, 


Full m. 12d. lh. 56m. m. Newmo.27d. 5h.44m. m. 


M| 


w| Calendar, Sec. |©r.|©s.|F.s 


ea.||r. 3 s. 


1 


2 Days length 12h. 34m. 5 43(6 17 


11 


27 


10 13 


2 


3 Agreeable weathei 


•541J6 19 


aft 


.41 


il 16 




4 O fast of clock 3m. 


5 40*6 20 


1 


33 


morn. 


4 


5 3 high, then come*. 


?538 622 


2 


28 


17 


5 


6 D05- a c ' J ld storm 


5 37(6 23 


a 


26 


1 20 


6 


7 7*'sset 10 o'clock. 


5 36|6 24 


4 


25 


2 16 


r 


D Palm Sunday. 


5 34 


6 26 


5 


23 


3 12 


8 


2 Easterly weather 


5 33 


6 27 


6 


20 


3 46 


9 


3 3 Perigee. for 


532 


6 28 


7 


15 


4 20 


10 


4 several claijs. 


5 30 


6 30 


3 


9 


4 52 


11 


5 Tides sweil. 


529 


6 31 


9 


2 


5 22 


12 


6 Good Friday. Full^. 


528 


6 32 


9 


55 


3 rise 


{13 


7 O and clock even. 


526 


6 33 


10 


49 


8 33 


M 


D Easter Sunday. 


525 


6 35 


11 


44 


9 45 


J5 


2 Easter Mond. Some 


5 24 


6 36 


morn. 


10 57 


16 


3 E. Tues. filcasani 


5 2.3 


6 37 





39 


11 57 


17 


4 D low. weather. 


521 


6 39 


1 


35 


morn. 


IS 


5 Days leng. 13h. 20m. 


5 20 


6 40 


2 


30 


58 


19 


5 005- then comes a 


5 19 


6 41 


3 


23 


1 42 


20 ' 


T O enters & Oh. 55 m, mo. 


5 17 


6 43 


4 


13 


2 26 


'21 


3 1st aft. E. Low Sund. 


5 16 


6 44 


5 


G 


2 56 


22J5 


1 7*'& set 9 o'cl. storm. 


5 15 


6 45 


5 


44 


3 27 


23: 


> 3 Apogee. JPteaaam 


5 14 


6 46 


6 


26 


3 51 


2-ii 


weather. 


5 12 


6 48 


7 


7 


4 15 


25; 


i St. Mark. <?0^ 


5 11 


6 49 


7 


43 


4 32 


26 ( 


i Flying showers. 


5 10 


6 50 


8 


19 


4 50 


27 / 


r N T ew]>. ' Full tides 


5 9 


6 51 


9 


12 


3 sets 


28 I 


) 2d. after Easter. 


5 8 


6 52 


9 


57 


7 51 


392 


\ 1 Pleasant, 


5 6 


6 54 


10 


45 


9 6 


uolr 


> !© fast of clock 3 m. 


> 5 


6 5511 


36 10 22 



MAY hath 31 days. 



Firstqr. 4d. 7h, 2Jm. aft. 
Full it. lid. lOh. 59m. m. 



Lastqr. 18 d 
New m. 26d 



[. 9h. 48m, ait. 
lOh. 20m. aft. 



Calendar, &c. l©r;.|©s.|F.s ca.|r. j) s 



1 4 


25 


3 6 


4 7 


5D 


62 


7 3 


84 


9 5 


10 6 


11 7 


12 D 


132 


14 3 


154 


16 5 


176 


187 


19D 


20 2 


21 3 


22 4 


23 5 


24,6 


25J7 


26JD 


2712 


283 


29 4 


SO 5 



Gen.Elec. Newport 
Dhigh. [St. P. &J. 
Cool for the season 

nOD. Aow look 
3d.aft.E. Sup. D05 
cut for rain 
D Perigee. pleasant 
7*'s set 8 o'clock. 
Gen. Elect. Hartford. 

A storm is near, 
Full ®. High tides. 
4th alter Easter. 

Expect thunder 

a O h d low 

showers in some 
O fast of clock 4m, 

places now 

n0]). i/ew 

cftn/s of pleasant 
D Apogee. weather 
Oent.n lh. 21m, mor 
Heat in creases. 
Ascension. HolyThur 
Day's length I4h. 38m, 
Showers of rain 
Sun.af.Ascen. ©ecl'ip 
[New D 
Cool Northerly winds 
Elec. Boston. D high 



5 4:6 
5 3:6 



2 
1 

4 59 
458 
457 
4 56 
455 
4 54 
453 
452 
451 
4 50 
449 
4 48 
4 47 
4 46 
445 
4 44 7 
4 

4 43 
442 
14 
4 40 
4 40 
4 39 
438 
4.3^ 



aft. Si 
1 1 



54 
45 
37 
31 

10 27 

11 24 
morn. 

2) 

i 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 

5 

6 

7 

7 



4377 2; 



■ 3 LPJ 3* £ •grcwin.Z. src^onA 3 



16 

8 

50 

42 

2.5 

6 

46 

27 

9 

53 

8 40 

9 30 

10 24 

11 21 
ift.19 

1 17 



II 20 

morn 

U 

1 



4 
50 
26 

2 
30 

3 58 

4 24 
3) rise 

8 18 

9 34 
10 50 
VI 37 
morn 

25 


1 31 

1 56 

2 21 

2 45 

3 5 
3 29 
3 5 '< 

3 set 

8 12 

9 12 

13 

1 4 
I 55 



JUNE hath 30 days. 



First qr. 3d. Oh. 31m. m. 
Full moon. 9d. 8h. 32m. 



Last qr. 17d. 

New m. 25d. 



3h. lm. aft. 
9h. 20m. m 



m|w| Calendar, 8cc. 



|©ri.|©s, F..sea. r,>g 



*2 Stationary. 
Whit Sunday. 
W. Mond. D0D 
W. Tuesd. J perigee. 
Election N. H. 
7 #, s rise h.morn. 

South winds which 

may bring rain. 

Trinity Sund. j)eclip 

j) low. F.tides.[g© D 

St. Barnabas. 

Clear and pleasant, 
©and clock even. 

Ajhie growing 
season. 



436 

4 35 
435 
4 34 
4 34 
4 33 
4 33, 
432 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 
431 
431 
4 31 
431 
431 
4 30i 
4 30 
4 30' 
4 30 
430 



D 1st. Sund. after Trin. 
2 3 Apogee. D© J. 
.3 Ram near thjse 

4 ©. slow of clock lm. 

5 (Longest Days, 

6 ;Oenterss59h, 58m. m 

7 day* & fierhafis MundexA 30 
D 2d Sunday after Trin. U 30 

2 'St. John, Baptist. 4 30 

3 {New j). 3 high. 4 31 

4 torn. Union College. 4 3 1 
(# Station. 4 31 



28 6 0slow of clock 3m. |4 

29 7 ,St Peter. 3 perigee. 4 31 
30D3d Sund after Trinity. [4 32 



2 13i 


3 6 


3 57 


4 47 


5 36 


6 26 


7 18 


8 1 1 


9 7 


10 3 


10 59 


11 53 


morn. 


44 


I 32 


2 16 


2 58 


3 38 


4 18 


4 59 


5 41 


6 27 


7 16 


8 9 


9 5 


10 4 


11 9 


12 1 


aft. 56 


1 49 



morn 

29 

1 6 



i oo 

2 4 
2 29 

2 54 

3 19 
Drise 

S 3 

9 i 

10 15 

10 48 

11 29 
11 52 
morn. 

17 



4 

6 
29 
4 2 
24 
50 
3 16 
D sets 

8 55 

9 39 

10 24 
55 

11 27 



!* 




JULY iiath 31 ds 


r. I7d. fc 


h, Om. in. 


rstqr. 3 d. 4h. 40m. rri. j Last q 


Full mo. 9d. 7h. 34m. m. | New rh. 24d- 6h 


. 22m. aft. 


First quarter Slday, 9h. 38m, morn 




M 


w| Calendar, fc*c. 


@ri.|@s.|F. 


sea.|r. j) s 


1 


2 ,4ih bunch after Trm. 


432 


728 


2 


49 


11 5^ 


5 





©Aphelion. Inf. 6 © S 


4 32 


728 


3 


28 


morn. 


3 


_H 


DOD -#<?«' « r ^' 


4 32 


7 27 


4 


17 


25 


4 


5 


Irtdeptndence.de. 1776 


4 33 


7 27 


5 


7 


52 


5 


6 


Day's length 14h.52m. 


4 33 


7 27 


5 


58 


1 22 


6 


7 


fierhafis thunder show- 


4 34 


726 


6 


52 


1 58 


7 


D 


4th Suud. after Trio. 


4 34 


726 


7 


47 


2 35 


8J2 


(v) slow of clock 5. 


4 35 


725 


8 


42 


3 F2 


93 


Full Q. D low. 


4 35 


725 


9 


38 


Drist 


10 


4 


Tides swell. ers 


4 36 


724 


10 


3 


8 45 


1 i 


5 


Columbus born 1447. 


437 


723 


11 


19 


9 16 


i-a 


6 


Rain near this time* 


4 37 


7 23 


morn. 


9 51 


13 


7 


j) Apogee. 


438 


722 





5 


10 15 


14 


D 


5th Sun. after Trnity. 


4 38 


7 22 





4 9 


10 40 


15 


2 


J\'ow a spell of 


4 39 


721 


1 


29 


11 2 


16 


3 


good hay weather. 


4 40 


7 20 


2 


9 


11 23 


)7 


4 


a O D • F>^ 


441 


719 


2 


49 


11 50 


13 


5 


hot from day to day. 


441 


7 19 


3 


30 


morn. 


19 


6 


Days shortened 24m. 


4 42 


7 13 


4 


14 


17 


20 


7 


ra/w 7tf<2c/ £? expected. 


443 


717 


5 


i 


48 


21 


D 


7th Sund. after fna 


4 44 


7 16 


5 


52 


1 20 


22 ? 2 


G*s rise nrdn ght. 


4 45 


7 15 


6 


47 


2 6 


2S3 


%:>l 0! ci 6m '3) high. 


4 46 


7 14 


7 


45 


2 53 


24J4 


New D . D0^ " 


4 46 


7 14 


3 


46 


D sets 


25|o 


Dog cUys, St. James 


4 47 


713 


9 


46 


8 15 


26J6 


j)t\nig e. Full tides 


-W-8 


7 12 


10 


44 


8 50 


27,7 


JFoggy mornings. 


4 49 


711 


11 


39 


9 26 


S'ffD 


7th alt. Tnn. 


4 50 


7 10 aft 


3) 


9 55 


29:2 


27/ t J weather grows 


451 


7 9 


1 


22 


10 25 


30 3 


dull and lowry, 


4 52 


7 8 





11 


10 53 


3j 


4 


Sun. 609. a0 3 ! 4 53 


7 7 


3 





11 2 1 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 


Full moon 7d. 8h. 31m. m. 


New m. 23d. 2h. 19m. m 


Last < 
m|w| 


jr. 16d. Oh. 11m. m. 


First qr. 29d. 4h 


. 56m. aft. 


Calender. 8cc. |©ri.|©s.|F. 


sea.jr* Ji*^ 


1 


5 


Lammas. Hot 


4 54|7 6 3 


53 


11 56 


2 


6 


sultry weather 


4 55J7 5 


4 


46 


morn. 


3 


7 |0 slow of cl. 6m. 


4 56 


7 4 


5 


40 


31 


4 


D8th after Trin. > low 


4 57 


7 3 


6 


35 


1 18 


5 


2>*s rise llh. 


4 59 


7 1 


7 


30 


2 6 


6 


3 jTransfig. of our Loid. 


5 


7 


8 


23 


2 54 


7 


4 Name of Jesus. F.© 


5 1 


6 59 


9 


13 


D rise 


8 


5 


Bain about this time. 


5 2 


6 58 


10 





7 52 


9 


6 


Day's short, lh. 6m. 


5 3 


657 


10 


44 


8 18 


10 


7 


j) apogee. Plcasan 


5 4 


656 


11 


26 


9 44 


11 


D'9th af. Tr^n. evenings 


5 5 


655 


morn. 


9 5 


12 


<•-> 


Foggy mornings. 


5 6 


656 





7 


9 27 


13 


3 


8 O h • .Wow ex/iect 


5 8 


652 





47 


9 51 


14 4 


rain-) and thunder 


5 9 


651 


1 


28 


10 15 


i5 ! 5 


Assump. then 


5 10 


650 


2 


10 


10 44 


16J6 


□ © D clear and 


5 11 


6 49. 


2 


55 


11 13 


17 7 


Sup. 60f coo/ 


5 12 


648 


3 


4 3 


11 57 


is|d 


10th. aft. Trin. 


5 14 


646 


4 


35 


morn. 


19 


2 


) high. 7/azt/ 


5 15 


6 45 


5 


31 


41 


20 


3 


Oslow of clock 3 m. 


5 16 


6 44 


6 


30 


1 43 


21 


4 


7*srise 10 o'clock. 


5 17 


643 


7 


31 


2 16 


22 


5 


lowry and dull* 


5 19 


641 


8 


31 


3 40 


23 


6 


Qen.Trj? 3h. 18m. mo. 


5 20 


6 40 


9 


29 


5 sets 


24 


7 


St. Barth. 3)peregee. 


521 


639 


10 


2 3 


7 54 


25 


D 


11th aft Trin. H. tides. 


5 23 


637 


11 


17 


S 25 


26 


3 


Pleasant weather. 


524 


636 


aft 


9 


8 56 


27 


3 


6 111). Cuol nights. 


5 25 


6 35 


1 


1 


9 26 


28 


l jCommence. Darm» 


5 26 


OOt 


1 


5 2 


9 57 


2 9 


5 St. John B. n0D 


5 28 


6 32 


2 


47 


10 37 


30 


5 j© and cl.even. D © 9 


5 29 631 


3 


42:il 18 
1 


31 


7 


A storm is near. 


5 30 


6 30 


4 


37 


morn. 



S#PTEMI3ER hath .50 days. 


Full m. 6d. llh. 35m, ra. 


New m. 21d. 10b 


l, 16m. m. 


Last. qr. 14 d 3h. Cm. aft. 


First qr. 28d. 3h 


. 38m. m. 


m|*| Calendar, &c. |©ri.j@s.|F.sea. 


r. JrS 


1 


D 


I2tu Sufid. after Trua. 


5 32 


6 28 ( 5 


32 


11 


o 


2 


Warm for the seaso?i. 


5 33 


6 27l 6 


25 


1 4 


~1 


3 


Dog days end. 


5 34 


6 26; 7 


16 


2 6 


4 


4 


Commenc. Providence. 


5 36 


6 241 8 


4 


3 9 


5 


5 


D . Apogee, Pleasant. 


5 37 


6 23 8 


49 


4 5 


6 


6 


% andS >og. at 10 o c cl. 


5 38 


6 22, 9 


31 


D rise 


7 


7 


7*s rise 9 o'cl. (F. ® 


5 40 


6 20 10 


f2 


7 18 


8 


i) 


13th a.T- Nat. B.V.M. 


541 


6 19 10 


53 


7 40 


9 


2 


Flying clouds and 


5 42 


6 18 11 


33 


8 2 


10 


3 


perhaps thunder. 


5 44 


6 16 morn. 


8 26 


11 


4 


Commence. N. Haven. 


5 45 


6 15 


15 


8 51 


12 


5 


Showers in some places. 


5 46 


6 14 


58 


9 22 


13 


6 


Cool nights and 


5 48 


6 12; 1 


44 


9 54 


14 


7 


D03 mornings 


5 49 


6 IF 2 


34 


10 41 


15 


1 


14th aft. Trin. 3) high. 


551 


6 9: 3 


27 


11 23 


16 


2 


Rainy weather 


5 52 


6 8* 4 


24 


morn. 


17 


3 


but warm* 


5 53 


6 7 5 


22 


35 


is 


4 


©fast of cl. 6m. 


5 55 


6 5 6 


22 


i 42 


19 


5 


Windy weather. 


5 56 


6 4' 7 


20 


2 58 


.20 


6 


D perigee. Full tides. 


5 57 


6 3 8 


16 


4 U 


21 


7 


St. Matthew, New 3). 


5 59 


6 ij 9 


10 


>sets 


22 


D 


15 after Trin. ©in =2= 


6 


6 10 


4 


7 4 


23 


2 


Day and night equal. 


6 1 


5 59 10 


58 


7 34 


24 


3 


7*'s rise 8 o'clock. 


6 3 


5 57 11 


51 


8 4 


25 


! 


Pleasant weather % 


6 4 


5 56 aft. 47 


8 4: 


2e 


5 


'Dwithff. 3h. 19m. mo. 


J6 6 


5 54 1 


43 


9 2S 


2 7 


5 


Aow -comes a storm. 


.6 7 


5 53 2 


40 


10 U 


28 


7 


a © 5 . d low. 


[6 8 


5 52 3 


36 


11 ( 


29 


Djiethaft. Trin. 


6 10 


'5 50 4 


31 


morn 


39^ *© fast of clock 10m. 


(6 1 1(5 49 5 


3 J 


. 1 



OCTOBER hath 31 days 



ull moon 6d. 4h, 32m. m. 
ast or. 14d. 5h. 48m. in. 



New mo. 20d. 7h. 9m. aft 
First qr. 27d. 6h. 11m. aft 



Calendar, Sec. 



Southern breezes-) 



i©riJ,©s.lF.sea.jr.3)s 
1 i 



539110 
5 38 11 
5 36 11 



4 pay's length llh.32m. 6 14 

and some sfiQWefy 6 15 

3) A pog . of rain .617 

Pleasant weather 6 \8 

17th af. Trin. Full g$ 19 

for the season. 6 2 I 

6 © i . A'ow look 6 22 

out for a cold storm 6 24 

©fast of clock 13 m. 6 25 

7*s, rise 7 o'clock. 6 26 

Windy, cool weather. 6 28 

IStk aft Trin. > high/6 29 

□ 0) Foggy mornings 6 30 

jSton. Baptist Asso. 6 32 

Pleasant weather 6 33 

£//<??? comes 6 34 

DFer'gee. St. Luke. V6 36 

\ station, a A .E. storm. \6 37 

19th aft. Trin. New >6 38;5 22 

Full tid-s. clears 6 40 5 20 



6 19 



5 47 { 
5 4$ 

5 45; 
5 43| 
5 42J 
5 41 



6 11 

6 15] 2 

7 40| 3 

8 2l| 4 

9 1| 5 
9 41 

22 

5 

50 



535 
5 34 

5 32 
5 3 j 
5 3C 
5 28 

5 27 
525 
5 24 
5 23 



19 



6' 9 5, off pleasant. 6 4 1 
©enters tt££h. 2m. mo 642 
///gvz wmtf< from' 6 44 
7*5 r. 6h. Inf. 6 ©§.6 45 5 1 
5 lov. rfo Aorthward* 6 4 6 5 14 
D20th aft. T/m. Q©> 64715 1 

2 jSt. Simon 8c Jude, j€ 49 5 1 

3 j Frosty nights 6 5 
4JO fast of cl. 16m. 65 



niorn. 



33 
30 

24 

2 all 



i 

10 



Drist 

6 39 



2 

45 
2 8 
28 
2? 



■■4 
5 
6 
7 
7 

8 43 

9 42 
10 38 

e { H 35 
1 6 aft. 34 



17 mom 



(V. 



43 

1 57 

3 14 

4 . 
D sets 

6 



41 

19 

2 

11 

S 

6 

9 

morr. . 

i i a 



-L- 



NOVEMBER hath 30 clays. 


Fullm. 4d. 10h. 3lm. a"ft. 


New mo 19d. oh. 36m. m. 


Lastqr. 12d. 2h. 21m. aft. 


First qr.26d. Oh. 19m. aft. 


M|VV Calendar, Sec. |0ri.|©s.|Rsea.|r.3s. 


1 


6 


j All Saints. 


6 54 


5 6, 7 5 


3 IS 


2 


7 


h) apogee. 


6 55 


5 5 


7 45 


4 13 


3 




2 1st after Trinity. 


6 56 


5 4 


8 25 


5 12 


4 


2 


Full © . Smoky 


657 


5 3 


9 7 


D rise 


5 




6 $ $ . f&ofr ar? 


659 


5 1 


9 51 


5 36 


6 


i 


jfor S07?2<? ofoz/<S. 


7 


5 


10 35 


6 10 


r 


5 


Day's length 9h. 53m. 


7 1 


4 5? 


11 29 


6 44 


8 


6 


Co/rf windy 


7 2 


4 58 


morn. 


7 32 


o 


7. 


3 high. weather. 


7 3 


4 57 


22 


8 20 


10 


b 


22d after Trin. n© 1? 


7 4 


456 


1 17 


9 25 


11 


2 


^ storm is near. 


7 5 


4 55 


2 13 


10 30 


12 




6Q% % n©D. 


7 6 


4 54 


3 8 


11 43 


13 


4 


O fast of cloek 1 5 m. 


7 7 


4 53 


4 1 


morn. 


14 


5 


C(?/<i increases 


7 9 


451 


4 53 


56 


15 


6 


D perigee. 


7 10 


4 50 


5 44 


2 9 


16 


7 


#7?ci zV ^2ay snow. 


711 


4 49 


6 34 


3 23 


17 


I) 


23d after Trinity. 


712 


4 48 


7 26 


4 29 


18 


2 J7*s S, at mid&ighfc 


713 


4 47 


8 19 


5 15 


19 


3 jNew 3 . F. tides, ©eel. 


714 


4 46 


9 15 


Dset- 


20 


4] Some fileasant weather 


715 


445ii0 13 


5 49 


21 


5 ! 3) with J . for Aov. 


715 


4 4511 13 


6 45 


22 


6;Oen. / 4h.22m. mor. 


716 


4 44'aft. 12 


7 4) 


23 


7JD low. Lookout in 


7 17 


4 43' 


1 9 


8 46 


24 


0!24t!i aft. Trin. /iwe 


7i.8 


4 42 


2 2 


9 51 


25 


2 iDay's length 9h. 22m. 


719 


441 


2 50 


10 55 


26 

i 


3 ! □ 3) /or winter. 


7 20 


4 40 


35 


! 1 59 


°7 ; 


4j@fast of dock i2m. 


7 20 


4 40 


4 19 


morn. 


stsj 


5 | 6 21 $ . JVc^y aged An 


72] 


4 39 


4 58 


1 


29J 


6>Japcg, fz*miz brews a 


722 


4 38 


5 37 


2 I 


pQf 7 S t . A lid * w:?i t c r .? t o rm }?:2 3 . 


4 37' 6 17 


3 



DECEMBER hath 31 days. 


Full moon 4d. 4h. 4m. aft. 1 New m. 18d. 5h. 50m. aft. 


Lastqr. lfd. llh. 5m, aft. j First qr. 26d. 9h. 5m. m. 


m|w| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|©s.|F.sea|r. Ds. 


1 


D 


Advent. Sunday. 7 23 4,37 


6 58 


3 59 


2 


2 


(7*s south 11 o'clock 7 24 


4 36 


7 41 


5 


3 


3 


D0|.' vtf co/rf raw 7 25 


4 35 


8 27 


6 2 


4 


4 


FiiU#. Moon eclipsed, 7 25 


4 35 


9 16 


J rise 


5 


5 


Pretty full tides. \7 ?6 


4 34 


10 9 


5 17 


6 


6 


fastofcL8m. < jhigh.;7 26 


4 34 


11 4 


6 12 


7 


7 


Gfe/c? windy., weather 17 27 


4 33 


12 


7 7 


8 


D 


2d in Adv. Con.B.V-M.|7 27 


4 33 


morn. 


8 15 


9 


2 


More moderate, then7 28 


4 32 


56 


9 23 


10 


3 


asfiellofcold7 2$ 


432 


1 49 


10 35 


11 


4 


□ G) > stormy weather. 


7 28 


4 32 


2 40 


11 48 


12 


5 


Days length 9h. 2m,< 


729 


431 


3 30 


morn. 


13 


6 


D Perl. P-er hafts snow-, 


7 29 


431 


4 18 


1 1 


14 


7 


7 *s' south 10 o'clock. 


7 29 


431 


5 7 


2 13 


15 


D 


3d Sunday in Advent. 


729 


431 


5 57 


3 27 


16 


2 


»#$£r « fileamnt 


7 29 


4 31 


6 50 


4 41 


\7 


3 


day or two comes 


7 30 


4 30- 


7 45 


5 42 


\8 


4 


New]), a s/?c7/ 


7 30 


4 30 


8 44 


$seU 


19 


5 


J low . o/* c&&? 


7 30 


4 30 


9 43 


5 l! 


20 


6 


snowy weather. 


7 30 


4 30 


10 41 


6 16 


21 


7 


Sh.days.St Tho.cS ©$ 


7 30 


4 30 


11 37 


7 21 


22 


D 


4ih in Ad, ©inltf lOmo. 


7 30 


4 30 


aft, 29 


8 27 


23 


2 


O and clock even, 


7 30 


4 30 


1 16 


9 3;^ 


24 


3 


Cold sour weather. 


7 30 


i 30 


2 


10 29 


25 


4 


Christmas day. 


7 30 


4 30 


2 41 


11 25 


36 


5 


St. Stephen. 3) Apog. 


7 2.9 


4 3 1 


3 2i 


morn 


27 


6 


St. John, (H0D 


7 29 


4 31' 


4 


29 


28 


7 


7*s. 'south 9 o'clock. 


7 29 4 31 


4 40 


1 34 


2§ 





Innocents. Snozv or 


729J4S1 


5 22 


2 S4 


30 


2 


rain, or bith 


7 284 32 


6 6 


3 35 


31 


3 


Sylvester. Farewell. 


7 28' 


4 o *, 


6 54 


4 3 r ' 



17 
*£ TABLE showing tie rising an d setting of the planet Ve- 
nus, the evening and morning Star ; and the rising, set" 
ting and southing of the planet Jupiter, and also the be* 
ginning of morning fcoi'ight, or break of day, for the \s\, 
7 thy \3th,' 19 th and 25th days in each month of the year 
1810. 



VI Stai 

rises 
morn. 



Day 

l>i»eak 



Jupiter 
sets 
even- 



Venusj Day 
rises | break 
morn 



3 40 
3 46 

3 5$ 

4 1 

4 7 



5 44 




1 


7 ll 


3 53 


2 14 


5 40 


. 


7 


sets 


4 1 


2 19 


5 37 


g 


»3 


tl 4> 


4 11 ! 


2 ^6 


5 33 


'■< 


19 


I! 22 


4 2 


2 S4 


5 28 




25 


10 58 


4 35 


2 43 



| ' 


18 


7 


even. 


13 


11 34 


19 


it 11 


25 


10 43 



4 17 
4 23 
4 30 
4 36 
4 40 



s& 




1 


JO 33 


sets 


If) 


!> 


7 


10 It 


eve. 


9 


ere 


1.8 


9 51 


7 11 


2 


a> 


19 


9 30 


7 7 


54 


" 


2fl 


9 10 


7 3 



2 53 

3 3 
3 14 
3 24 
3 33 



1 


fO W 


7 


10 7 


13 


9 45 


10 


9 21 


25 


8 55 



4 42 
4 45 
4 45 
4 44 
4 42 



4 48 


it 
n 


1 


8 47 


6 58 


4 39 


•c 


• 


8 28 


6 52 


4 31 


i* 


3 


8 10 


6 48 


4 24 


CT 


l§ 


7 51 


6 42 


4 14 


ffl 


to 


7 32 


6 S7 



3 45 

3 54 

4 5 

4 16 

4 24 



4 38 
4 35 
4 30 
4 15 

4 19 



4 13 
4 7 
4 3 

3 57 

3 52 



2 


~ 


I 


Dog 


6 32 


54 


C 


7 


Star 


6 28 


42 


£ 


iS 


rises 


6 23 


31 


(9 
1 


19 


12 


6 u 


21 




25 


U 39 


6 19 



4. 55 

4 44 
4 52 

4 59 

5 6 



3 12 


K 


1 


11 12 


f 6 18 


3 2 


o 

< 


7 


10 49 


6 19 


2 52 


- 


I 3 


10 24 


6 20 


2 43 


~ 


19 


10 


15 24 


2 34 


1 T 


2a 


9 34 


6 30 



14 

2a 

25 

30 
55 



3 49 
3 6 
3 44 
3 46 
3 49 



2 25 


C 


1 


9 9 


6 37 


2 19 


a 
a 


7 


8 42 


6 47 


2 14 


c- 


13 


8 16 


6 57 


2 12 


19 


7 49 


7 9 


2 12' 


i* 


-25 


7 23 


7 20 



5 39 
5 42 
5 43 
5 44 
5 44 



13 
TABLE, 

Shewing the value of any number of Cents, from one 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings. 



cts. 


.9. 


d.f. 


tfj[ 


.9. 


«#1 


cts 


,9. 


rf./. 


cts.\ 


9. 


rf./. 


1 





3 


26 1 


6-3.1 


51 


3 


o"o 


76|4 


6 3 


2 





1 2 


27 


1 


r 2 


52 


3 


1 s 


77 4 


7 3 


o 





2 1 


28 


1 


8 1 


53 


o 

o 


2 1 


78 


4 


8 2 


4 





3 


29 


1 


9 


54 


3 


3 


79 


4 


9 1 


5 





3 2 


30 


1 


9 2 


55 


3 


3 2 


80 


4 


9 2 


6 





4 1 


31 


1 


10 1 


56 


3 


4 1 


81 


4 


10 1 


7 





5 


3k 


1 


11 


57 


3 


5 


82 


4 


11 


8 





5 3' 


33 


1 


11 3 


58 


3 


5 3 


83 


4 


11 3 


9 





6 2 


34 


2. 


s 


59 




6 2 


84 


5 


2 


10 





7 1 


3.5 


2 


1 1 


60 


3 


7 1 


85 


5 


2 1 


11 





8 


3?6 


■j 


2 


(51 


3 


8 


86 


5 


2 


12 





8 3 


37 


2 


2 3 


65 


3 


8 3 


87 


5 


2 3 


13 





9 1 


38 


2 


3 1 


6o 


3 


9 1 


88 


5 


3 1 


14 





10 


39 


2 


4 


64 


3 


10 


89 


5 


4 


15 





10 3 


40 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 


10 3 


90 


5 


4 3 


16 





ii i 


41 


2 


5 2 


66 


o 
O 


11 2 


91 


5 


5 2 


17 


I 


1 


42 


2 


6 1 


67 


4 


1 


•92 


5 


6 1 


18 


1 


i o 


43 


2 


7 


68 


4 


1 


93 


5 


7 


19 


i 


1 3 


44 


2 


7 3 


69 


4 


1 3 


94 


5 


7 3 


20 


1 


2 2 


i 45 


2 


§ 2 


70 


4 


2 S 


95 


5 


8 2 


21 


1 


3 


46 


2 


9 


71 


4 


3 


96 


5 


9 


22 


1 




47 


2 


9 3 


72 


4 


3 3 


97 


5 


9 3 


23 


I 


4 2 


48 


2 


10 2 


73 


4 


4 2 


98 


5 


10 2 


14 


1 


5 1 


49 


2 


11 1 


74 


4 


5 1 


99 


5 


11 1 


25 


i 


6 


50 


3 


c 


75 


4 


6 


100 


6 






Money accounts of the United States are to be e 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tewf/ 
€*<CTfte or Hundredths, and Milles or Thousands 
A 2)£m? being the tenth part of a Dollar, a CV 
the hundredth part of a Dollar > and a ,M// t 
thousandth part of a Dollar* 



A TABLE of Simple Interest at 
For any Sum from 20s. to£.l 



i Mon 



6 per Cent. 
000. 




20 
ROADS, 

WITH THE NAMES OF GOOD INNKEEPERS, 



JPost Road from Boston to 
New -York. 
To Cambridge Porter 
Watertown Stratton 
Waltham 
Weston 
Sunbury 
Marlboro* 
North boro' 



Wei! 
Smith 
Eames 
Williams 
Munroe 
Shrewsbury Hamilton 

Worcester jjjgT 6* 



Leicester 

Spencer 

Brookfield 

Weston 

palmer 

Wilbraham 

Springfield 

Suffield 

Windsor 

Hartford 

Berlin 

Meriden 



Hobert 

Jenks 

Draper 

Lunibard 

King 

Glpver 

Williams 

Eldridge 

Sill 

Riley 
Hough 



Wallingford Boardmaa 

New-Haveu 

Milford 

Stratford 

Bridgeport 
Fairfield 



Butler 
Lovejoy 
5 Knapp 
if 



^Gregory 
5 Knapp A 
^Bulkeley 4 
Greenfarms Morehouse Q 
Norwalk Mott 4> 

Middlesex Nash 5 J 

Stamford 

Horseiteck * Weed 



JHoyt 4 . 
J Davenport * 



Rye Pennfield 5 

East-Chester 10 

West-Farms Downing 4 
Harlem Bridge, Mudge 4 
New-York 8 

Whole distance 235 

From Boston to Hartford 123 
Hartford to New- York 112 

«- 235 

From New-Lonclon to. Bos- 
ton. 
To Montville Hoqghton 

Norwich Port 

Jewett's City Johnson 

Plainfield Eatqn 

Sterling Field 

Scituate Fish 

Providence 

A ttleborough, Mann 

Wrentham Everitt 

Dedhaui Fuller 

Boston 



From Boston 
Lynn 
Salem 
Ipswich 
Newburypor 
Hampton Leavet 
Portsmouth 
j£ennebecls 
Portland 



- Total 9« 

to Portland. 

Thayer 

Tucker 

Treadwell 1 

t, Perkins 1 



Peck 



Tot*l fi 



21 



^rom New-London to New - 
Haven. 
Lyme Parsons 14 

Saybrook Pratt 2 1-2 
Killing worth Crane 8 

Guilford Stone 9 

Branford Barker 9 
New-Haven 8 

Total 50 1-2 

■Vow New-London to Hart* 

ford. 
Waterford Avery 5 

Montville Turner 3 
New-Salera Turner 6 
Colchester (good inns) 6 
Marlborough, Buell 8 

Glastenbury Hollister 5 
Wells 5 

Hartford 4 3-4 

-=- 42 3-4 

From Hartford to Albany. 

Farmington Phelps 6 

Canton Humphreys^ 

Bidwell 2 

N. Hartford Cowles 4 

Sandisfields 14 

Lenox Coffee-House 22 

! New-Lebanon 12 

Phil lip stown 9 

Union Village 7 

Albany *" 1 1 

— . 94. 



Little Falls 


7 


Herkimer 


7 


Schuyler 


6 


Utica 






-» 93 
From ITtica to Canandaigva. 

Russel % 
Conger, New-Hartford 4 

Laird, Westmoreland n 

Leaven i2 

Marshall, Vernon 14 

Williams 20 

Sherwin, Lenox 24 

Btakesley, Sullivan ' 31 

Warner, Manlius ; 38 

Gumyear 43 

Cadwell, East-Hill 47 

Johnson, West-Hill 52 
Huchinson, Marcellus 55 

Beach, 9 mile Creek 60 

Hall, Skeneateles 5Q 

A merman, Arburn 72 

Buckley, Cayuga 82 

Sampson 92 

Shield, Geneva 9i 

Taylor, Seneca 101 

Whitney, Gorham 10f 

Doty, Canandaigua 1 1 2 

Bates 113 

From Canandaigua to Buf~ 

I Steel or Beech 6 

Egleston, W. BloomEeid ll 



Frost, Lima 


16 


Pierson 


20 


Hosmer 


24 


Cameron, Caledonia . 


31 


Ganson 


37 


Mrs. Berry 


38 


Seraou 


43 



22 



Churchel 

Loomis, Batavia 

Bruce 

Hi chard son 

Spun* 

Sharp 

Atkins 

liansome, BufTaloe 



45 
49 
56 
60 
70 
SO 
85 
90 



From -Canandaigiia to Nia- 
gara Falls. 

Genesee River 27 1-2 

Batavia 27 

Buffaloe Creek 36 

Chippewa 19 

Niagara Falls 2 1-2 

— 112 

From Providence to Hart- 
ford. 
Plainfield Eaton SO 
Windham Staniford 14 
Hartford 30 



Middle Road 
Har 
Dedham 
Medfield 
Mendon 
Ux bridge 
Douglass 
Thompson 
Pom tret 
Ashford 
Mansfield 
Coventry 
E. Hartford 
Hartford 



from Boston to 

iford. 

' Fuller 9 

Holebrook 8 
Thompson 17 
Keed 5 

Dudley 6 

Jacobs 8 

Cady f> 

Clark 9 

BickneU 8 
Pomroy 7 

Woodbridge 6 
10 



From Hartford to New. Ha- 
vei^ thro 9 Midawtmtm* 
MWdletown 15 



Wallinford Carrington 14 
JS'ew-Haven 13 

— 42 

From Hartford to Windsor , 
( Vermont, J 
Springfield Williams 
Northampton, Clark 
Deerfield, Bennet 
Putney, Stowers 
Charlestown, Ely 
Windsor, Pettis 



— 125 
From New-London to New- 
port. 

Westerly, Rhodes 15 

Tower-Hill, Hall 05 

Narragranset Ferry 3 

Newport 7 



50 

From New-York to Wash* 
ington 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 122 

Susquehanna (Havre) 158 
Baltimore 192 

Gents 2l4 

Washington 23^ 

Posv Road jrom Boston to 

Hartford. 
Boston to Farmingham, Ea- 
20 
18 

16 



tons 

Worcester, Sikes 
Sterbridge, Hurts, 
Stafford, Rice 
Vernon, King 
Hertford, Bennett 



14 



08, 



23 
DUTIES PAYABLE BY LAW OjY ALL GOODS', 
WARES AjYJ) MERCHANDISE, IMPORT- 
ED 1J\T0 THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. 



IF IMPORTED IN 




Arras, fire and side,- 
not otherwise enume 
rated, or parts there- 
of, 

Apparatus, philosoph 
ical, specially impor- 
ted for any seminary 
of learning, 

Apparel, wearing (6ee 
wearing apparel, &c.) 

Ale, beer, and porter, 
in casks or bottles, 

On the bottles, if black 
glass quart bottles, 

Antimony, regulus of 

Artificial* flowers, feath 
ers, and other orna 
inents for women's 
head dresses, 

Artniseed, 

Articles of &\\ kinds of 
the growth or manu- 
facture of the United 
States, or their ter- 
ritories, upon which 
no drawback, boun 



50 

free 

free 

16 

120 
free 



30 
30 



per 



ct . ad. 



cents per 
cts. per groce. 



per 



ct. ad. 
do. 





o *> 


val. 


34,65 




free 




free 


Ion. 


18,48 




138,6 
free 


val. 


34,63 
34,65 



ty or allowance has 
been paid or admit- 
ted. 

Almonds, 

Anchors, 

*Aqua Fortis, 

B. 

Baggage, personal, (see 
wealing apparel, ha.) 
Bark of the Cork Tree, 
Brass cannon, 

-Teutenage and 



24 



Iron or stee) 
locks, hinges, hoes, 
anvils and vices, 

«■ — ■ A 11; other manu- 
factures of brass, 

Balls and balsams, (see 
powders, pastes, &c ) 

Beasts, viz*: horses* cat- 
tle, sheep, swine or 
other useful ones, im- 
p or ted fur breed, 

Beer, ale and porter, in 
tasks or bottles, 

On the bottles, if black 
glass quart bottles. 

Bricks and tiles. 

Bristles of swine, 

Bonnets, hats and caps 
of every kind, 

Boots, 

Books, blaiik, 

Bottles, black glass 
quart, 

Buttons of every kind, 

Buckles, shoe & knee, 

Brushes, 

Bujguudy wiise, 



free 

4 

3 
free 



free 
free 

free 



25 
30 
SO 

free 

16 

120 

30 

free 

30 
150 

25 

120 

30 
SO 
25 
90 



cts. per pound, 
do. 



per et. ad. tal. 

per ct. ad. val. 

per et. ad. Tal 

do. 

cts. per gallon. 

cts. per groce. 
per ct* ad. val. 



per ct. ad. val 
cents per pair. 
per ct. ad. val 

cents per groce 
per ct. ad. val 

do. 

do. 
cts. per gallon. 



free 

4.62 

3-,465 

free 



free 

free 

34,65 

free 



28,575 

34,65 

34,65 

free 

18,43 

138,6 
34,65 
" free 

34,65 
173,25 
28,875 

138,6 
34/5 

34,65 
28,&75 
,103,95 



Burrslones, unwro't, 


Zv7 

free 


Jiulliou, 


free 


c. 




Cannon of brass, 


30 


Carriages or parts of 




carriages, 


40 


Canis, playing" 


50 


Wool and cotton, 


100 


Cables and tarred cor- 




dage, 


4 


Cabinet wares, 


30 


Caps, hats and bonnets 




of every kind, 


30 


Carpets & carpeting, 


30 


Cartridge paper, 


-30 


Candles of tallow, 


4 


Of wax or sperma* 




ceti, 


12 


Champaign wine, 


90 


Capers, 


30 


Canes, walking sticks 




and whips, 


25 


Cambricksr, 


25 


Cassia, Chinese, 


8 


Clay, un wrought, 


free 


Cheese, 


14 


China ware, 


30 


Cinnamon & Cloves, 


40 


Chintzes and coloured 




calicoes or muslins, 




and all printed, stain- 




ed cr coloured goods 




or manufactures or 




not being printed, 




stained or coloured of 




cotton or of linnen, 




OK of both, or of 




which cotton or lin- 




en is the material of 




chief value, 


25 



per ct. ad. val. 

do. 

cents per pack, 
cents per doz. 

cents per pound 
per ct. ad. val- 

do. 

do. 

do. 

cents per pound, 

do., 
cents per gallon, 
per ct. ad. val. 

do. 

do. 

cents per pound 

cents per pound, 
per ct. ad. val- 
cents per pound, 



per ct. ad* val 



free 
free 



34,65 

46,20 
57,75 
115,5 

4,62 
34,65 

34,65 

34,65 

34,65 

4,62 

13,86 

103,93 
34,65 

28,875 
28,875 
9,24 
t'vee 
16,17 
34,65 
46,20 



28,875 



26 



Cocoa, 

Chocolate, 

Clogs and Goloshes, 
(see shoes,) 

Cordage, tarred, 

Cordage, untarred, 

Comfits, 

Cosmetics, 

Coal, 

Colors, (see painters') 

Copper manufactures, 
^ In plates, pigs 
and bars, 

Cork tree, bark of, 

Compositions for th 
teeth or gums, (see 
dentrifice,) 

Coffee, 

Cotton, 

"———Rags, 

Cotton or linen manu 
factures, or of both, 
or of which cotton oi- 
lmen is the material 
of chief value, wheth- 
er printed, stained, 
coloured or other- 
wise, 

Clocks and watches or 
parts of either, 

Coaches, chariots, phsc- 
tons, chairs, chaises, 
*olos, or other car- 
riages, or parts of 
either, 

Clothing, ready made, 

Cutlasses, or parts 
thereof, 

Currants, 



D, 



Dates, 



4 
6 

30 

4 

5 

30 

30 

10 

30 

30 

free 
free 



30 

10 

6 

free 



25 
30 



40 
<<J5 



30 

4 



cents per pound, 
do. 

cents per pair, 
cents per pound, 
cents per pound, 
per ct. ad. val. 

do. 

cents per bushel, 
per ct. ad; val. 

do. 



per ct. ad. val. 

cents per pound. 

do. 



per ct# ad. val. 
do. 



do. 
do- 

do. 
cents per- pound. 



fcr ct. ad. val. 



27 



Dentrifice, powders, 
tinctures, prepara- 
tions and eomposi- 
tions for the teeth or 
gums, 

Dishes, pewter, 

Dolls, dressed and un- 
dressed, or parts 
thereof, 

Drwgs medicinal, ex- 
cept those commonly 
used in dying, 

And woods for 
dying, 

E. 

Earthen and stone 

wares, 
Essences, (see powdcr3, 

pastes, &jc.) 

F. 

Fans, or parts thereof, 

Fayal wine, 

Feathers, and other or- 
naments for women's 
head dresses, 

Fringes commonly u- 
sed by upholsters, 
coach-makers and 
saddlers, 

Figs, 

Fish dried, foreign 
caught, 
i Mackerc?, 

Salmon, 

All other pick- 
led, 

Flowers, artificial, 

Floor cloths, ajid mats, 



30 
8 



30 

30 
free 

30 
30 



30 
56 



30 



30 

4 

100 
1-20 
'200 

80 

30 



do. 
cents per pound. 

per ct. ad. val. 

do. 



per ct. ad. val 
do. 



do. 
cts. per galion. 

per ct. ad. val. 



do. 

cents per pound. 

cents per quintal. 

cents per barrel. 

do. 

do. 
per ct. ad. val. 



115,5 

138,6 
231, 



28 
or parts of either, 30 

Fruits of all kinds, ex- 
cept those otherwise 
particularly enume- 
rated, SO 

furs of every kind un 
dressed , free 

G. 

Class, black quart bot- 
tles, ICO 

Glass, windowj not a- 
bove 8 by 10 inches, 320 

—not above 10 by 12, 350 
—-above 10 by 12, 450 

—all other glass and 
manufactures there- 
of, 40 
Glauber salts, 400 
Gauzes, 25 
Geneva, (sec spirits,) 
Ginger, SO 
girandoles, or parts 

thereof, 40 

Goloshes, (see shoes,) 30 
Gloves and mittens of 

every kind, 3 

Gold, silver and plated 

ware, SO 

Gold and silver lace, SO 

Goods, wares and mer- 
chandise imported di- 
rectly from China or 
India in ships or ves- 
sels not of the United 
States, except teas, 
China ware, and all 
other articles liable 
to higher rates of du- 
lies, 



do. 



do, 



cents t>er groce. 

ets. per 100 square 

feet. 

do. 

do. 



34,65 

34,65 
fre$ 



138,6 

369,6 

404,25 
519,75 



per ct. ad. vah 46,20 
cents per cwt. 
per ct. ad. val 



do. 

do. 
cents per pair. 

per ct. ad., val. 

do. 
do. 



do. 



28,875 

34,65 

46,20 
34,65 

34,65 

34,65 
34,55 



£9, 



Zd 



G<iods, wares and mer- 
chandize intended to 
be re exported to a 
foreign port or place, 
in the same ship or 
vessel in which they 
shall be imported ; 
and all article^ of the' 
growth or manufac- 
ture of the United 
States, or of their ter- 
ritories upon which 
no drawback bounty 
or allowaHce has been 
paid or admitted, 

Goods, wares and mer- 
chandize, not herein 
otherwise particular 
ly enumerated and 
described, 

Glue, 

Gunpowder, 

* Gurn, chiefly used in 
preparing muslins, 
cottons or linens, for 
receiving colors or 
dyes, 

*- . Arabic, 

H. 

Hangers, or parts there- 
of. 

Hair powder, 

Hats, caps and bonnets 
of eyery kind, 

Hemp, 

Hempen rags, 

Hides, raw, 

Hoop, iron, 



Implements or tools of 



free 



25 

8 

8 



free 
free 



30 
8 

30 

200 

free 

free 

2 



per ct. jlcI. val, 

eenta per pound. 

do. 



per ct. ad. val. 
cents per pound. 

per ct. ad. val. 
cents per ewt« 



cqnts per pound* 



a mechanical trade 
only, tf persons who 
arrive in the United 
States, 

Indigo, 

Iron wire, 

_— — Steel or bras* 
locks, binges, hoes, 
anvils and vices, 

. , — Hoop and slit, 

-Sheet, 

Cast and all 

manufactures of iron, 
steel or brass, or of 
v/hich either of these 
metals is the article 
of chief value, not be- 
ing otherwise partic- 
ularly enumerated, 



Jewelry 
work, 



»nd paste 



K. 



Kid shoes, 

L. 

Lace of gold and silver, 
Laces and lawns, 
Laces, lines, fringes, 
tassels and trimmings 
commonly used by 
upholsters or coach- 
makers and saddlers, 
Lamp black, 
Lapis calaminaris, 
Leather, tanned and 
tawed, and ail man- 



free 
50 
25 



cts. per pound 



25 per ct. ad. val. 

2 cents per pound 

3 do. 



SO 



30 



30 



30 

25 



30 
25 
free 



per cent ad. val 



do» 



cents per pair 



per cent ad. val 
ditto 



ditto 
ditto 



free 
57,75 
28,875 



2,3i 
34,65 



34,65 



34,65 



34,55 



34,65 
28,875 



34,65 

28,875 

free 



vfaclures of leather, 
or of Which leather 
is the article of chief 
value, not otherwise 
particularlyenumera- 
ted, 

Lead and musket ball, 
> All other manufac- 
tures of lead, or in 
which lend is the 
chief article, 

Red, 

White, 

Lemons and limes, 

Lime, foreign, 

Linen or cotton manu- 
factures, or of both, 
or of which cotton or 
linen is the material 
of chief value, wheth- 
er printed, stained, 
colored, or other 
-wise, 

Hags, 

Lisbon and Oporto 
wines, 

Looking glass, 

M. 

Manufactures of tin, 
pewter and copper, 
except pewter plates 
and dishes, 

— Of iron, steel, or 

brass, not otherwise 
particularly enume 
rated, 

—Of leather, not 
otherwise particular- 
ly enumerated 



30 

2 



2 
4 
4 

30 
100 



25 
free 



CO 

40 



30 

30 
30 



per ct. ad. val, 
cents per pound 



do. 

do. 

do. 
per cl. ad. 
cents per 



va: 
cask 



coat' GO sails. 



per cent ad. Val 



cts. per gallon 
per ct. ad. val. 



do. 

do. 
do. 



Of lead, not* 
otherwise particular- 
ly enumerated, 

_ — —Of cotton or lin- 
en, or both, whether 
printed, stained, col- 
ored or otherwise, 

__— Of glass, (see 
glass, 

~+ Of tobacco*, (see 

snuflf, segars and to- 
bacco,) 

~ Of wood, (see 

cabinet wares and 
-wood,) 

*~ Of the United 

States or their terri- 
tories, upon which 
no drawback, bounty 
or allowance has 
been paid or admit- 
ted, 

Mats and floor cloths 
or parts of either, 

Malt, 

Marble, slate, and oth- 
er stone, bricks, tiles, 
tables, mortars and 
other utensils of mar- 
ble or slate, and gen- 
erally all stoue and 
earthen ware, 

Madeira wines, (see 
wines,) 

Malaga wincj 

Mace, 

Mackerel, 

Medicinal drags except 
those commonly used 
in dying, 

Merchandise, goods 
anil wares imported 



25 



free 

SO 
20 



30 



56 
250 
120 



30 



cents per pound 



per cent ad. val 



per cent. ad. val 
cents per bushel 



per cent ad. val 



cents per gallon 
cents per pound 
cents, per barrel 



per cent a(J. val 



2,31 



28,875 



free 

34,65 
23, i 



34,65 



64,68 
;288,75 
138,6 



3^5 



directly from CKina 
or India, in ships or 
Vessels not of the 
United States, ex- 
cept tea3, China 
ware and all other 
Articles liable to high 
er rates of duties, 
■ Goods and wares 
intended to be re-ex 
ported to a foreign 
port or place in the 
same ship or vessel 
in which they shall 
be imported ; and all 
articles of the growth 
or manufacture of the 
United States, or of 
their territories, up 
on which no draw- 
back, bounty or al 
Jowanee, has been 
paid or admitted, 
■*«— Goods and wares 
not herein otherwise 
particularly enume 
rated and described, 

Mittens and gloves of 
every kind, 

Millinery ready made, 

Molasses, 

Morocco shoes, 

Muskets and fire-locks, 
with or without bayo- 
nets, or parts of eith* 
er, 

Mustard in flour, 

Muslins and Muslin- 
ets, whether prin- 
ted, stained, colored 
or otherwise, 



33 



pereent ad. val. 



29 



free 



as 

30 
30 
10 
30 



25 



percent ad. val. 

do. 

do. 

cents per gallon 
cents per pair 



ner cent *d. ral. 
do. 



aV 



free 



28,875 

34,65 
34,65 
11,55 
34,65 



34,65 
34,65 



2S,S7* 



N- 



&4 



Hails, 


4 


'cents per pound 


4,62: 


Nankeens, 


25 


jper cent ad. val. 


£8,875 


Nutmegs, 


100 


icents per pound 


115,5 


Oj 








Oranges,. 


30 


per cent ad. val. 


34,65 


Ornaments for wo- 








men's head dresses, 


30 


1 do. 


34,65 


Ochre yellow, dry, 


2 


cents per pound 


2,31 


— ——la oil, 


3 


do. 


j 3,365" 


•Oil of Vitriol, 


fse® 




. free 


Ointments, oils and On 






' 


dors, (see powders, 








pastes, &c.) 


SO 


per cent ad. val. 


34,65 


Olives,. 


i so 


do. 


34,65 


Oil, 


so 


do. 


34,65 


Oporto and" Lisbon 








Wines, 


60 


cents per gallon 


6Q,3 


Old Pewter, 
P. 
Paper hangings, 


free 




: free 


30 


per cent ad. val. 


34,65 










wrapping, 


25 


do. 


23,87S 


1 Sheathing and 








cartridge, 


30 


do^ 


1 34,65* 


Painters' colors, wheth- 








er dry or ground in 








oil, except those oth- 








erwise enumerated, 








and those commonly 








used in dying, 


so 


per cent ad. val. 


34,65 


Packthread, 


30 


cents per ewt. 


924 


Paste boards, parch- 








ment or vellum, 


25 


per cent ad; val. 


28,87-5" 


Paste work and jewel- 








rj, 


30 


per cent ad val. 


34,65 


Phteions, or parts 








thereof, 


40 


do*- 


46,29^ 


Plnisrer: of Paris, 


free 




fre« 


JrVwter r manufactures 








except plates and 




( 




d^hes,, 


30 


&* 34^5 



Plates and dishes, 
er, old, 

er, j 

iraes, I 

!«> or parts thereof, 
res and prints, i 
nto, j 

fng types, 
* of all sorts, | 
id, stained or col-i 
1 goods or man- 
Jtures of cotton,) 
of linen, or of; 



ophical appara-| 
specially import-' 
Tor any seminary 
arning, 

d fish of every 
„ except mack- 
and salmon, 
> beer and ale, 
sks or bottles, 
bottles, if black 
quart bottles, 
rfor hair, 

pa, 

pastes, balls* 
!ClJ 3 ointments,! 
waters, washes,! 
^es, essences,! 
ter preparations 
^positions corn- 
called sweet 
oders,.-" per- 
Of cosmetics, 
11 powders or 
Rations for the 
°r gums, 
and prunes, 

Q, 
er, 



25 



free 



cents per poum 

do. 
per cent ad. va 

do. 

do. 

cents per ponn» 
per eent ad. val 

do. 



do* 



1217000 



9,24 
free 
34,65 
34,65 
34,65 
28,875- 
9,24 
28,87£ 
34,65 



28,875 



cents per larre 

cents per gallo 

merits per groet 
cents per poun 
do. 



free 

92,4 
18,48 

138,6 

2,24 
9,24 



Ver cent ad. val. 
cents per pouncf 

do. 






36 



R. 

Baiting imported in 
jars and boxes, and 
Muscadel raisins, 

H all other kinds of, 

Haw hides and skins, 

Rags of cotton or hem- 
pen, of linen and of 
woolen cloth, 

Regulus of antimony, 

Red lead, 

* Roco, 

Rum, (see spirits,) 
S. 

Salt, weighing more 
than 56 pounds per 
hush el , 

Salt, weighing 56 Ihs, 
per bushel or less, 

Salts glauber, 

Stained, printed, or col- 
ored goods or manu- 
factures of cotton, or 
of linen, or of both, 

Satt-petre, 

Saint Lucre wines, 

Starch, 

Sail cloth, 

Shte, stone, and stone 
ware, 

Saddles, or parts there- 
of, 

Sattin8, and other 
wrougjht silks, 

Spanish brown, 

Salmon, 

*SaftVon, 

Steel, 

Steel, iron or brass 
locks, hinges, hoes, 
anvils and vices, 

——all other manufac \ 



4 
3 

free 



free 
free 

free 



free 

80 

6 

25 

30 

25 

25 

2 
200 
free 
200 



25 



ditto 
ditto 



ditto 



cents per 56 lbs. 

i 

20 'cts. per bushel 
400 cts, per cwt. 



per cent ad. val. 

cent3 per gallon 
cents per pound 
per cent ad. val. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

cents per pound 

cents per barrel 

cents per cwt. 
psr cent ad. ?ah!| 



lures of steel, * [ 
sheathing and cartridge 
paper, , 

Sherry wine, 
Sea stores of ships or 
vessels, J 

Spermaceti candles, 
2>weet scents, (see pow-i 

oers, pastes, &c.) 
oegars, 
Seines, 
Sheet iron, 
Spirits distilled in for- 
eign countries, viz 
from Grain, 
Fust proof, 
Second do. 
Third do. 

Fourth do. 
Fifth do. 
Sixth do. 
From other materials} 
First proof, 
Second do. 
Third do. 
Fourth do. 
Fifth do. • 
Sixth do. 

Umtec] States, i m 

r»*! ^ same, 
s n«P or vessel i n 

^vhtch they had been 
previously exported 
g* th 2 U. States, 

From Molasses 
*W proof, 
Second do. 
Third do. 
Fourth do, 
Fifth oo. 



37 



30 



ditto 



34,65 



IS ' , dkt0 ' 34,65 

»0 cents per gallon 92,4 

free j 1 

,o ; . • frcs 

MS cents per pound 13,86 

30 )per cent ad. val. 34,65 

♦UO cents per 1,000 462 

» .cents per poind 9,24 

6 ditto j Sj 4 65 



cents per gallon 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

ditto 
ditto 
cents per gallon! 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



64,6S 
66,99 
71,6 * 
78,54 
92,4 
115,5 

57,75 
97,15 

C4,CS 

7.^,92 

87,78 

100,20 



ditto 
• ditto 

ditto 
'ditto 

ditto 



30,9 
48:3 



3g 

Sixth do. i \ CO 
From materials of the t 
groiMh and produce 
of the U. States, 

JFirst proof, 14 

Second do. J 6 

Third do. 18 

Fourth do. 22 

Fifth do. 26 

Sixth do. . 36 

Spikes, 2 

Silver and plated ware, 1 30 

lace, 30 

Skins, raw, free 

Slit iron, 2 

Sicily wine, , CQ 

Swine, bristles of, f free 
Shoes and slippers of 

silk, , | 50 
Shoes of kid and mo- 
rocco, 30 

Other shoes and 
slippers for men and 
women, clogs and go- 
loshes, 30 

■ Other shoes and 

slippers for children,' 20 
Swords and cutlasses, 

or parts of either, 30 
Stockings, 30 
Stone and earthen ware, 30 
Soap, [ 4 
Solos and other carria- 
ges or parts thereof, 40 
Stones, burr, unwro't. free 
Sulphur, free 
Sugars, brown, 5 
white played, C 
white powdered, 6 
a ll other clayed or 
powdered, 5 
?— lump, ' l^ 



ditto 



ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

cents per pound 

per cent ad. val. 

ditto 

cents per pound 
cents per gallon 



cents per pair 
ditto 

ditto 
ditto 

per cent ad. val. 

ditto 

ditto I 

cents per pound 

per cent ad. val. 

cents per pound 
ditto 
ditto 

ditto 

tfitetf 



39 



— — 1oaF f 


18 


do. 


20,79 


other refined, 


13 


do. 


15,015 


Sugar candy, 


23 


do. 


26,561 


Snuff, 

T. 

Tallow, 


20 


do. 


23,1 


3 


do. 


3,465 


Tassels and trimmings 








commonlj used by 








upholsters, coach ma- 








kers and saddlers, 


30 


per cent ad. val. 


34,6S 


Tables of marble, slate, 








or other stoee or 








parts thereof, 


30 


do. 


34,65 


Tallow candles, 


4 


cents per pound 


4,62 


Tarred cordage, 


4 


do. 


4,62 


Teas from China and 








India, or from any 








islands lying east- 








wardly of tfie (Jape 




i 


ef Good Hope. 








——Bohea, 


24 


do. 


36,t2 


souchong and oth- 








er black teas, 


36 


do. 


56,7 


" ■ hyson, imperial, 








gunpowder or 








gomee, 


U 


do. 


I0> 


——other green teas, 


40 


do: 


62 


From Europe. 








— - —bohea, 


23 


do. . 


36,12 


— — -souchong and oth- 








er black teas, 


42 


do. 


56,7 


—•—hyson, imperial, 








gunpowder or 








gomee, 


80 


do. 


103 


——other green teas, 


4a 


do. 


63 


From any other place. 








bohea, 


34 


do. 


39,2T 


»■■ - souchong, and oth-~ 








er black teas, 


54 


do. 


62,3f 


g "hyson, imperial, 








gunpowder or 








gomee, 


100 


do. j 


I4M 



•— — ether green teas, 
Teneriflfe wine, 
Twine and pack thread, 
Tin manufactures, 
— — in plates and pigs, 
Tinctures, see pow- 
ders, plates, &c. 
Tiles and bricks, 
T©ys not otherwise c- 

numerated, 

Tobacco manufactured, 

other than snuff and 

segar3, 

Tools or implements of 

a mechanical trade 

only, of persons who 

arrive in the United 

States, 

•Tumeric, 

Types for printing, 

Unmanufactured wood, 
j — - wopl 
Untarred cordage, 

— yarn, 

Uivwrought clay, 

Velvets and veiverets, 

•Verdigrise, 

♦Vitriol, oil of, 
W. 

Wares of tin, copper & 
pewter, except pew- 
ter plates and dishes, 

—earthen or stone, 

— Chiaa, 

——gold, silver and 
plated, 

• g oods and mer- 
chandise imported di 
rectly from China or 
India, U* ships or v$s- 



40 



60 
56 

800 
SO 

free 

30 
30 

25 



13 



free 
free 
25 

free 
free 
5 
450 
free 

25 
free 
free 



30 
33 
30 

30 



cents per -gallon 64,08 



cents per ewte 
per cent ad val, 



do. 

do. 



do. 



924 
34,6 
. free 



do. 



cents per pound 



per cent ad val 



cents per pound 
cents per cwt. 



per cent ad* val 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



«ets not t>f the Uni 
ted States, except 
teas, China ware, and 
all other articles lia- 
ble to higher rates of 
duties, 
— — goods fcc merchan 
disc of the growth or 
manufacture of the 
United States or of| 
their territories upon j 
which no drawback! 
bounty or allowance 
has been paid or ad- 
mitted, 
Wafers, 

Waters and Washes, 
(see powders, pastes 
&c.) 
Walking sticks, whips 

and canes, 
Wax candles, 
Watches and clocks, or 

parts of either, 
Wearing apparel, and 
other personal bag- 
gage, of persons who 
arrive in the United 
States, 
Wine 8 in casks, bottles 

or ether vessels, 
*— Malmsey, Madei-i 
ra and London par- 
ticular Madeira, 

m -all other Madeira 

wine, 
.^—Burgundy, 

Champaign, Rhenish 
and Tokay, 
——Sherry and St. Lu- 

car, 
— Claret and other 
*aines not enumcra- 



41 



do* 



29 



free 

30 



33 

25 
12 

30 



free 

116 
109 

90 
80 



do* 



do* 



do, 
cents per pound 

per eent ad. val 



I cents per gallon 
do. 

do- 
do. 



free 
34,65 

34,65 

28,Sf5 
13,36 

34,65 



free 

123,95 

103,95 
92,4 



ted, when imported 
in bottles or cases, 

■ Lisbon, Oporto and 

other Portugal wines, 

Sicily, 

Wines Teneriffe, Fayal 
Malaga, St. George 
and other western 
island wines, 

•—all other wines, 
when imported oth 
erwise than in bot- 
tles or eases', 

on the bottles if 
black glass quart bot- 
tles, 

if other than black 
glass quart bottles, 

Window glass, not a- 
bove 8 by 10 inches, 

—not above 10 by 12, 
above 10 by 12, 

White lead, 

Wire, iron, 
Brass, 

Wool and cotton cards, 

Wood manufactured, 
(exclusive of cabinet 
wares,) 

Wood unmanufactur- 
ed, 

Wool unmanufactured, 

Woods, dying, 

Woolen rags, 
Y. 

Yarn, untarred, 

All other goods, not be- 
fore particularly 
numerated and des- 
cribed, 



42 



70 

60 

6 



56 



46 



120 

40 

320 
350 
450 
4 
25 
free 
100 



25 

free 
free 
free 
free 

450 



do. 

do. 

do. 



do. 



do. 



cents per groce 
per cent ad. vali 

ceuts 100 sq. feet 

do. 

do. 
cents per pound 

ce&ts per dozen 

per cent ad. \al 



cents per cwt 



SO, 85 

69,$ 
69,$ 



64,68 



53,1S 

138,6 

46,20 

369,6 

404,25 

519,75 

4,62 

25 

115,5 

28,875 

free 
free 
free 
free 

519,75 



per cent ad. val| 28,875 



* Note. Those articles which have astericks afiixed, 
have been declared free by tbe treasury, as falling uuder 
the denomination of dying drugs, 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

FOR THE YE\H I 8 15 — 1 G. 



EXECUTIVE and LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS. 
HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, ESQ. 
GOVERNOR. 



LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 



ASSISTANTS, 



Hon. Asher Miller, 
Aaron Austin, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Matthew Griswold, 
Henry Champion, 



Hon, Theodore Dwi°ht, 
Frederick Wolcott, 

Ro^erM. Sherman, 
Sam'l. W. Johnson. 
[Two Vacant.] 



Andrew Kingsbury, Esa. Treasurer. 
Thomas Day, Esa. Secretary. 
Elisha Colt, Esq, Comptroller rf Publh Ac- 
counts* 

Jimes Hiixiiousb, Esq. Cvmmmicizer of the School 
Fund* 



44 
IIOLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

For May and October Sessions, 1815. 



MAY SESSION. 

Emas Pe.rkxvs, Esq. Speaker. 
Charles Oenison, and Jacob B. Gurley, Esqrs, Clerks » 
Hartford, John Caldwell, Nathl Terry 
Berlin, Thomas Lee, Jesse Dickinson 
Bristol, Enoslves 
Burlington, John Gillett 
Canton, James Humphreys 
East-Hartford, Samuel Pitkin, Benj. Lyman 
East-Windsor, Noah Allen, Araasa Loomis 
Enfield, John Taylor, Elam O. Potter 
Farmington, John Treadwell, Samuel Richards 
Glastenbury, Ezra Dayton, David E. Hubbard 
Granby, Pliny Hillyer, Apollos G. Hillyer, 
Hartland, Ephm. &elby, Nathaniel Bosworth 
Marlborough, David Skinner 
Simsbury,.Elisha Phelps, Asaph Tuller 
Southington, Roswell Moore, Lucas Curtis, 
Suffield, Martin Sheldon, Christopher Jones 
Wethersfield, E. ; P. Belden, Levi Lusk 
"Windsor, Christopher Woleott, Eben Hitchcock 
New-Havrn, Charles Dennison, S. P. Staples 
B ran ford,, ,Eii fowler, Jona. Rose, 2d. 
Cheshire Andre wHull, Rufus Hitchcock 
Derby, John Humpreys, Jr. 
JSast-Haven, James Thompson 
Guilford, Joseph Elliot, Samuel Robinson 
Hamden, Joel Ford 
Meriden, William Yale 
Middlebury, Nathaniel Richardson 
Milford, Benjamin Bull, Samuel B. Gunn 
North-Haven, Daniel Pierpont 
:Oxford, Charles Uunncl 
Sojithbnrjr, Curtis II in man 
WaUingforcl Lent Hough, Ward Johnsnn 
"WaUrhury, Andrew AdamSj V/m. K. Lampsor.. 
^Yolcou, Ambrose Ives 



s 45 
Woodbridge, Justus Thomas, Ilobt. Clark 
Niw-London, Elias Perkins, J* B. Gurley 
Norwich, Nathl. Shipman, Newcomb Kinney 
Bozrah, Asa Fitch 

Colchester, Daniel Watrous, David Derning 
Franklin, Dan, Hastings 
Groton, Thomas Avery, Rodman Niles 
Lisbon, Freeman Tracy 
Lyme, Henry M. Wait, Calvin Selden 
Montville, William W. Haughton 
North Stonington, N. Pendleton, L. Hull 
Preston, Elisha Crary, Alex. Stewart, Jr. 
Stonington, Enoch Burrows, John Hallara 
Waterford, Isaac Frink 

Fairfield, S. B. Sherwood, Sara'l Rowland 
Danbury, Elijah Gregory, Friend Starr 
Brookfield, Noah A. Lacy 
Greenwich, Clark San ford, Elkanah Mead 
Huntington, Lemuel Judson, David B. Hubbel! 
New-Canaan, Samuel St. John 
New- Fairfield David Lane 
Newtown, Asa Chapman, John San ford 
NorwaTk, Benj. Isaacs, Thaddeus Betts 
Redding Jona. R. Sanford, Samuel Whiting 
Ridgefield Abner Gilbert, jr. Nathan Dauchy 
Sherman, Jedediah Graves 
Stamford, James Stevens, Thaddeus Bell 
Stratford, Jabez H. Tomlinson, Levi Curtis 
Trumbull, Stephen Middlebrook 
Weston, Joseph Beimet, David Siliiman 
Will on, Ezekiel Sturges 
Windham David Young, James Robinsorl 
A skford, Thomas Dow, Levi Work 
Brooklyn, Shubacl Brown 
Canterbury, Luther Paine, Asa Burgei 
Columbia, Samuel Little 
Hampton, Eben. Griffin 
EiHingly, Tiffany Adams, John Day 
Lebanon, W . T. Williams, SamI; Buckingham 
Mansfield, Miner Grant, Frederick Freeman 
Plainfield, Siah Fuller, Joseph Eaton 
Fomiret, Zephaniah Williams, Sain!. Allen, 2d. 






46 

Sterling, Benjamin Dow 
Thompson, Jonathan Nichols, jr. James Bates 
Voluntown, Win. Gallup 

Woodstock, Ransellaer Child, John Mc'Clellan 
Litchfield, Wm. Beebe, Morris Woodruff 
Barkhamsted, Luke Loomis, Moses Hayden 
Bethlcm, Nehemiah Lambert 
Canaan, Saml. Bobbins, John Elmore 
Celebrook, Roger Stillman, Reuben Rockwell 
Cornwall, Noah Rogers, John H. Pierce 
Goshen, Adino Hale, Theodore North 
Harwinton, Cyprian Webster, James Brace 
Kent, Jesse St. John 

New-Hartford, William Cook, Levi Watson 
New-Milford, R. Bostwick, D. S. Boardmate 
Norfolk, Eleaser Holt, Nath. Stephens 
Plymouth, Jacob Hemmiagway 
Roxbury, Silas Miner 
Salisbury, Elisha Sterling, John C. Coffin 
Sharon, Oliver Kellogg, Ansel Sterling 
Torrington, Abel Hinsdale, Uriel T utile 
Warren, Judah Eldred 
Washington, Samuel Leavitt, Noble Day 
Watertown, John H. Deforest 
Winchester, Roger Coc, Bissel Hindsdale 
Woodbury, Nathaniel Ferry, Phi!© Murray 
Mi dbletown, Elisha Coe, Arthur W. &iagi!l 
Chatham, Enoch Sage, Benjamin Hurd 
Durham, Guernsey Bates, Nathan O. Camp 
East-Haddam, Eliphalet Holmes, S. Chapman 
Had dam, Ezra Bfainard, James K.Childs 
Killingworth, Wm. Carter, David Kelsey 
Saybrook, Samuel Hart, Samuel Williams 
Tolland, Jona. Barnes, E. Stearns 
Bolton, lohabod M Warner 
Coventry, Elisha Edgerton, John Kingsbury 
>' Ellington, Peleg Martin 

Hebron, John i~I. Wells, Stephen Barber 

Some is, Joseph A bhott,. Calvin Pitkin 

Stafford, 3arouel Willed, Elijah Johnson 

Union, Elijah Wales, Asher Badger 

\ ernon Hhineas Talcott 

^Wil'mgton, Zobujun Crocker, U, Woodwork? 



il 

OCTOBER SESSION. 
Charles Denison, Esq. Speaker. 
Thomas S. Williams, and Seth P. Staples, Esq™. Clerks 
Hartford, Michael CMcott,T. S. Williams 
Berlin, Jabez Langd an, Ethan A. Andrews 
Bristol, Encs Ives 
Burlington, Theodore Pettibone 
Canton, Joseph Dyer 

East-Hartford, Samuel Pitkin, Benjamin Lyman 
East- Windsor, Joel Hoi kins, Eli B. Haskill 
Enfield, John Taylor, Elam O. Potter 
Farmington, John Mix, John T red well 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Hale, Oliver Hale 
Granby, Sadoce Wilcox, Joel Holcomb 
Hartland, Ephraim Selby, John M. Case 
Marlborough, Israel Foote 
Simsbury, Jona- PeSlibone, j*\ A. Tuller 
Southington, R#swell AJoore, L. Curtiss 
Suffield, Christopher Jones, Horace King 
Wethersfiejd, E. P. Belden, Levi Lusk. 
Windsor, Elihu ^lills, Isaac Owen, jr. 
New- Haven, Chas. Denison, S. P. Staples 
Branford, Eli Fo.wkr, Jonathan Rose, 2d 
Cheshire, Andrew Hull, Rufias Hitehcock 
Derby, John Humphreys, j;\ 
East Haven, James Thompson 
Guilford, Joseph Elliott, Samuel Robinson* 
Hamden, Joel Ford 
Meriden, James Baldwin 
IVliddiebury, Philo Bronson 
51 i I fopd, Benjamin Bull, Samael B, Gnnn- 
Noi th-Haven, Duniel Pierpoint 
©xfbrd, Charles llunnell 
South bory r Je*si Crane 
V\ ailingford, Lent liou^h, Ward Johnson-' 
Waterhury, James Ssovill, Truman Porter 
Wolcott, Isaac Rronson 
Wocd bridge,' Justus Thomas, Robert Clark 
IS.ew-London,. C^risiopher Manuring, Stephen BfctOi 
K->rw;d., NTewcomb Kenny, Charles Thomas 
I&osrah,. Gardner \vcry 



48 
Colchester, Benjamin Trumbull, John R, Watroua 
Franklin, Dan Hastings 
Groton, Thomas Avery, Rodman Nile9 
Lisbon, Freeman Tracy 
Lyme, Chartes Griswold, Erastus Selden 
Montville, David Turner 
North-Stonington, Nathan Pendleton, L. Hull 
Preston, Erastus T. Smith, Alexander Stewart 
Stonington, William Randal, Amos Denison 
Waterford, Charles Avery 
Fairfield, John Hull, Wm. Robinson 
Banbury, Eleazer Benedict, Jr. Eli Taylor 
Brookfield, Daniel Tnomlinson 
Greenwich, Elkanah Mead, Clark Stanford 
Huntington, Abel French, Joseph Sheltoa 
New-Canaan, Samuel St. John 
New-Fairfield, Abel Gregory 
Newton, David Meeker, John Sanford 
Norwalk, Benjamin Isaacs, John Eversley 
Redding, Simeon. Mungcr, Hez. Reed, Jr. 
Ridgefield, Nathan Dauchy, Abner Gilbert, Jr. 
Sherman, John Orton 

Stamford, John Weed, Jr. Isaac Lockwood, Jr. 
Stratford, J. H. Thomlinson, Mat. Nicoll 
Trumbull, David- Beebe 
Weston, Jeremiah Osborn, Eliphalet Cooley 
Wilton, Matthew Marvin 
Windham, David Young, James Robinson 
Ashford, Thomas Dow, Ebenezer Byles 
Brooklyn, Shubael Brown 
Canterbury, Luther Paine, Asa Burgess 
Columbia, Samuel Little 
Hampton, Ebenezer Griffin 
Killingly, William Torrey, Nathan Fuller 
Lebanon, Isaiah Looniis Jr. Hobart M'Call 
Mansfield, Zalmon gtorrs, Royal Storrs 
Plainneld, John Douglass, Session3 Lester 
Pom fret, Zeph. Williams, Samuel Allyn, 2d. 



Sterling, Benjamin Dow 
Thompson, Isaac t 



Davis, Simon Davis, Jr. 
Voluntown, Daniel Keigwin 
Woodstock, Elias Childs, £d. Theophilus B. Chandler 



XiTTCHFTET.D, WuMiam Beebe, Jona. Buell 
Barkhampstead, Oliver MillSjJS. Jiaydca 
Bethlem, Sholden C.-Leavitt 
Canaan, Albin Rose, Joshua Corn well 
Colebrook, Nathan Bass, Robert Stillman 
Cornwall, Oliver Burnham, John H. Pierce 
Goshen, AcUno Hale, Theodore J{orth 
Harwinton, Cyprian Webster, James Brace 
Kent, Matthew Elliot 

New-Hartford, William Cook, Amasa Jerome 
New-Milford, Gerardus Booth* J. Williams 
Norfolk, Eleazer Holt, Nathaniel Stevens 
Plymouth, Jacob Hemmingway 
Roxbury, S,i!as Miner 
Salisbury, Elisha Sterling, Lot Norton 
Sharon^ Samuel Rockwell, Daniel St. John 
Torrington, R. C. Aberhethy, W. Battell 
Warren, J udah Eldred ( 
Washington, Samuel lieavitt, Noble Day 
Winchester, Roger Coe, Bissell Hindsdale 
Woodbury, Daniel Bacon, Elijah Daley 
Middled own, Samuel Gill, J. Stocking . 
Chatham, Samuel Hall, Joseph Dart 
Durham, Dan Parmelee, Abner Newton 
East-Haddam, Sylvester Chapman, Josiah Griflfja 
Haddam, Ezra Brainaid, James K. Child 
Killingworfli, William' Carter, David Kelsey 
Su) brook, Samuel "Mart, Clark Nott 
Tolland, Ephraim West, Elijah Smith 
Bolton, Ichabod M. Warner 
Coventry, Daniel Burlap, Nathaniel Root' 
Ellington, John Hall 
Hebron, John H. Wells, Stephen Barber 
Somcrs, Oliver Chapin, 2d, Richard Pease 
Stafford, Billings -Grant, William Eatoa 
Union, Elijah Wales, Asher Badger 
Vernon, Phineas Talcott 
Willington, Z, Crocker, R. Woodworth 
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NOMINATIONS. 



i The J&flewing persons -were chosen by the Freemen oftliii 

State in September 1815, to stand in Nomination for 

Assistants , to be chosen in April) 1816. 

'■ Votes, 

Iloa. Asher Miller 75S8 

Hon Aaron Austin 8082 

Hon. Jonathan Brace 8699 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich 8939 

Hon. Matthew Griswold £987 

Hon. Henry Champion 8594 

Hon. Frederick Wolcott 8897 

Hon. liogerM. Sherman QOOS 

Hon. Samuel W. Johnson, 8843 

Noah B. Benedict, esq. 8763 

William Perkins, esq. 8428 

Samuel B. yherwood esq. 8390 

Klias Perkins, esq. 8340 

Hiubael Griswold, esq. 8275 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. 8036 

Asa Chapman, esq. 7551 

Daniel Putnam, esq. 7501 

Jonathan Barnes, esq. 7481 

Jacob B. Gurley, esq. 6925 

William T. Williams, esq. 6721 

The foUo'iving persons -were chosen in April, 1814, to- stand 
in nomination for election as Hepreseiitatives of the Peo* 
pie of this State in the Congress of the United' States -• 



VoTES.j] 

Hon John Davenport, jr. 4956 
Hon. Benja Tallmadge, bi i« 
Hon Tim thv Pitkin, 5971 
Hon. Jona'n O Moseky, f>18< 
Hon. Lewis IV bttir^ 6 51 
M on p pa ph . CS i a m pio 1 1 , 605 1 
} i ' n . Ly m an Law, 6 & 9 

Sylvan us Baekus, esq 61.8 
Nathan feiiiii b, esq. 606i 



Vote*. 
Sam'l B. Sherwood, esq. 5919 
James Gou'd, esq 5771 

Nathaniel, Terry, esq 57S9 
fchen'r Huntington, esq 5712 
Uriel Holmes, esq. 53&J 

Charles Denison, esq. 50,52 
Asa Bacon, jr. esq. 5038 

Svlvester Gilbert, esq 4974 
Tho's S, Williams, esq 4G03 



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JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENT. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 
Hon. Zepheniah Swift, esq. Chief Jadge. 



Hon. John Trumbull 
William Edmond 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard 



Hon. Simeon Baldwin 
Jonathan Ingersoll 
Calvin Goddard 
Ste. T. Hosmer,Esqrs. 



Thomas Day, Esq. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 

— oooo — 

Allotment of Judges to the Circuits from June, 
1815, to June, 1816. 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 

Eastern Circuit. — Chief Justice Swift, and Judges fyain- 
ard, and Hosmcr. 

Middle Circuit.— Judges Edmorid, Smith, and Goddard. 
Western Circuit. — Judges Trumbull, Baldwin, and In- 
ge r soil. 

WINTER SESSIONS. 

Eastern CVm«7.— Chief J ustiee Swift, and Judges Bnria- 
»»d, and Goddard. 

Middle Circuit.-— Judges Trumbull, Baldwin, and Iueer- 
soll. 

Western Circuit.— Judges Edmund, Smith, and Hosmep. 

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COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 
■ ^+m 

COUNTY COURT. . 

Kon. Jonathan Brace, Judge. 
Pliny Hillyer, John Mix, Samuel Woodruff, Thomas 
Day, esquires. 

Thomas Chester, esq clerk and treasurer, and clerk 
«f the 3 jpetlor Court. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Ifyrtfrjvd— Jonathan Bull, William Moseley, Nathaniel 
Terry, Etioch Perkins, Ephraim Root, Andrew Singshury, 
John Caldwell, A masaKeyes, Thomas Chester, fciisha Colt, 
Jonathan W. Edwards, John Morgan, ichabod L. Skinner, 
Thomas S. Williams, Thomas Day, Walter Mitchell, Johi\ 
M Gannett, Elisha Mix, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, es- 
quires 

Berlin-* Amos Hosford, James North, Elijah Hooker, 
Daniel Dunbar, David Webster, Roger Norton, Ezra Sco- 
viil, David Whittlesey, esquires 

Bristol — Euos Ives, Bryan Hooker, esquires. 

i^Wi??§ftm~Abrahai.n Petlibone, fcimeon Hart, Bliss 
Hart, esquires. 

Canton — Ezra Adams, So!om«n Everest, James Humph* 
reys, Jt.sper Bidwell, William Stone, esquires. 

East'JIartford — George Griswold, Shubael Criswold f 
Samuel Pitkin, Timothy Hall, John Olds, Theodore Pitkin, 
enquires. 

Ea&t~ Windsor— Rcswell Grant, Caleb Booth, Charles 
Jenks, John Stoughton, jun. Timothy Ellsworth, Jonathan 
Bartictt Joel Hotkins, Noah Sadd, esquires. 

Enfield— Henry Terry, John Taylor, Elam O. Potte^ 
William Dixon, esquires. 

Farmington^AtAm Tread well, John Mix, Timothy Pit- 
kin, Roger Hooker, Ezekiel Cowles, Samuel Cowls, Tho's 
S. D»y, George Norton, Ezekiel Cowles Horace Cowles, 
esquires. 

Glaxtenbury—VhxWy Sellew, Zephaniah H. Smith, Elisha 
Hale, Pardon Brown, esquires. 

Granby-- Pliny Hilly er, Judah Hoicomb, Andrew Hill- 
yer, Ezekie| Hoicomb, Samuel Woodruff, Joseph Cornish, 
Nathaniel. Pratt, Caleb Merriman, Asa Haynes, esquires. 

liar tland— John Treat, Philander Humphreys, Abiather 
Newton, Elijah Coe, Ephraim Selby, Nathaniel Bosworth, 
esquires. 

Marlborough — Joel Foote, Israel Foote, EtlshaBuell^es- 
squires. 

iShmbury — Calvin Barber, Campbell Humphrey, Jrhi 
Bestor, William Mather, Timothy Goodwin, BenjamhrEly, 
esquires. 



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Southington— Roger Whittlesey, Roswell Moore, loha- 
bod C. Frisbie, esquires. 

Snffield — Asabel Hatheway,- Joseph Austin, John W. 
Hanchett, William Gay, Godfrey Scarborough, Oliver 
Pease, esquires. 

WetkersJield~~&te\>\\ZT\ M. Mitchell Joseph Bulkeley, 
John WttltaQfis, Ezekiel P. Belden, Martin Kellogg, jun, 
Frederick Robbins, esquires. 

Windsor — Oliver Mather, Isaac Owen, jun. Edward Set* 
"den, Elihu Mills, John Sargeant, Luther Fitch, Ezra Har- 
den, Edward Griswold, Henry L. Ellsworth, Abraham Gris- 
^yold, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Enoch Perkins, esquire, State Attorney. 

Hartford — William Moseley, Enoch Perkins, Nathaniel 
Terry, Hezekiah Huntington John T. Peters, Jonathan W. 
Edwards, Thomas S,. Williams, Walter Mitchell, lehabod 
L. Skinner Thomas Huntington, jun. Joseph Trembull, 
Scth Terry, Nathan Johnson, Jonathan Law, John M. Gan- 
nett, Shelden W. Candee, Shubael F. Griswold, Georgp 
Wyllys, Samuel Root, Noah A. Phelps, Daniel Miller, Wil- 
liam W. Ellsworth, Elizur Goodrich, jun. Henry W Hunt- 
ington, esquires. 

Merlin— Daniel Dunbar, Ethan A. Andrews, esquires, 

Bristol — John Mitchell, esquire. 

Canton*— James H. Smith, esquire. 

Eust-/fartford — Ralph R. Phelps, esquire. 
T East-Windsor — Sherman Everest, Samuel P. Waldo, Al- 
gernon S. Grant, Ebenezer Lane, esquires. 

Enfieldr— Henry Terry, William Dixon, Lorrain T Pease, 
.esquires. 

Farmington — Timothy Pitkin, Samuel Cowls, Lemuel 
Whitman, Alfred Cowles, esquires. 

Glastenbnry— Zephaniah H. Smith, George Merrick, 
esquires. 

Granby — Thomas Holcomb, Andrew D. Hillyer, Grove 
Crriswold, Silas Higley, esquires 

, Simsbury — William WilHston, Sereno Pettibone, Elisha 
Phelps, esquires. 

* Southing-ton— Roger Whittlesey, Samuel H, Woodruff, 
esquires. - 



'• *.9wj^e/df-^William Gay* Selh Parsons, Godfrey Scarbe* 
rough, esquires. 

TVethersfield—Ashev Robhins, Elijah Keach, esquires. 

Windsor — John Sargeant, Joseph H. Russell, Henry L. 
Ellsworth, esquires. 

Stephen Chester, esq. Wethersfield, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriff 8 — Titus L Bissell, Edward Moore, Hart' 
ford — Daniel Abbey, Enfield- — Edbert Cowles, Farm 
trig-ton — Joshua II. Jewett, Granhy — Jonathan Pomeroy, 
jun. Suffield — Elihu Drake, Windsor — Jeffery O Phelps, 
Simdmry — Chester Wells, East- Bartford— J esse Charlton, 
East- Windsor, 

Theodore Hillyer, Hartford, Gaoler. 

■■■ If 'M ''i""* 1 tfl'IW' 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Elit-ur Goodrich^ Judge. 
John Kingsbury, Nathaniel Griffing, Dyer White, 1 Burrag^ 
; Beach, esquires. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 

John II Lynde, esq Clerk. 

Dyer White, esq. Clerk Of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

.1 JKetir-Haven — Henry Daggett, James Hillhouse, David 
Daggett, Dyer White, Isaac Mills, Nathan Smith, Eitsha 
IVhmson, Charles Denisou, iEneas Monson, jun. Stephen 
Twining, Seth P. Staples, Eleazer Foster, Thomas Painter, 
esquires. 

Hranford— Orchard Gould, James Barker, Benjamin 
Page, Josiah J. Linsley, esquires. 

C/iM/rtV*— Burrage Beach, David Badger, Thomas T. 
Cornwall, Amos Baldwin*, esquires.*' 

Derby — John Humphreys, Levi Tomlinson, Amasa Por- 
ter, Philo Basset, John L. Tomlinson, John Humphreys, 
jun. James Lewis, esquire*. 

East-Haven~~ Josiah Bradley, Enos Hemingway, Stephen 
Woodward, esquires. 



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trtdlford — Miles Manger, Jonathan Todd, Henry Hill, 
Nathan Chidsey, Daniel Hand, Jun. Nathaniel Griffing, 
Samuel Fowler, Thomas R. Bray, Joseph Elliott, esquires. 

llamden — John Hubbard, Eli Whitney, Elam Ives, esq'rs. 

JSieriden — Asaph Merriam, Jared Benham, Benajah An- 
drews, esquires. 

| Micldlebury — David Thomson, Nathaniel Richardson, es- 
quires-. 

Milford — I£lias Clark, Benjamin Bull, William Durand, 
Samuel B. Gunn, esquires. 

North- Haven — Joshua Barnes, Peter Eastman, esquires. 

Oxford — David Tomlinson, Abel Wheeler, Timothy 
Candee, Charles Bunnel, esquires 

Southbury — Benjamin Stiles, Shadrach Osb«rne, Simeon 
Hinman, Titus Pierce, Curtis Hinman, Joel Crane, esquires. 

Walhnptf§r'd~SsimxLeX Hall, E^hraim Cook, Aaron Mall, 
George W. Stanley, esquires. 

fVaterbury— John Kingsbury, Frederick Hotchkiss, Tra- 
man Porter, Bennet Bronson, Titus Welton', Cyrus Clark, 
esquires. . " • 

IVoodbridge — David French, Thomas Darling,.. EUfcv* 
Sanford, John Thomas, Davitl Thomas, Hezekiah Baldwin, 
Justus Thomas, esquires. 

Wolcott — Mark Harrison, Isaac Brendan, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. • 

Hon. David Daggett, State Attorney. 

Jfeiv-Haven— William liilmouse, Jfin. David Daggett, 
Nathan Smith, Itaac Mills, Jonathan E. Porter, Stephen 
Twining, Seth P. Staples, John.// Lynde, William Bristol,' 
Henry W. Edwards, Charles Deniion, Eleazer Foster, 
Leonard E. Wales, Sereno E. Dwight, Ralph i Ingersot!, 
John Beach, Sophos Staples, Roger S, Baldwin, Samuel J. 
Hitehcock, John Thomas, Dennis Kiniberly, Henry C. 
Flagg, John D. Fowler, esquires. 

Cheshire* — Burrage Beach, esquire. 

Derby — Sheldon Q* Curtis, Johu L. Tomlinson, esquires* 

• Guilford — William Todd, require. 

* JMeriden — Benajah Andrews, esquire. 

■Mt/fird-- Abraham V. H. De Witt, David B. Ingersoll, 
Isafib M, Wales, Nathaniel Adaras> «g^ciir«3 # 



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Oxford~-3oUn P. Andrews, esquire. 

Southbury — Benjamin Stiles, Simeon Hitiman, CurtU 
Hinman, e&quires, 

Wallingford — George W. Stanley, esquire. 

Waterbury — Cyrus Clark, Bennet Brgnson, Samuel Fris* 
bie, Legrand Bancroft, esquires^ 

Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. New Haven, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Josiah B. Morse, Ebenezer Weed 
New-Haven — Francis French, Derby— Medad Hotchkiss, 
Woodbridge — Abel G. Wei ton, IF titer bury—Moses S. 
Beach, Wallingford — Abel Chittenden, Guilford — Stephea 
Jarvis, Cheshire — Henry Brown, Southbury. 

Benjamin R. Fowler, New-Haven, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON, 



COUNTY COURT. 
Hen. Elias Perkins, Judge. 
Hon. Matthew Griswold, Hon. Henry Champion, N&« 
Cfcanitl Shipman, esq. Lutker Spalding, esq. 

Hon, Matthew Griswold, Treasurer. 
6&lr!es Lathrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Courts 

JUSTICES ©F THE PEACE. 

New-London^- Elias Perkins, Jonathan 'Starr, Lyman 
Law, Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, William P. 
C4eave!and, Jirah Isham, Ebenezer Learned, David Coit, 
fcaac Thomson, Willia.ai F. Bvaiu&rd, Fe.ter Riehards, es- 
quires. 

Norwich — Andrew Huntington, Andrew Perkins, James 
Lanman, Erastus Huntington, Nathaniel Shipman, Jabez 
Iluatington,, Luther Spalding, Simeon Thomas, Joseph Wil- 
liams, James Stedman, Zachariah Huntington, Benjamia 
Snow, Charfes P. Huntington, George Perkins, esquires. 

hozrah— Asa Woodworth, Asa Fitch, J Hough, Joshua 
Stark, esquires.- 

Colchester — John Isham, John R. Watrous, Jeel Wor* 
thington, Roger Bulkley, A«a Bigelow, Benjamin Trum- 
bull, Samuel A- Peters, Asa Newton, Setb Jbatkrop, Aria* 
tarehus Champion, es^ires. 



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TrankHn-~ Silas Hartshorn, Eleazer Tracy, Oliver John* 
son, esquires. 

Groton — Ebenezer Avery, jun. Ralph Hurlbut, Christo- 
pher Morgan, Ebenezer Morgan, John O. Miner, Daniel 
Eldredge, Christopher Lester, Amos Gere, jun esquires. 

Lisbon — Levi Perkins, William Adams, Freeman Tracy* 
esquires. 

Lyr,ie~- Moses Warren, Calvin Selden, Selden Warnorw 
Richard M'Curdy, Seth Ely, Jun. William Noyes, Seth 
Smith, Remick Wait, Henry Perkins, Nathaniel Matson, 
Charles Griswold, esquires. 

JHontville—JsLved Comstook, Dayid Turner, Jacob Loom* 
Is, John Smith, 2d. Asahel Otis, Mumford Dolbear, esq'rs* 

JVorth- Stoningt.on- *Steph en Avery, Thomas Prentice, 
Elias He wit, Nathan Pendleton, Thomas P. Hall, Sai^da 
!&/Ole, esquires. 

Preston— Jeremiah Halsey, Alexander Mewart, Charlerf' 
Fanning Solomon Giddiiigs," Jonah Witter, Moses Lester, 
John Tyler, Stephen Meech, Eljiah Lester, Jared Gallup, 
Walter Palmer, William Belcher, Nathaniel Coit, esquires. 

Stonington»-W\\\\*m Wiliiam6, Isaac Williams, 2d. WH« 
iam Randall, Park Williams, Joseph Smith, William •Ro- 
bertson, William Lord, Joseph Noyes, 3d. Alexander G. 
Smith, esquires. 

JValerford'-.GQOrge Williams, Daniel II. Caulkins, Wii* 
dam Moore, 4 th. esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

James Lanman, esquire, State Attorney. 

J\"env London— Lyman Law, Coddinglon Billings, Jacofc 
B. Gurley, YVilliam P. Cleaveland, Jirah Lham, Ebenezer 
Learned, William E. Brai«ard,Lodowick Fosdick, esq'rs. 

•A orxvich-- James Lanman, John Hyde, Joseph Williams, 
Tames Sted man, George Perkins, George D. Hill, lioswelj 
Vlorgan, Henry Strong, esquires. 

Colchester— Benjamin Trumbull, Sam'l A Peters, esq'rs. 

Lyme— Henry M. Wait, Charles Griswold, esquires. 

Preston- -Jeremiah Halsey, Elias Brown, Samuel Ing- 
iam, esquires. r 

&o?iingt*n-»George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smith, es< 
luires. 



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North-Sionington— Benjamin Pomerov, esquire," 
Joshua Huntington, esq. Norwich Sheriff. 
• Deputy Sheriffs— Hezekiah Goddard, Ephraim Chees- 
torojigh, New- London. Be!a Peck, Shubael Breed, Nor* 
•wich. Solomon Scovil, Colchester* Erastus Selden, Lyme. 
David C. Smith, Stonington. Jeremiah S.Halsey,Pres/»n- 
Gaolers. Richard Stroud, Mew-London. Augustus La. 
tkrop, Norwich. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Nathan Wheeler, Judge. 
Joseph Silliman, Daniel' B. Cooke, Ebenezer Davenport, 
Samuel Whiting, esquires. 

Lewis B. Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 
David Burr, esq. Clerk, aad Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield- Lewis B. Sturges, David J udah, Samuel B. 
S&erwood, Samuel Rowland, Ebenezer Banks, Israel Bib- 
bins, Hull Bradley, Edmund Burr, Aaron Sherwood, Eli- 
phalet Swift, Gershom Burr, Amos Burr, esquires. 

Danbury- -Joseph P. Cooke, Daniel 1$. Cooke, Thomas 
Taylor, Matthew B. Whittlesey, Daniel N. Carringtoa, 
David Foot, Comfort Hoyt, Moses Hatch, Andrew Beers, 
Samuel Taylor, Benjamin Hoyt, jun. Alanson //amlin, es« 
quires* • 

Brookfield—Liverus //awley, Colbe Chamberlain, Daniel 
Tomlinson, John Northrop, .Zfeman Birch, esquires. 

Greenwich— Ebenezer Mend, Gilbert Close, David Wood. 
Jabez Mead, William Knapp, Elisha Belcher, Timothy 
Walker, esquires. 

Huntington— Diodate Silliman, John Curtis, Abel Frenoh, 
Ebenezer Beardsley, Lemuel Hudson, Elisha T. Mills, Agui 
Clark, Levi Ha\\^ Elisha Mills, jun. esquires. 

New-Canaan- Joseph, Siiliman, Isaac Richards, Elipha* 
let St John, esquires. 
♦ New Fairfield— David Lane, Gideon Beai'dsley,. esquires, 

JVtfreiww-.Samucl'C.. I?la«kniRn, Asa Chapman, Zack&< 



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ah Ferris, Timothy Shepard, Ebenezer Turner, Joseph 
"iehols, esquires. 

JVonuw/A?— Jonathan Knight, Z/ezekiah Jarvis, Lswia 
aymond, Henry Belden, Barnabus Marvin, Clark Bissel, 
William St. John, Seth Taylor, esquires. 
Jiedding— William //eron, Lemuel Sanford, Samuel 
Whiting, esquires. 

liidgefield-^ Nathan Smith, Samuel Stebbins, Job Smith, 
imoihy Keeler, Jared Olmstead, Jacob Dauchy, Jesse S. 
radlcy, esquires. 

Stamford— Keuben Scoficld, John Davenport, jun. Eben« 
er Davenport, Samuel Webb, Joseph Wood, Benjamia 
, Sheltoni esquires. 

Stratford— J abez H. Tomlinson, "Joseph Backus, Victo- 
f Wetmore, Elijah Uffoot, * William Feet, * Lambert 
ockwood, * Ezekiel 7/ubbell, Charles M'Ewen, esqnircs. 
Sherman — Gamaliel B. Giddings, Levi //ubbcll, Gershom 
arlow, David Northrop, esquires. 

Trumbull -Lewis Burton, Stephen Middlebrook, Judson 
artiss, esquires. 

Weston --Nathan Wheeler, Jeremiah Rowland, Squire A- 
ms, Isaac Bennet, Walker bherwood, esquires. 
Wilton— Matthew Marvin, Thaddeus Mead, 4 Zadoek 
aymond, Ezekiel Sturges, esquires. 

At Bridgeport. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Samuel B. Sherwood, esrf. State Attorney. 
Fairfield— Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, !?o- 
r M. Sherman, Daniel Wakeman, Gideon Tornlinson, 
iphalet Swift, Josiah M. Miner, esquires. 
Danbury - Matthew B. Whittlesey, Moses /fetch, Alan* 
n Z/amlin, esquires. 
Bvockfield — //einan Burch, esquire. 

Greenwich- -Timothy Walker. Johnson, esquires. 

untingtmi—FAteh* Mills, jun. esquire. 
Newttnvn — Asa Chapman, Samuel C. Blackmail, Tiaio- 
y Shepard, Abial Botsford, esquires. 
JYorwalk- -Clark Bissel, Thaddeus Betfcs, esquires. 
Redding— Jeremiah Kowland, esquire. 



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Stamford— Simeon // Minor, Joseph W<H)d> Beujamij; 
F. •S'heiton, esquires. 

Strafford"-* Joseph Backup Robert Fairchild, * William 
feenedict, Charles M'Ewen, *Charles Shepard, esquires. 

Trumbull —Amos //. Wheeler, esq. 

JJ'e8t07ir—Chixr\es Winton,esq. 

'Ebenezer Dimon, esq. Fairfield, Sheriff'. 

DeprUy- Sheriffs -John G. Allen, Fairfield. 5atmie 
Wildman,jr. Danbury //erman Warner, J\ ewt Oion. Daift 
\id Boalt, JSTortvalk. Aaron Morehouse, Redding. Josep! s 
Gray, Stamford. John Thompson, Stratford. Ezra Greg 
"pry, Bridgeport. Abiel Babbit, Huntington. 

"Matthew Curtis, jr. Danbury, Gaoler. 

* Residing in the Borough of Bridgeport. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

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COUNTY COURT. 
Jabez Clark, Esq. Judge. 
Hezekiah Ripley, Lemuel Ingals, James Gordon, jr, Ri i 
fus Adams, esquires. ■* 

Hezekiah Ripley, Esq. Treasurer, 
Samuel Gray, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior Cour ^ 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windham — Jabez Clark, Ebenezer Devotion, Hezekia 
Ripley, Samuel Gray, Samuel Perkins, Philip Haywooi 
jDawd Young, Zebediah Tracy, esquires. 

/ishford— Abel Simmons, William Walker, William Pe 
J^ins, Benjamin Bosworth, Joel Ward, Josias Byles, Le 
Work, esquires. 

Brooklyn — Joseph Scarborough, John Parish, Roger V\ 
Williams, Darius Matthewson, esquires. 

Canterbury— X5*u\e\. Frost, Luther Pnine,.Asa Butts, A 1 
Baeon, Rufws Vdams, Andiew T. Judson, Daniel Frost, j 
Asa Burgess, Asahel Bucon, esquires. 

Cohimbia — Asahel Clark, jr. Samuel Bliss, Samuel Ljfoi 
tie, esquires. 



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Hampton— Philip Pcarle, J ames Burnett, Ebenezer Grift 
ig, Joseph Prentiss, esquires. 

KUUngly — James Danielson, Ezra Hutchins, Joseph Ad* 
ns, Joel Day, Anthony Brown* llobart Torrey, Elisha 
owe, Ebenezer Young, esquires. 

Lebanon — Peleg Thomas, Thaddeus Clark, William T. 
,'illiams, Etiphalcl MetcjUf, Charles Lathrop, Pel*g Thorn- 
,jr. AsahelDcwey, esquires. 

Mansfield — Frederick Freeman, John Salter, Barzillai 
riff, Miner Grant* Uoval Morrs, Zalmon Storrs, esquires. 
FUiili/ie I f I * * 4 ifttt C a Cordon, Joseph Eaton, John Doug- 
ss, John Lester, James Gordon, jr. esquires. 
Pomfret' — Thomas Gr^svenor, Lemuel Ingals, Lemuel 
rosvenor, Ebenezer Kingsbury, Sylvanus liacku*, John 
olbreok, John H. Pay son, esquires. 

Sierung ~Johi\ Wy lie, Thomas Backus, Dyer Ames, 
ichard Bin lingame, esquires. 

Thompson — Thaddeus Lamed* Noadiah Russell, George 
urned, John Jacobs, jr. David H. Phipps, Simon Day is/ jr. 
pnathan Nichols, esquires. 4 

Voluutoivn — Ally 11 Campbell, James Alexander, Joha 
'ylie, esquires. 

Woodstock — John M'Clettan, John Fox, Nehemiah Chtjd, 
jmathan Morse, Ebenezer Stoddard, Ransellaer Child* 

uires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS, 
Sylvanus Backus, esq State Attorney. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, Phillip Hay ward, Davi<$ 
ailing, John Baldwin, John Fitch, esquires. 

Ashford — William Perkins, esq. 

Mv'iXikhjn — John Parish, Daniel Kies, esquires* 

Canterbury — Andrew T. J udson, Daniel Frost, jr. eiq'rir 

Coiumbiii — Asahel Clark, jr. Joseph Clark, esquires. 

Hampton — Joseph Prentis, esq. 

Killing -ly — Ebenezer Young, esq. 
I Lebanon — WiliiamT, Williams, Denison W attles, esq'rs. 

i J /ai«//e/«i~- Joseph Eaton, Job Monroe, esquires. 

Pom/ret—' Sylvanus iiackus, John Holbrook, Ebeneze? 
]} rosvenor, esquires. 

{Thompson -George Lamed, Simon Davis, jr. esquires, 

fads lock- -J vim M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, esquires. 
Henry Webb, esq. Windham, Sheviff* 



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Deputy Sheriff s«»-W alter Hough, Canterbury* John' 
Gallup, Brooklyn, Elisha Gleason, Pom/ret. Hubbard 
Dutton, Lebanon, Ebenezer Eaton, jr. Plainfield. Rea*. 
sellaer Childs, Woodstock, Comfort Carpenter, Aaliford, 
Samuel Dorrance, Windham, Gaoler* 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT, 
Hon. Aaron Austin, Judge. 
Daniel N. Brinsmade, esq. Augustus Pettibone, Uriel 
Holmes, Moses Lyman, jr. esquires. 

Abel Catiin, esq. Treasurer. 

Hon. Frederick Wolcott, esq. Clerk, aad Clerk of Superioi ^ 

Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield — Tapping Reeve, James Morrrs, Uriel Holmes ft' 
Seth Landon, Nathan Bassett, Roger N. Whittlesey, Aaror 
Smith, James Gould, Peter Sherman, Asa Bacon, jr. Lev II 
Catiin, Morris Woodruff", esquires. I 

Barkhampsteud— Moses Hayden, John Merrils, Luk*b 
Loosnis, William Taylor, esquires. I 

Bethlem — David Bellamy, Ebenezer Perkins, Billy Am Ik 
bier, George D. Casson, esquires. 

Canaan — John Elmore, Silas Franklin, John Holabird 
Azariah Smith, William M. Burrall, esquires. 

Colebrook — Elijah Rockwell, Reuben Rockwell, Setl 
Marshall, Nathan Bass, esquires. 

Cornwall — John Sedgwick, Oliver Burnham, Benjami 
Gold, Rufus Swift, esquires. 

Goshen — AdinoHale, Moses Lyman, jr. William Stanley ^ 
jr. Theodore North, esquires. 

Harivingion — James Brace, Lewis Catiin, Benjamin Grit 
wold, Timothy Clark, esquires. 

Kent — Julius Caswell, Matthew Elliott, John Raymond 
Nathaniel P. Perry, Mills Bordwell, esquires. 

New* Hartford—- Roger Mills, Chauneey Seymour, Wi 
Mam G. Williams, Asa Goodwin, esquires. 

JS'eW'Mijord^ Reuben Warner, Elisha Bostwbk, Abl^ 



€3 

ah Treat, David S. Boardman, Nathaniel Taylor, Abel 

Herwin, Ebenezer Smith, esquires. 
Norfolk— Eleazer Holt, Augustus Pettibone, Benjamin 

Welch, Joseph Battell, Michael P. Mills, esquires. 
Plymouth — Daniel Potter, Lake Potler, Calvin Butler, 

►squires. 
Roxbury — ElUiu Canfield, Phineas Smith, Silas Miner 3 , 

squires. 
Salisbury — Samuel Lee, Elisha Sterling", Lot Norton, 
artin Strong, John M. Holly, Eliphalet Whittlesey, 

squires. 
Sharon — Daniel St. John, Calvin Gay, Samuel E. Ever* 

It, Oliver Kellog, Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Samuel 
ockwell, Samuel It. Gager, esquires. 
Torrington — Norman Griswohl, William Battell, Lyman 
etmore, Erastus Hodges, Kussel C. Abernethy, esquires. 
Warren — John Tallmadge, Ebenezer Tanner, Benjamin 
Jarter, Judah Eldred, esquires. . 
Washington — Daniel N. Brinsmade, David Whittlesey, 
illiam Cogswell, Elijah Hazen, esquires. * 
U 'atertotvn— Elijah Woodward, Charles Merriman, John 
. De Forrest, Hoi brook Curtis, Garrit Smith, esquires. 
/I inchesler— Eliphaz Alvord, Si.mu.el Hurlbut, Solomon 
ockwell, Phineas Miner, Joseph Miller, esquires. 
Woodbury — Noah B. Benedict, John Strong, jr. Mat* 
ew Miner, jr. esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS, 
Elisha Sterling, esq. State Attorney. 
'Litchfield — Aaron Smith, James Gould, Asa Bacon, jun, 
ih P. Beers, Jabez W Huntington, Esquires* 
^Methlem — Joseph H. Bellamy, esq. 

Canaan — Jobn Elmore, William M. Burrall, Reuben 
unt, esquires. 

Cormval — George Wbeaton, esq. 
Goshen— Theodore North, esq. 

J\ent-— Nathaniel P. Perry, Henrj Stoddard, esquires. 
Aew liar tford — Roger Mills, Wm. G. Williams, esq'rs* 



III-* v a," jjui ijoi «•— linger iu 
J\e~tV'Milf<jvd — Daud S. Boardman, Perry Smith, t'hilo 
j. Heac-ock, Chi res L. Matters, esquires. 
A *cr/o/A —Michael F, Mills, Birdsey Baldwin, George B. 

»h, esquires* 



m 

'Plymouth— Calvin' B till er, Stephen Shettori, esquires, 

Moxbuvy— Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth, efiq'r& 

Salisbury— EYis\a\ Sterling, Sam/l. Church, Philander 
"Wheeler, esquires. 

Sharotir-CyvvLs Swan, Ansel Sterling, Charles R. Brown 
esquires, 

1 orrington— Joseph D. H u m phrey , esq. 

Washington— William Cogswell, esq. 

Wtitertown — Hoi brook Curtis, esq. 

Winchester— -Phineas, Miner, Joseph Miller, esquire3, 

Woodbury— Noan B. Benedict, Matthew Miner, jr. John! 

Strong, jr. Charles B. Phelps, Joseph M. Palmer, esquhes* 

John R Landon, esq. Litchfield, Sheriff". • * 

Deputy- Sheriffs — Horace Huntington, Litchfield. Sam*f 
net Comstock, Nexv-Milford. Matthew GiHer, JYexu-Jfurt* 
ford. Timothy Chittenden, jr. Salisbury. Philo De For- 
est, Woodbury, J. Calhoun, Cornwall. David Bird, Beth* 
lew. John N. (Sunn, Washington. William P. Russell^ 
Canaan. Hosea Hinsdale, Winchester. 

Roger Cook, Litchfield, Gaoler, 



r 

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COUNTY OP MIDDLESEX. 

COUNTY COJfRT. ^ 

Hon. Asher M idler, Judge. cs 

Eliphalet Holmes, William Morgan, Seth- Overton, Lenv 
Uel Storrs, esquires. 

Seth Overton, esq. Treasurer. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Courl 

JUSTICES OF TJIE PEACE. p 

Middletoxvn- -Samuel W. Dana, Matthew T Russel, Ne * , 
hemiah Hubbard, Ebenezer Sage, Lemuel Storrs, Willi^n 

Plumb, Isaac Gridlev, John Pratt, Ebenezer Roberts, 2d 5 

Elijah Hubbard, Eli Coe, Jozeb Stocking, Josiah Sage Pal 
esquires. 

/faddam— Ezra Brair.ard, Stephen Tibbils, Oliver Well! $ 

Jonathan Huntington, jr. Reuben B. Chapman, Linus Pal B ra j 

inelee, jr. esquires. l fr 
CfcztAam—Danicl Shepard, Seth Overtoil; John P;vrm* 



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lee, David Clark, Wilttam Dixon, Asafoel H. Strong, Na* 
thaniel Cornwell, esqHires. 

Durham— Dan Parmelee, Charles C<;e, Gnrnsey Bates, 
Job Merwin, Isaac Newton, Worth! ngtOQ G» Chauncey, 
esquires. 

HasUlfaddam -Eliphalet Holmes, Jonathan Q. Moseley, 
F.benezer Holmes, John Brainarri, Josiah Griffin, Israel 
Cone, William Cone, Sylvester Chapman, Isaac Chapman, 
esquires. 

Killingworih—loh W right, Abraham Pierson, William. 
Morgan, Martin Lord, George Elliott, Dan Lane, Nathan 
Hull, Joel Griswold, Amaziah Bray, csquires. 

Saybrook—' Timothy Starkey, William Hart, Jonathan 
Lay, Samuel Tnliy, Thomas Silliman, Samuel. Hart, John 
Bull, Samuel Williams, John Stannard, Jonathan Warner, 
John Platts, Clark Nott, 8oseph Hill, George W. Jewett, 
Richard Ely, Elisha Sill, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Matthew T. Russell, esq. State Attorney. 

Mddletotvn-- Samuel W. Dana, Matthew T. Russell* 
Enoch Huntington, Elijah Hubbard, Cha'Uncey WhitteSsey, 
Levi H. Clark, Jonathan Barnes, jr. Major Andre Andrew^ 
esquires. 

Huddam—'lAnns Parmelee, jr. esq. 

Chatham— Asahel II. Strong, Abiel A Loomis, esquires. 

Hasi" Fladdam — -Jonathan O. Mosely, Jared Spencer, E- 
paphroditus Champion, jr. Nathan L.Foster, William Hun- 
gerford, Robert Russell, esquires 

Killing'xvorth — Amaziah Bray, esq. 

Saybrook— George W. Jewctt, Ely Warner, JosSpk 
Flatts, enquires. 

•Enoch Parsons, esq. "Middletown, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs- —Daniel Smith, B add am. Chevcrs 
Brainard, Ebenezer Holmes, East-Iiaddam. fieman Star* 
kev ; Soffbrook. Jeremiah Taylor, Chatham, 
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«OUNTY OF TOLLAND, 

COU&TY COURT. 

Sylvester Gilbert, esq. judge. 
Oliver King, David Hale, John //all, Joel Jones, esquires* 
felisha Stearns, esq. Clerk and Clerk of the /Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE* 1 

Totfaftrf— Jonathan Barnes, Jabez Kingsbury, Elisha 
Stearns, Solomon L. Fuller, John Bliss, esquires. 

Jiolton— .Samuel Carver, Saal Alvord, jr. Daniel Lord, 
Judah Strong, Iciiabod M. Warner, esquires. 

Coventry— Jesse Root, David Hale, Daniel Burr.ap, Na- 
than Howard, Elisha Edgerton, Joseph Talcott, esquires. 

Ellington— John Hal!, Asa WUley, Robert Hyde, esq'rs. 

Hebron— Sylvester Gilbert, Joel Jones, Elijah House, 
John H. Wells, Stewart Beebe, Peyton R. Gilbert, Ralph 
It. Ucllo, George Gillett, esquires. 

Sowers— Calvin Pitkin, Giles Pease, Benjamin Phelps, 
esquires. 

Stafford -Ebenezer Gay, Samuel Willard, Daniel Peck, 
Benning Mann, Calvin Edson, esquires. 

Vernon- Oliver King, Phineas Talcott, Alexander M'Lean, 
♦squires. 

Union— Samuel Crawford, Abijah Sessions, William Fos- 
ter, esquires. 

Willingion— Zebulon Crocker, Caleb Walker, Rhodol- 
phus Wood worth, esquires. 

FKACTiSINO ATTORNEYS, 

Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 

Tolland— Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns* 
Alfred Smith, esquires. 

BoUon—§[\i\ I A Ivord, jr . esq. 

Coventry— Jeremiah Parish, esq. 

Ellington — Asa Willey, esq, 

Hebron— Stuart Becbe, Samuel G. Strong, Ralph Gilbert t 
t squires. 

..Vomers— Walter R. Kibbe, Nathan Cofrley, esquires. 

Stafford— Beaniog Maun, esq. 



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Willing ton'->ll\\Q<\o]p\\\is Woodworth, 08$ 

Georgo O. Gilbert, esq. Tolland, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Ariel Ladd, Tolland. Aholiub John* 
son, Stafford. Humphrey T. Fuller, Hebron. 
— — Mc' Kinney, Tolland, Gaoler* 

COURTS OF PROBATE, 



If on. 

Hon. 



Districts. 
Hartford Hon. 

New-Haven Hon, 
New -London Hon, 
Fail field 
Windham 
Litchfield 
Midrfletow.n 
Plainfield 
Guilford 
Norfolk 
Woodbury 
Stamford 
Dan bury 
Kast-Haddam 
Norwich 
Forafret 
Sharoa 
Simsbury 
Stoningioli 
Farmington 
Wallingtbrd 
Sa} brook 
Stratford 
East Windsor 
Waterbury 
Nor walk 
New-Milford 
Hebron 
Gr^nby 



Judges. Clerks. 

Jonathan Brace James WeHs 

Elisor Goodrich John 11 Ly»u!c 

Matthew Grtswold Eben'r. Learned 

Samuel Rowland Gersimm Burr 



Hczekiah Ripley 
Fred'k. Wolcott 
Asher Miller 
Rufjs Adams 
Henry EUU 



Samuel Gray 
J. W. Huntiwgtoa 
John Fifck 
Joseph Eaton 
William Todd 



Augu&tus L'ettiboneGeorge B. Holt 
Noah B. Benedict Matthew Miner, je. 
E. Heaven port Joseph Wood 
Daniel B. Cooke Moses Hatch 
Isaac Spencer, 2d. Jared Spencer 
And. Huntington. .!. Huntington 
Lemuel Grosvenor Eben'r. Grosrenor 



Hon, 



Elisha Sterling 
Aaron Austin 
Ralph Hurlbut 
John Mix 
G. W. Stanley 
Jonathan Lay 



Fred'k. A. Sterling 
William Stone 
Alex G. Smith 
Martin Bull 
Joshua Aiwate-r 
Dan Lane 



Hon, Sara'l. W. Johnson Wm. A. Tomiinsoa 



Henry Terry 
John Kingsbury 
Clark Bissel 
D. S, Boardman 
Sylvester Gilbert 
1'ttfcy Willys 



William Dixon 
Bonnet Bronson 
Wm M. Beits 
W.W. BoarUmaii 
Smart B,eebe 
Andrew B, Mi -Iyer 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Mart ford— Enoch Perils, Hezekiah Hunting tQn, Wal- 
ter Mitchell. 

East- Windsor — Sherman Everest 

Granby — Samuel Woodruff. 

JVew-/7awn—-Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, John H* 
Lynde, Sereno E» Dwight, R. I. Ingersoll. 

Derby-* John Humphreys* jun. Josiah Dudley 

Gi»//ortf— -William Todd. 

Jllitford — David B. Ingersoll. 

Walling ford— George W. Stanley. 

iJ\ % e-w-Lo7idon— L. Law, E. Learned, Wrn. T. Brainarcf* 

^orivich— James Lanman, James Stedman, Joseph Wil- 
liams, Henry Strong. 

Daniel Watrous 

Alexander G. Smith 

Wffij Noyes, Charles GriswoM 

Lewis B. Stui ges 

Daniel B. Cooke 

Elisha T. Mills 

Ebenezer Davenport 

Victory Wetmo^e 

Joseph Backus 

Eliphalet Loekwood 

Samuel Perkins 

John Parish 

William T. Williams 

Jed'h. Morse, John M'CIctlaff 

Frederick Wolcott 

Elisha Sterling 

JWuldletown— Stephen T. Hosmer, Matthew T. Rus* 
sel, Levi H Clarke, Chauncey Whittclseyy, 

Uaddvm Linus Parmelee, jun. 

Killing-worth Araaziuh Bray 

Suybrook George W. Jewetf 

Miltm ©auiel Lord 



Colchester 

Slonington 

Jjyme 

Fairfield 

J) anbury 

Hiintingtom 

Stamford 

Stratford 

^Bridgeport 

JVorwalJc 

Windham 

JSrooMyn 

Lebanon 

Woodstock 

X, itch field 

Salisbury 



69 
TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS. 

FOR 1815, 



Towns, 
A si i ford 
Barkhempstead 
Berlin 
Bethlera 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
Bran ford 
Bristol 
Brookneld 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Cliatham 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Danbury 
Derby 
Durham 
East-Haven 
East-Hartford 
East-Haddam 
East-Windsor 
Ellington 
Enfield 
Farmingtoa 
Faii-field 
Franklin 
Glastenbury 
Goshen 
Gran by 
Greenwich 
Grutoa 



Clerks. Collectors. 

Josias Byles Samuel Work 

John Me rill George Merrill 

Roger Riley Luther Beckley 

Samuel Church jr. Leverett Judd 



Daniel Lord 
Asa Wood worth 
Orchard Gould 
Bryan Hooker 
C. Chamberlain 
Simeon Hart 



John Howard, jr. 
Elijah Huntington 
Merrick Lmsly 
Tracy Peck 
Preserve Smith 
William Marks 



Zaohariah Spalding Joseph Prince 
Daniel Frost . Benjamin Delcp 
Ebeuezer Pomeroj Wilium P. R&taefcl 
James Humphrey Ezra Adams, jr. 
Zebulon Penfield Jeremiah Taylor 
Rufus Hitchcock Silas Hitchcock 



Elijah Rockweil 
Daniel Watrous 
Samuel Little 
William Kellog 
Nathan Howard 
Elias Starr 



Theron Rockwell 
John C* Bulkley 
Elam Loomis 
Elias Hart 
Gideon Hollister 
Oliver Shepard 



John L. TomlinsonWilliara Smitfi 
W. G. Chauncey Parsons Coe 
Beta Farnharn 



Samuel Pitkin 
ChrisV C. Gates 
Aaron Bissell 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O Potter 
John Mix 
Samuel (lowland 
Eli Hartshorue 
John Hale 
Adino Hale 
Judah Holcomb 
Hezekiah Tracy 
Amos A. Nile* 



Nathan Andrus 
Chester Wells 
Ozias Holmes 
Select-Men 
Wyllys Russell 
Lot Ki I lam 
Asa Andrews 
Nathan Keers 
Alvan Abel 
Jonathan Wei's 
Jonathan North 
Nathaniel Pratt, jr, 
Ira Lock wo >d 
Stephen Haley 



Towns. 
Guilford 
Ifamden 
Dad dam 
Hamptdfc 
Hartford 
llartland 
Harwington 
Hebron 
Huntingto* 
Kent 

Kdlingworth 
Kihlngly 
Lebanon- 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Men den 
Middlebury 
Middlelowa 
Mil ford 
Mont v Hie 
New-Canaan 
New- Fairfield 
New-Hartford 
New-Haven 
New-London 
New«M;!ford 
Newtown 
>5orth- Haven 
Norfolk 
Nor walk 
Norwiah 

North •StoningtojL 
Oxford 
Plaiulkld 
Plymouth 
Pom fret 
1'reston 
Kedding 
Kidgeiicid 



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Clerks. Collectors 

Samuel Fowler Jason Seward 
Russell Pierpont Leverett Tulila 
John Braioard, 2d. David Walkley 
"Wm. A. Brewster John Holt 
Elisha Colt Josiah Beckwith 

Warham Williams Augustas Lane 
Elijah Gay lord Uriah Hopkins 

John S. Peters Eleazer Post 

Samuel Wheeler Truman Peek 
Lewis St. John William Swift 
Elisha Kelsey, jr. Jeremiah Hull 
Luther Warren Solomon Sikes 
Elisha Hutchinson Jacob M'Catt 
Jedediah Burnham Roswell Adams 
Moses Seymour Samuel W right 
NathaniclMatson Stephen Lay 
John Salter John Gilbert, jr. 

David B. Ripley Joel Washburn 
Isaac Lewis Samuel Yale r 

L- ToVhsend Horace Bronson 

John Fisk Sylvester Wilcox 

Samuel IJigley Samuel Down 
Azel Rogers Ephraim Fellow3 

Samuel St. John Enos Weed 
Abel Gregory t Levi Bearsse 
Asa Goodwin Matthew Gil'et 

Elisha Munson John Skinner 
David Coit Joseph Smith 

Elisha Boslwick Phiio Noble 
Caleb Baldwin Rhesa Foot 

Daniel Pierpont John Gill 
Auren Roys Thomas Curtis 

Benjamin Laacs Samuel Burwe ; l 
Philip Huntington Thorns H. Bush neH 
Stephen Avery Ichabod Brown 
Hosea Dutton Isaiah Gandee 

Squire Cady Wm. E Robinson 

Joseph A. Wright Aaron Fenn, jr. 
T. M. Grosvenor David R. Warner 
John Morgan, jr. JohnT. Molt 
Jonathan N, SanVord Benjamin Meeker 
baniucl Stebbins WUiiaiia De Forrest 



Twin*. 
K ox bury 
Mali 3 bury 
•Say !>rook 
Sharon 
Sherman 
Somers 
Pouthingfton 
Spnthbury 
(Stafford 
Stamford 
Sterling 
"toniugtori 
Stratford 
SufHuld 
Simshury 
Thompson 
Totywd 
TdVrington 

Trumbull 

Vernon 

Vcluntown 

Waliingford 

Warren 

Washington 

Water bury 

Waterford 

Wr.tertov/n 

Weston 

Wethcrsfield 

Willington 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

Woodbridga 

Woodbury 

Woodstoak 

Woloott 

Tlie jarcgaing 
Clerks, mads to 
which ii has been 



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(Plerfa. 
Eliliil Canfield 

A^a Hutchinson 
Clark Nbtt 
Israel Camp 
David Northrop 
Jabez Coll iris 
Lucas Curtis 
John Moseley 
Samuel Blodgct 
Samuel Hoyt, jr« 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Deahe 
Elijah Uflbot 
Oliver Pease 
Benjamin E,ly 
John Nichols, jr. 



Condor*. 
Charles T!ioma% ye* 
Newman Holler 
Augustus Chalker 
Amos Beeper 
Harrison (latch 
Lnke Kihhe 
Xlphiu Clark 
Richard Smith 
Josiah Converse 
Isaac Bishop 
Caleb Thayer * 
Z. CheeseDi*cr 3iT. 
John Thompson 
Jonathan Pome** 
James C Cornish 
Jacoh Dresser, jr. 



FJi'm. H. WiiliamsStephen Griggs 
John Glikt Barziilai Hudson 



EUakim !5eaeh 
Robert Lawson 
Oliver King; 
James Alexander 
linnn Munson 
George Starr- 
I), B. Brinsraade 
John Kingsbury 
Caleb Reynold 
Aner Bradley 
Nathan Wheeler 



Daniel Waklee 
Sara'l. Crawford, jr. 
Thos. W. Kellogg 
Samuel Robbing 
Dielcerman Hall 
Piatt Starr 
John M. Ford 
Luther Gibbard 

T. Baldwin, jr. 
Stephen Jennings 



Fzekiel P. Beiden Amos A. Webster 
Xebuion Crocker David Freeman 



Samuel Bidden 
Hezekinh Ripley 

Elisha N. Sill 
Bliphaz Alvord 
Justus Thomas 
Nathan Preston 
John Pox 
Isaac Hroiiaon 



S.Comstock, Vd. 
Guidon Tracy 
Jacob LooriaiSjjr. 

Roger Coe 
Sheldon Ifotehki-is 
David Broth well 
Luther Haw son 
Thomas Upson 



h'st is luktn from the returns oj the Town 

the Slate Treasurer j'a May t 1815, w#Ji 
carefully compared. 



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SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 

GEORGE gillet, esq, Hebran, Tolland County, Surveyer 
eneral. 
DEPUTY SURVEYORS, 

County of Hartford — William Olrastead, of East- Hartford. 
bounty of ' Ntxo- Haven — Moses Beech, of Wallingford. 
County of New- London — Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
County of Fairfield— J o%e\)h Moss White, of Danbury. 
County of Windham — Lemuel Ingale, of Pomfrct. 
County of Litchfield— William AI. Burrall, of Canaan. 
(bounty of Middlesex — Dan Lane, cf Killingworth. 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS AND FELLOWS 

@j the Connecticut Medical Society, in Convwiiion, 
October 1,1815 
Mason F. Cogswell, m. d. President* 
Thomas Hubbard, m. d Vice-President. 
Doctor J oseph Foot, Secretary* 
Doctor Itfohard Ely, Treasurer. 

Fellows from the several Counties. 
HARTFOBD COUNTY. 
Solomon Evei^est, m. d. Simeon Field> John Bestor, m« 13. 
£li Todd, M. d. Sylvester Weils. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 
Joseph Foot, m. d. Anson Foot, Pearl Craft?, Jonathan 
Kcighl, William Tulley. 

NEW -LONDON COUNTY. 
Avery Downer, Elisha North, M. d. John O. filler, 
George Tisdale, Thomas Coit. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 
Gideon Beard sley, Daniel Corastodk, Benjamin Curtiss, 
Alfred II. Betts, Noah A. Laeey. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 
Thomas Hubbard, m,. d. Fennel Hutchms, liufas Joh&« 
son, Joseph Palmer, j'r. Andrew Harris. 



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LITCHFIELD county, 
Nathaniel Perry, Jesse Carrhigton, Warren R. Fowier^ 
Elijah Lyman, Jthiel Williams. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 
Richard Ely, Samuel Garter, Thomas Miner. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 
Nathan Howard, John S. Peters, Daniel Peck. 

— cooo— 

Clerks of the several Counties* 
Hartford County — Nathaa Strong, jr. uf Hartford. 
J\eiv-Haven County — Timothy P. Beers, of New- Haven. 
•Aew London 'County — Elisha North, m. d. of X. London. 
Fairfield County— Alfred H. Belts, of Dan bury. 
Windham County — William A. Brewster, ot Hampton. 
Jji+chfield County— "Elijah Lyman, of Torriugton. 
•Middlesex County'— Samuel Carter, of Say brook* 
Tolland County — Joki* S. Peters, of Hebron. 

Committee of Examination -with the JlZedicul Professors of 

Yale College. 
Drs. Joseph Foot, Thomas Hubbard, and Nathan Strong, jr. 

The following Physicians -were appointed Examining Com* 
mi f tec 8 7i the different Counties 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Doctors, SyU eater Weils, Nathan strong, jr. Jonathan 
H. Sparhawk. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

Doctors, Anson Foot, Timothy P. Beers, William Tully. 

N E W LO >. D O * COU N ff Y. 

Doctors, Thomas Coit, Eiisha North, m. d. George Tis- 
dale. 

FAIR FIE ID COJNTY. 

Doctors, Gideon Shepard, m. d. Gideon Beardsley, Noah 
A. Lucy. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Doctors, Joseph Palmer, jr. Andrew Harris, William A. 
Brewster, 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Doctors, Nathaniel Perry, Warren tt. fowler, Jesse Car- 

rtngtan. 



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MJEDLT2SKX COUNTY. 

Doctors, Jesse Bigelow, Sylvester Buckley, William S, 
Pierson. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Doctors, Rhodoiphus Ladd, Chester Carpenter, EleaT-er 
lluat 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, 

PRACTISING IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT* 

OCT* J\ r eat\y all the Physicians practice Surgery in some 
canes ; but those only are^ classed here under the head of 
'* Surgeons" whose practice is confined in that depart- 
ment. From this general observation, however, must be\ 
exempted a few instances, vvhere the names of persons e-l 
fjuaJhf eminent in both departments, are arranged under 
both head*. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

Hartford. Barwick Bruce, Charles Mather, Mason F 
Cogswell, m. d. Sylvester Wells, Leonard Bacon, Judai 
Bliss, Jonathan H. Sparhawk, m. t>. Nathan Strong, jr. 

Berlin. Adna Stanley, John Andrews, Jasiah M. Ward] 
Harvey Robinson, Samuel Hart 2d. David Carpenter 

Bristol. Titus Merriman, Miles C. Francis, 

Burlington. Perez Mann, Aaron Hitchcock, Samut 
Drown son. 

Canton, Solomon Everest, m. d. William Everitt, Ber 
jfltnin Weed, jun. 

East -Hartford. George Griswold, Timothy Hall, rf r 
David Bcmys. 

East-Windsor. Elihtt Tudor, Daniel Porter, Elijah I 
Heed, Henry A. Porter. 

Enfield. Simeon Field. 

FarmingtGn. Eh Todd, u. d. Asahel Yale, John I 
Hart. 



Glastcnbury. Asaph Coleman, Norman Lyman, Ralr 
Carter. 

Granhy. Eliphalet Buck, Gideon Case Marcus Potte 
Daniel Benjamin, Joseph F. Jewett, Silas Mcachum. 



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Uartland. Philander -Humphrey, Nathaniel Bos wo rttij 

JSiarl borough. Daniel Smith, 

Sims bury* John Bestor, m. d. 

Southing ton. josiah Root, Mark Newell, Timolhy Jones, 
Horace Ames. 

Suffleld* Howard Alden, Oliver Pease, John W. Hanch- 
ett. 

IVelhersfield. Daniel Fuller, Samuel B. Woodward, Ar- 
chibald Hall, Robinson. 

Windsor. Hezekiah Chaffee, Christopher Wolcott, Abel 
Simmons, George Pratt, James E, Mart. 

SURGEONS. 

Bart ford. Mason F. Cogswell, m. d. Dwell Morgan. 

Canton.. Solomon Everest, m. d. 
MasUllarlford. Timothy Hall, m. d. 

COUNTY OF NETT-UA.VEN. 

New-Haven. Eneas M'unson, m d. Levi Ives, m. d. Na- 
than Smith, m. ©. Obadiah Hot ch kiss, Elijah MMnson ; Eli 
Ives, m. d James Gilbert, Jonathan Knight, Timothy P 
Beers. 

Branford. Jared Foot, Reuben Linsley, Orchard Gould, 
Heman P. Brooks, Lyman Parker. 

Cheshire. Thomas T. Cornwall, Charles Shelton, Wil- 
liam L Foot, Chauncey B, Foot. 

Derby. Edward Crafts, Liberty Kimherley, Pearl Crafts. 
1 East-Haven. Bela Farnham. 

Guilford. Jonathan Todd, M d. David S. Brooks, Jared 
Redfield, Lyman Strong, Anson Foole, Samuel Fitch. 

liamden* Return E. Jones, Chauncey Andrews. 

%Meviden. lsarc I. Hough. 

JSliddlebury. Stephen S. Hawley. 

Jlh'/ord. Caleb A ustin, John Carrington, And'w French, 
William Tulicy. 

.North- Haven. Joseph Foot. 

Oxford. Hosea Duttpn, Ahiram Stoddard, Noah Sloae. 

Southbnry. Anthony Bun itt, Herman M.Clark. 

Waterhuvy. Joseph Porter, Edward Field, Niraroi 
lull, J"ohn B.Johnson. 

Walling ford. John Andrews, Jared P. Kirtland. 
w| Woodbridge, Jehiel Cartel, Isaac Goodseli. 

Wolcott 3 J ohn Potter^ Ambrose Ives. 



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SURGEONS* 

J\ f cii> ffavm. Nathan Smith, h. d. Jonathan Knight. 
Derby. Silas Baldwin* 
Wallingford. Moses Gaylord. 
Wuterburifr Jesse Porter. 

COUNTY OF NEW-L9KD0K. 

Aew-Lendon. Thomas Coit, Samuel H. P. Lee, Elisha 
North, m. d. A rchil*ald Mercer. Samuel Hunting, Dyev 
Troop Brainard, Nathaniel S. Perkins. 

JVoi~ivich* Philemon Tracy, George Tisdale, John Tar» 
ner, Thomas B. ttaswell 

Boxrah. John Scott, Charles Smith. 

Colchester. John R. Walrous, m. d. Uo\rel Rogers, Eli- 
jah Butts, Eztkiel Parsons. 

Franklin, Benjamin Ellis, Elijah Hartshorn, Reuben Bur. 
gess 

Groton. John O. Miner, John Smith. 

Lisbon* Jedediah Burnham, John Grant. 

Lyme, Samuel Mather, m.. d. Phineas Hyde, Vine Ufc< 
ley/johnL. Smith, John C -VI. Brockway, Sylvester Woos 
ter y Marvin Smith. 

•Montville. Ephraim Fellows. 

North- Stoning ton. JoKn Billings, Thomas T. Wells, 

Preston Avery Downer, Bishop Tyler, Benjamin Har 
ris, Eleazer B. Downing, George Downer. 

Stoningtoru William Lord, William Robinson, Wiiftan 
Hyde. 

ffcitevford. James Rogers. 

SURGEONS. 

New-London. Elisha North, m. d. 
Norwich. John Turner. 
Colchester* Jojin R. Watrcus, m. d. 



j»on . 7 

D anbury. Daniel Comstock, jr. Alfred H. Betts, Ncs 
Lindley, Samuel Banks, Ansel Hoyt, Jahez Starr 

MroQkfield* Eli Perry, Noah A. Lacy, 



COUKTY OF FAIRFIELD, 

K Hi 

Fairfield. Hosea llurlbut, M. d. David Hull, David Kiel hk 
ond," William B. Nash. lit 



a 



77 

Creznrokh. Chirk Sanford, Shadrach Mead, Burma 
%\v<m], Eiisha R. Belcher. 

Huntington. William Shelton, Gideon Beardslee, fcevi 
Beardslee, John A. Tomliuson, Sylvester Woo«ter. 

>Ne~tv-Canaan> Joseph Silliman, Samuel S. Noyes. 

JSfew-Fairfield. Isaac Knapp. 

bA« xototuru Benn.et Perry, Gideon Shepardj vi. D. Oliver 
feaneroft, Benjamin Curtiss, jr. John Judson. 

J\ % ur?va!k. Pbineas Miller, Jonathan Knight. 

Sherman-, John Orton. 

Redding. Thomas Davis, John Tomlinson, Joseph 0« 
tlel!, A arm Lyon, 

Ridgefiehl" David Perry, Amos Baker, Kehcmiah Per- 
ry, Hall. 

Stamford. Samuel Webb, Nathaniel Hubbard, John Au- 
gur, Vvacren Percival, Thomas Close 

Stratford- *JamesE Beach, Charles TomUn son, *Dan- 
iel Beard, * Nathan Tisdalc, David M. Rogers, William T. 
|$helton. 

Trumbull. Stephen Middlebrook, Elijah Middlebrook, 
M. D. Isaac Jennings. 

Weston. Gabriel Baldwin, Uriah Parrock, Nathan J* 
Bennett. 

Wilton. Abraham Chichester, David Wiltord. 

1 Jkt Bridgeport. 

SURGEONS* 

Fairfield. David Richmond. 
Greenwich. Eiisha Belcher. 
Newtown. Ben net Perry. 
Stratford. Nathan Tisdale. 
Trumbull. Elijah Middlebrook, M, ©. 

CdUNTY OF WTMBHAX. 

Win dham.— Christopher S. Avery, David Currier; dies* 
:er Hunt. 

Ashford. — Joseph Palmer, Andrew Huntington, Joseph 
P* aimer, jr. 

JSrooklyn.—* Ebenezer Baker, Waldo Hutchins, Jeptha 
v^iwebbard. 

Ca»fci^«rjr.—-Kufus' Johnson, Elijah Baldwin. 

Cdmnbiu*— Silas tfalier. . 



78 

Hampton.— John Brewster, Jacob Hovey, Charles Moul- 
ton, William A. Brewster. 

Killing-ley. — Penuel Rutohtns, Robert Grosvenor, — 
Hnlett. 

Lebanon. — Thaddeus Clark, Erastti3 Osgood, Daniel 
Hutchinson, Ezekiel Skinner. 

Mam field. — Jabez Adams, Roger Waldo, Isaac Ilcve} r , 
Karl Swift. 

Plainjlehh — Siah Fuller, Jared Fuller, — — Greene, 
Mowry Burgess. 

Pomfret. — Thomas Hubbard, u. n. Darius Hutchins, 
Benjamin Hubbard. 

Sterling-. — Thomas Backus, John Patridge, Oliver Ilulett. 

'J'hompson. — James Webb. 

Voluntoivn.— Allea Campbell Daniel Campbell. 

Woodstock.— Ebenezer Bishop, Amasa Carrol, Joseph* 
JSeagrave, Thomas Morse, Daniel Lyman, Amos Carrol. 

SURGEONS. 

A&hford — Joseph Palmer, W, 
Canterbury. — Andrew Harris. 
Lebanon.— Bencni Sweet, 
JWanzf.eld —Roger Waldo. 
Pomfret, — Thomas Hubbard, M. u. 
Woodstock. — Daniel Ly er*an. 



COUNTY OP LITCHFIELD. 

Litchfield. — Daniel Sheldon, Joseph Parker, Win. Bue*, 
Abel Cat'.in, 2d. Partridge Parsoas, Reuben S. Woodward, 
Samuel Buel, John M. We*t. 
. Barkhempstead. — Amos Beether. 

Bethlem. — Conant Catlin. 

Canaan .-— Joshua Cornwell, Ovid Plumb. 

Colebrook. — Jesse Carrir.gton, Lancelot Phelp3. 

Cornwall.— Josepb Notth, John Calhoun,, 

Goshen. — Erastus L. Hart. 

IJarivinglcn— Timothy Clark, Roswell Abernethy. 

Kent. — John Kaymond, Wells Beardsiey, Stephen Ben. 
flett^ 

Jt'ew Hartford. — Andrew Abernetby. 

J\ r ew-Mitfard.<-- F,bene2.er Smith, JehieVWUU&ins, Isra$ 
Graves, Reuben Warr.tr. jr. 

•A orfolh\— Jfofljamjii \Yekh, 



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Plymouth.— Ozias Warner, Gideon Woodruff, David 
Warner. 

Ixoxbury-— .Tosiah R Eastman, Anson Leavenworth. 

Salisbury. — William Walton, James R. Dodge, Asahel 
Humphrey, Perry Pratt. 

Sharon'— -Samuel Rockwell, John W. Smith, John Sears, 
Curtis I. Hurd, Elmore Everitt. 

Torrington — Samuel Wooiward, M. d. Elijah Lyman, 
Erastus fcJancraft. 

Warren — Aaron Coleman. 

Washington* — Warren R. Fowler, Ira V. Bronson. 

Watertown. — Samuel Elton. Anson Tuttle. 

Winchester.'-' Truman S. Wetmore, Lumar. Wakefield. 

Woodbury.— Nathaniel Perry, Henry T. Orion, David 
Orton. 

SURGEONS. 

Litchfield.— Robert Catlin. 

Sharon. — Samuel R. Granger. 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

Middletotvn.— John Osborn, Ebenezer Tracy, Tsaa* 
JJonckliog, Thomas Miner, jr. William M. Hand. 

Jfaddam. — Sylvester Bulkley, Jesse Wright. 

Chatham — John Richmond, Isaac Smith, jr. David B. 
lol lister. 

Durham— William S. Pierson. 

East. Saddam. — Augustus Mather, Jonah Cone, 2d. Jes- 
|b Bigelow, David Johnson, Asa M. Holt. ■ ■ " ' ■ Hoot. 
| Kiding'ivorth.—' Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hill, Rufus 
Turner. 

Saybrook. — Elisha Mather, Richard Ely, Samuel Carter, 

benezer Cone, Gideon A. Dickinson. 
SURGEONS, 

Middletotvn . — E h e n eze r T raey. 

Saybrook. — Richard Ely. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 
Tolland. — Gurdon Thompson, Ahijah Ladd, jr. Benjamin 
twine. 
( £efrcw.- : ich&{3od Warjaer, Eleazcr WKr*T> 



so 

Cofctafry.—ftaOian Kovard, Ebenezer Hunt, l&aniel 
jLvp.vy, — — . Bnrnham. 

Milijigtoh, — Allyn Hyde. 

Hebron* — John's. Peters, John Payne, Gaylord Wells, 
Samuel Simonds. 

Somer*. — John Wood, 7/oratio A. Hamilton, Charles W. 
Kibbe. 

Stafford —•> Sarattel Willard, Daniel P*ek, Josiah Con- 
verse, jr. Rcdolphus Ladd. 

femon.—- Sooitoway Hinkley« 

Union,-*-- Shubael Hammond. 

yViliington. -—Chester Carpenter. v 
SURGEONS; 

Bolton.*" -Jabez L. White. 

Hebron.—' John S, Peters. 

SOCIETY OF FREE MASONS. 

OFFICERS OF KNIGHT TEMPLAR'S ENCAMPMENT* 
James Baxter, Captain General. 
James Ward, 1st Captain. 
David Deming, 2d Captain. 
Ebene2er Perkins, Marshal. 
John R= Watrous, Secretary. 
Asa Bigelow, Treasurer. 

GRAND CHAPTER OF CONNECTICUT^ 

The folio-wing Companions ivere elected to the offices res- 
pectively annexed U their names for the year ensuing, tM 

third Tuesday of May, Anno /?. A. M> 3815 : — viz. 
M. E. John R. Watrons, s. h. p. 

I* -, d. c. H. P. 

John M. Gannett, G K. 

Levi H. Clarke, G. s. 

Henry Champion, G. Treasurer. 

Chauneey Whktelsey, g Secretary. 

Roger Searl, G. Chaplain. 

Consider Sterry, g. Marshal. 

Samuel Bailey, G. Centinel. 
. The Grand Convocations are holden semi annually, a! 
Hartford on the third Thursday of M%y, and at New-lla 
Ven oix the tl;ir<i Tuodlyr <£ October, ta each year. 



Us 



81 

The Chapters under the jurisdiction b'f the Grand Rcjcu 

Jlrch Chapter, are asfuilorjs : — viz, 
Hiram Chapter, No. 1. New- ; ( Trinity Chapter, No. <}• 
. 'own. Windham. 

Franklin Chapter, No. 2. j Fidelity Chapter, No. 10. 

New-Haven. Woodbury. 

Solomon's Chapter, No. 3,' ■ Rittenhouse Chapter No. II. 



Derby. 

Franklin Chapter, No. 4. 
Norwich. 

Vandenbi 6ck Chapter xCo. 5. 

. Colchester. 

Washington Chapter, No. 6. 
Middietcyn. 

Union Chapter, No. 7. Mew. 
London. 

Lynch Chapter, No #. Hed- 
ging and Weston. 



Stamford. 
! Warren Chapter, No. 12*. 

Pom fret. 
Jerusalem Chapter, No. 15. 

Stratford. 
Hamilton Chapter, No. 14. 

Rent. 
Meridian Chapter, No. 15. 

Darius Chapter, No. 1C. 



OFFICERS ©F THE GRAND L.ODGE OF CONNE'CTiCUr, 



M. W Stephen T. Hnsmer, O. ii. 
ft W. Solomon Co wles, d. g. it. 

W. Aaron Smith, s. g \v. 

W. James Ward, j. g. w. 

W. Henry Champion, G. T. 

\V* John Mix, g. s. 

W. John H Lynde, s. G. D. 

W. Levi H. Clarke, j. g d. 

Iter. Boger Searle, g. Chaplain. 



Raster lodges in Connecticut: 



A;< : 



1 . Hiram , New-Haven 
ft. St. John's, Middle own 

5, St. John's, Bridgeport 
4. St. John's, Hartford 
£. U i i ion , G re e n w i c.h 

6. St. John's, Norwiilk 



7. Kin«* Solomon's, Wood- 

bury 

8. St. John's, Stratford 
0. Compass, Wallingford 

10. Wooster, Colchester 
11. St. Paul's, Litvi&elc! 



82 
19.. King Hiram, Derby 

13. Montgomery, Salisbury 

14. Frederick, Farmington 

15. Moria, Canterbury 

16. Temple, Cheshire 

17. Federal, YValertowii- 

18. Hiram, Newtown 
19 v Washington, Hunting- 
ton 

20; Harmony, Berlin 
21. St. Peter's, N. Mil ford 
2& Hart's, Woodbridge 
$3- St James', Preston 
£4. Uriel, Mansfield 
25 Columbia, Stepney 
2€. Columbia, &. \ fad' lam 
27. Rising Sun, Washing- 
ton 
£8. Morning Star, East- 
Windsor 
£9. Village, New Hartford 
30 Day Spring, Ham den 
3i. Union, New-London 
32. Mercian Sun, War- 
ren 

Grand communication to be 
and at New-Haven, in October, 



S3. Friendship, Southing- 
ton 

34. Somerset, Norwich 

35. Aurora, i/arwington 

36. St. Mark's, Granny 

37. Western Star, Norfolk 

38. St. Alban's, Guilford 
£9. Ark, Weston 

40. Union, Dan burr 

41. Federal, Brook field 

42. //armony, Water bury 

43. Trinity, Killingwortli 

44. Eastern Star, Lebanon 
and Windham 

45. Pythagoras, Lyme 
4o. Putnam, Pom fret 

47. Morning Star, Oxford 

48. SuLuke, Kent 
49 Jerusalem, Ridgefield 

50. Warren, Andover 

51. Warren, Chester 

52. Mount Olive 

53. Widow's Son, North-] 
Stonington 

54. Hamilton, Sharon 
made at Hartford, in MayJ 
annually. 



MINISTERS AND CHuRCHES. 



COUN'IY OF HARTFOKD. 



ffiwtftrd 
Rev. Nathan Strong, d. d. 

Abel Flint 

Nathan Perkins, D. D. 

Philander Chase E 

Kiisha Cttshman B 

Merlin — tfeuoii i Up son 

John Smalley, i>. d. ? 

ivevvton Skinner £ 



Samuel Goodrich 

Plurality 
Bristoi — Jonathan Cone 

Daniel Wild man 
Burlington — Jona. Miller 

"V^oant 
Can loii' — Jeremiah Halloc] 

Jfcred Mills 
Em t'llartjord — Vacant 



&3 



Elisha Cooke 

Vacant B 

East- Win dsor 

David M'Clure, d. d ? 

Thomas llubbins \ 

Shubael Bartfeit 

Nathaniel Muse E 

Enfield — Vacant 

Vacant AC 

Vacant B 

Farmhi 3'ion — -Noah Porter 

Ruias I'lawley 
Gtastenburij — P JIawes 

Joseph Strong 

Plurality E 

Gra»57/— Isaac Porter 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Vacant 13 

Hart land" A rami Linsley 

Nathaniel Gay lord 
Marlborough 



David B. Ripley 
Symsbury — Allen M'Lean 
' Plurality R 

Vacant B 

Southlngion 

William Robinsou 

Plurality E 

Vacant B 

Sitffieltl— Ebenezer Gay 

Joseph Mix 

Asael Morse B 

Caleb Green B 

Weatherafield 

John Marsh, r>. D. 

Joab Brace 

Calvin Chapin 

JVm. B entky B 

Windsor 

Henry A. Rowland 

John Bartlett 

Vacant 

AbelGillet B 

Frederick Chapman B 



COUNTY OF 

New -Haven 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor 

Samuel Merwin 

Timothy D wight, i>. z>. 

Harry Croswcll E 

Vacant 
Bradford 

Timothy P. Gillett 

JVlatthew Noyes 

Charles At water 

Elijah G.Plumbe E 
Cheshire 

Humphrey M. Perine 

Vacant 

Reuben Ives E 

Vacant B 

Berby— Zepheniah Swift 
Abaer Smith 



NEW-HATEN. 

Richard Mansfield > 

Calvin White J 

East-Haven— Saul Clark 

Plurality E 

Guilford— Aaron Dutton 

John Elliott 

William F. Vail 

John \i\y 

David Baldwin E 

Plurality E 

Hcmden 

Eliphalet B. Coleman 

Abraham Allin 

Plurality E 

Meriden — Erastus Ripley 

Plurality E 

Samuel Miller & 

Vacau 



-i 



*M!t$iikhti¥ij*'%Hx\ Stead j Sennet Tjler 



tf/mivi-ifc^aleel ftaaeo 

Caleb Fi.kin 
Krastus Soranton 
Vacant E 

JVorili-fkiven 

Benj. Trumbtdl, i>. x>. 
Vacant E 

Vacant B 

(Oxford 
' Vacant 
CiiaiUitev Prmdfe B 
—- TT - Humphrey E 
Plurality E 

os uihbiiryT*. Vacant 



WoMngfprd 

James Noyes 
Vet-ant % 

Joshua Bradley H 

Vacant B 

i¥ai;wt:vr\}— Luke 'Wood 
Stephen Bodd , 

Vacant E 

IVrjfooit < ' Ke) es 

Woodlridge 
Jason Allen 
Nat.h'i CL Huntington 
"Vacant E 



count! of 

J^cro- London 
Key. Abel M'Ewen 

Solomon Biaksfee* E 

Neherniah Dodge U 

jftc rr^ A — D a v S<1 A a s t i n 

rriiliam Palmer B 

Colchester — Sam.ii 1 1 Con 6 

KjUimnre'I D wight 
w *#masa! Loo mis ' 

/ItlSiam Wilte? B 

Vacant B 

Frank tin — Vacant 

VafeAiit 

•Silas Burrows 

John U. Wigldman 
Linton—- Levi Nclsoh 

Audiew Lee, D. d. 

Ami's Reed 
JT;, ??,e— Lathi -op Rockwell 

Hawea 

Vatarit 
„ Asa /Mlcox B 

Matthew Bolfes B 



AC 
B 
B 



B 



iSEW-LONDON. 

Vacant ^ AG 

MoMville — Aoisha Aiden 
Vacant 

Robert Fargo AC 

Kcuben ralfne'r B 

Norwich 

Joseph Strong, d. d. 
Alfred Mitchell 
John Tyler E 

John Sterry J J 

JfoHh* Stonivgton — Vacant 
Vacant B 

Simeon Brown B 

Prestc?i~~3 uhu Hyde 
Horatio Waldo 
Plurality E 

Vacant *5G 

Vacant B 

Sioningto7i—\vn first 

E. Chesebrough B 

Asher Miner B 

Water ford 

. Zadock. Darrov B 



COUNTY OF 

Pairfdd 
Hew i Ictnan Humphreys 

Htpelttab ttipley, ©• d. 

Willinni Belden 

Philo Sheltoa E 

Vacant B 

Brcokfield — Bela Kellogg 

Plurality E 

J)anbury—r William Andrews 

Vacant 

Reuben Ifubbard E 

Eben'r. White Sand* 



Nathan Buckley 
Grawvtic/i-r-Vacant 

Isaac Lewis, D, v* 
plurality 

Nathaniel Finch, jr. 

Drake Nelson ; 
Huntington 

David Ely, d. d. 

Vacant 

Menzies Itayner 
\^Teio-Can(tan 

William Bonney 

Plurality 
\J\ e?j- Fairfield 

Medad Rogers 
^JVewtown — Jehu Clark 

Daniel Burhans 

Vacattf 



B 



*5 

FAIKFIELD, 

Solomon (Hover U 

JVbrwc/fc-r-Uo swell Ji. Swan 
Bethel JufW E 

Redding — Daniel Crocker 

llidgcjield—^ acant 
Vacant 

Plurality E 

Vacant K 

Sherman-r-yinhhy Qelston 

Stamford — Daniel Smiih 
Amzi Lewis 
Will lam Fisher 
Piatt Buffet 

Jonathan Judd E 

i /rede rick Smith 7 
Marmaduk * Earl J 

Stratford — 

Matthew 11. Dutton 
Elijah Waterman 
As'hbel Baldwin 1% 

Plurality E 

Vacant D 

7 \umbull~T -Vacant 

Plurality FJ 

Weston — Vacant 

David Belden, (D.) E 

JTifro?*-T-Syivatius Height 
PtaraHty . E 

•fs^wSt John ]$ 



COUNTY OF 
Windham 
^ev, Cornelius B. Everest 
Jesse Fisher 
Vacant AC 

Vacant B 

Vacant B 

khford — Philo Judson 
Ho His Sampson 



WINDHAM. 

William Storrs 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Frederick Whitman 
Brooklyn 

Luther Wilson 

Josiah Whitney, D. D 

Vacant 



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■Canterbury— Asa Mcecli 

Erasius Learned 
Cain mbia — T h o m as I i i cfo 
ifttinpton — Ludo v icus Weld 

Vacant B 

Killingly-^i I \ s h a' A tk i n s 

Israel Day 

KosweH VVhilmore 

Cal»in Cooper ' B 

Lebanon — ^fealon Elv 

William B Kipley 

John H, Fowler 

Vacant 

- — — Putnam B 

JlfamfieUl — 

Samuel P. Williams 

Moses (J\ Welch, d. b. 

Vacant 

Jonathan -Goodwin I] 



Plainfieal 

Joel Benedict, D. u. 

Xs-.thanie? Coie 
Pcr.ifh>t—3 h m es Porter 

Walter L)cn 

James Grow 
Sterling — Va cunt 
y7;&m/>Ww«~i)ar.icl Dow 

Pierson Crosby 
Voluntn-ivn — — Johnson 

Vacant 

Vacant 
Wooddtock — 

Eliphalet Lyman 

— Backus 

Alvin Underwood 

George Angell 

Vacant 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



Litchfield 




Timothy Stone 




Kfcjr> Lymai* Beccher 




Vacant 




"Vacant 




Vacant 


E 


Joseph E. Camp 




Goshen — Joseph Harvey. 




Vacant 




Hartvington 




Truman Marsh ? „ 
Isaac Jones ^ ' 




Joshua Williams 






Frederick Hoicomb 


E 


Barkhempstead 




Kent — Asa Blair 




Eiihu Mason 




Sturges Gilbert 


E 


Vacant 


E 


J\eiv- -Hart ford 




Bethlem — Vacant 




Qy rus Yale 




Plurality 


E 


Vacant 


B 


Canaan — Charles Prentice 


Ne-w-Milford 




Pitkin Cowles 




Andrew Elliott 




Vacant 


B 


Vacant 




Plurality 


E 


Benjamin Berihain . 


E 


Colebrook 




Norfolk — Vacant 




Chauncey Lee 




Plymouth— ■Luther Hart 




Rufus Babcock 


B 


Roger Searle 


ft 


Corft-ivalt 




Plurality 





Roxlnrit 




Washington 




PWdick Harrison 




Vacant 




Plurality 


E 


Samuel Whittlesey 




Isim- Putter 


15 


Pluralily 


E 


SqUs bury — Vacant 




Plurality 


E 


-Vacant 


E 


TVat?-mwi—\J ric\ G |4d 


lev 


Sharon — David L. Perry 




Vacant 


E 


Orange Lyman 




Winchester 




llezekiah West 


P, 


Frederick Marsh 




Plurality 


E 


James Beech 




Torringtoh 




Asa T-almndge 


P» 


Alexander Cillet 




Isaac Bellows 


B 


Samuel J. Mills 




fVc odbury 




Vacant 


B 


Henry P. Strong 




Warren— Peter Stan- 




J.D VViiton 


e 


Vacant 


B 


I 





COTOFY OF MIDDLESEX 



Jlliddietoivn 




Joseph Vaii 




lleY. Dan Huntington 




Vacant 


£ 


Birdsey G. Noble, 


E 


Simeon Dickersqn 


B 


Joshua E. Williams 




Iladdam — David D. Field 




Vacant 




Vacant 


B 


Thomas Miner 




KillingTvorth—ymc^n t 




Benjamin Graves 


AC 


Asa King 




George Phippen 


B 


Plurality 


fe 


Vacant 


B 


John Waterhouse 


B 


Chatham — Vacant 




Vacant. 




David Selden 




Saybrook 




Joel West 




Fred ; k. W, Hotchkbs 


Smith Miles 


E 


Aaron Hovey 




Welch 


B 


Sylvester Selden 




Durham— David Smith 




Vacant 




- Vacant 


E 


Vacant 


B 


East-Haddam 




Samuel West 


U 


Elijah Parsons 




Vacant 


B 


William. L via an j d. 


p. 







8S 



COUNTY C 

Tolland 
Jlev. N. Williams, p. D. ? 

Ansel Nash S 

U. Bolles B 

Bolton — — Parmelee 

Coventry — Ghauncey Booth 

Ephraim T. Woodruff 

Hoyal Tyier 
Ellington 

Diodate Brock way 
Hebron-— Amos Basse tt 

Nathan Gillet 



TOLLAND* 

Vacant 
•Sowers— William L. 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Samuel Bloss> jr. 
Union — ^Vacant 
Vernon-*-Ebenzzev Kellcgg 
Wilhngton 

Hahhil Loomis 

David Liiiibridge $ 



Strong 



B 



Li?t of unsettled Ministers $ as reported to the General As* 
sociutiou of Connecticut, June, 1815. 

Kev. Messrs. David \svry f Mansfield ; David Bacon, 
Hartford j Simon Backus, Bridgeport ; Daniel C. Bariks^ 
Fairfield \ Jonathan Bartlett, Redding ; Gershom Buckley, 
Middletown ; Aaron Church, Hartland ; Abraham Fowler* 
Waterbury ; Nathaniel Freeman, Oxford ; Calviu Ingals, 
Stafford ; Amasa Jerome, New-Hartford ; Gordon John- 
son. KiHingly ; William Lockwood, Glastenbury ; William 
Y. Miller, Windsor ; John Noyes, Weston ; Daniel Par- 
ker, Sharon ; Samuel Stebbins, Simsbury ; Samuel Sturges, 
Danbury ; Henry Sherman, Weston ; Reuben Taylor, New> 
Milford ; John Taylor, Enfield ; Joseph Treat, New-Mi<* 
ford ; Daniel Waldo, Suffkid j Elijah Q. Welis, New- 
liuitloid. 



Lift of Ccttldidates jar the JUiuistry, as reported to tho Gen* 
erui Association, June, 1815. 

Messrs Zedeliah Barstow, New-Haven ; Daniel Banks, 
Weston ; Seth Burt, Long*Meudow ; SoSynian Brown, 
LUchiie'.d ; George Chandler, Middletown ; Israel Ely, Sha- 
ron ; Asa-el Gay lord, Norfolk; Charles A. Goodrich, Ber- 
lin ; Josiah W. Gibbs, Yale-College, New-Haven ; Ebenezer 
Kellogg, Francis King, Vernon ; John Laugdon, Yale-(Jct- 
■c^t New-Haven x Ainmi Ehisley, Braaford ; John Mai^U* 



jft Weathersfichl ; Asahel Nettleton, Killingworth ; George 
Payson, Pom feet ; Samuel Phinney, Canterbury ; Jason 
Parks, Canterbury ; Royal Robbiris, Weathersfieid ; Robert 
C. Rob bin 8, Colchester; Francis L. Robbing Norfolk ; 

Rossiter, S torn ng ton ; David A., Sherman, New-Haven ; 

liezekiuh G. Uffcrd, Stratford. 

— -****— 
episcopal Clergymen residing in the diocese ef Connecticut^ 
and not settled in amj Parish. 
Rev. Tiriotson Bronson, d. d Cheshire ; A ea Cornwall, 
Cheshire ; Chauncey Prindle, Oxford ; jasper D. Jones, 
Simsbury ; Nathan B. B urges, Miltbrii ; Alpheus Gear., 
(I^eacon,) Newtown. 

ASSOCIATIONS AND' CONSOCIATIONS. 

r 

There are in this Sf.ate thirteen Associations and Conso- 
ciations, viz. Hartford, North j Hartford, South ; New-Ha- 
ven , West ; New-Haven, East ; New-Londun ; Fairfield* 
West ; Fairfield, East ; Windham, Original ; Windham* 
East; Litchfield, North ; Litchfield, South; Middlesex; 
and Tolland. 

Note.—- Associations are composed of Ministers alone { 

Consociations, of Ministers, with a debate from their res* 
pective Churches, 

GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT. 

This body meets annually, on (he third Tuesday in June. 
It is composed of two Representatives from each district 
Association. There is also united' with them a representa- 
tion of three members of the General 'Assembly of the Pres* 
byteiian Church in the United States ; of one member from 
the General Convention of Congregational and Presbyteri- 
an Ministers in VfeVtoont ; of two members from the Gen~ 
e,ral Association of Massachusetts proper*, and of two mem. 
bers from the General Association of New- Hampshire. To 
these several Bodies, the General Association of Connecti- 
cut sends annually the same nnmb&ff of Representatives. 

Treasurer of the General Association* Rev. Abel Flint* 
JliiditQi\*~lUv, Calviu Chapia. 



90 

The r.ext annual/meeting of the General Association is to 
be st New-Haven, 'at the Louse of the Rev. Samuel Merwin, 
on the third Tuesday of June, 1S16, at ll o'clock, A. M. 

Delegates to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 

Church, to convene in Philadelphia, on the third 

Thursday of May, 1816. 

Rev. John Marsh, D. 13. Danie! Smith and Jonathan 
Miller. Rev. Frederick W. Hctchkiss, Jonathan Bartlett, 
pnd William Robinson, substitutes. 

Delegates to the General Convention of Vermont, held on 
the second Thursday of Septe?nber 9 1815. 

Rev. William L. Strong, Rev. Maltby Gholson, his sub- 
stitute. 
Delegates to the General dissociation of .Massachusetts 

Proper, to convene on the fourth Tuesday of June, 1Si6. - 

Rev. Andrew Elliott and Rennet Tyler, Rev. Piatt Buf- 
fet, and David D. Field, substitutes. 
Delegates to the General Association of New- Hampshire, 

held at Keene, on the third Tuesday of September, IS 15. 

Rev. Thomas Bobbins, and Timothy P. Gillet ; Rev. 
Bezaleel Finneo, and Levi Nelson, substitutes. 



Committee chosen by the General Association to certify the 
regular standing oj Preachers, travelling from this state 
to other parts of the United States, 



Rev. Nathan Perkins, d 
William Robinson, 
Benj. Trumbull, d. d 
Matthew Noy.es, 
Joseph Strong, d. d. 
Isaac Lewis, d. d. 



Rev Daniel Ely, d. d. 

Moses C. Welch, d. d. 
Samuel .1. Mills, 
Lymau Beecher, 
Fred'k W. Hotchkiss, 
Nathan Williams, d. rs. 



Ilie following persons are receivers of 'money in their several 
Associations, for the treasury of the General association. 



Rev. Henry A. Rowland, 
William. Robinson, 
Samuel Mervin, 
Timothy L\ Gillett, 
Solomon Cone, 
Roswell R. Swan, 



Rev. Elijah Waterman 
James Porter, 
Charles Prentiss, 
Joshua Williams, 
David D. Field, 
Enhriara T. Woodruff. 



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Trustees of the Bishops Fimd. 



Rev. 

Uev. 
Rev: 

Mru. 
EJias 
Wm. 



Philo ShcUon, 
\Shbel Baldwin, 
Harry Cms well, 
Jonathan l*i ^ersol!, 
Shipman, esq, 
Heron, esq. 

Hon. Jonathan fhgfcijSMI, President^ 
Rev. Ashbell Baldwin, Secretary. 
Charles bigourney, esq. Treasurer. 



I Jonathan Starr, esq. 
John Morgan, esq. 
| Evan iM si bone, escj. 
{Nathan Smith, esq* 
[Charles Sigourney, esq. 



Standing Committee of the Epi&cbpal Convention oj Con- 

nee. pent. 
Rev. TillotsonBronson, d.d if Rev. Daniel Burhans, 
Ashbel Baldwin. (I Bethel Jndd. 

Rev.-Ashbel Baldwin, Secretory of the Convention. 
The Convention is held on the first Wednesday of June, 
annually. 



Standing Secretaries in the Baptist Associations 
Hartjord — Rev. Elisha Cushman. 
Stonington — Uev. Jonathan Goodwin. 
Groton — Rev. Asa Wilcox. 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

(Incorporated October, 1802 ) 
The General Association is the Missionary Society of 
Connecticut. 

Officers of the Society , for tfie year commenting on the first 
Wednesday of August , 1 8 1 5 . 



Hon. John Tread well, 
Hon. Aaron Austin, 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Enoch Perkins, esq., 
David Efale, esq. 
Samuel Pitkin, esq. 



EE3. 

Rev. Nathan Perkins, d. 
Rev. Samuel Nott, 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, 
Rev. Moses C Welch, d. 
Uev. Samuel Goodrich, 
Uev. Dan Huntington* 



m 

Andrew KinscBhury, 'mq. Treuiurev* 

Xlev. Abel Flint, Jhuliior* 
Hon. John Tread well, Chairman, and 
Kev. Abel Flint, Secretary of the Board of Trustees. 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, "J 

Enoch Perkins, esq, t Committee of Accounts.. 

Rev. Abel Flint, 5 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, «\ 

Enoch Perkins, esq. j 

jiev. Nathan Perkins, D. D. I 

Kev. Andrew Vales, J 

Rev. Abel Flint, 
Kev. Calvin Chapin. J 

Board of Directors for the Connecticut Society, JluziVda 

to the Baptist Board of Foreign Mission** 
Rev. Daniel Wiidman, President, 

John G Wightman, 1 y ke FreBident% 
Iciuus Babcoek, } 

Eiisha Cash man, Cor. Secretary. 
Mr. Gurdon Robins, Pec. Secretary, 

Ebenezer Moore, Treasurer. 
Rev. Jonathan Goodwin, *| 
George Phippen, | 
Nicholas Branch, ^Trustees* 
Daniel Putnam, ; 

Sir. C^ieb Moore, J 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY, 



His Excellency John Cotton Smtth, President 
Gen. Jedediah 'Huntington, New-London, \ 
Rev. Samuel Nott, Franklin, C Vice* 

Rev. Lyman Beecher, Litchfield, / Presidents^ 

Kev, Dan Huntington, Middletown, ) 

Henry Hudson, Hartford, Secretary, 
Joseph Rogers, Hartford, Treasurer* 



A 



) Agents of Deft. 



9:* 
Samtiei Pitkin, esq fc^tfartfottl, 
Hon. Theodore Dwlglrtj HaCrtfoi'tf, 
kev. lien!) A. Rowland, Windsor, 
Kev. Calvin Chapiu, Wethersliel!, r JQirectin^ 

Ichahod L. Skinner, esq Hattford, ^ Coinfitfttee. 

Rev. Samqel Goodrich | Berlin, 
Kev. Noah Porter, Farmingtonj 
Itev. Abel FUnt, rlariiVinl, 
kev. Jo-ib ISraee, VVethersfiefcf, 
Kev; Abel Flint, general appR.tfor puvfchas : ng and distri- 
cting Bibles, to whom amplications tor i>ibles are to bo 
iade. 

The Treasurer, 
Julius Denimg, esq. 
Gny Itiehar.ds, esq. 
.Charles Sherman, esq. 
Deacon Rait Cooke, 
Kev. RosweLi M. Swan, 
\\ n. Jolim Davenport jr. 
Jonathan Hqhiingtorfj esq. 
Jonathan Lay, esq. 
itev. William Lymai., D, D. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. 
Jabez Clark, esq. 
Kev. .Joel Benedict, d. d. J 
fthabod L. Skinner, esq. 
Kev. Sarceei Goodrich, 
Key C lvio Chapin, 
liev. Henry A Rowland, 
Annual meeting at Hartford the a 
at 8 o'clock, id. 



t 



rfgents to search out thp, 
pj&r in their respective 
vicinities, and to sup* 
ply than ivith Bibles. 



f Corresponding 
/ Committee. 

'cond Thursday ofJVic. 



CONNECTICUT SOCIETY, 

FOR THE PROMOTION OF GOOD MORALS. 

Officers j or the year ending ^f(ty 8 1316. 
Hon John Treadweli, President. 
Hon. Zcpheniah Swift, "} 
Hon. Tapping Ueeve, £• Vice-Presidents, 
Hon. Simeoii Baldwin, N 
Jeremiah Day * esq. Corresponding Secretary, 
Thomas Day, esq, Recording (Secretary. 



. 94 
Gen. Jcdediah Huntington, "} 
Hon. Roger M Sherman^ j 
Sylvanus Backus, esq. f 

Rev, Calvin C ha pin, '" )? Committees 

Sylvester Gilbert, esq. j 

Rev Lyman Beecher, 
Gen. Garrit Smith. 



j 



Resolutions parsed at the annual meeting of the Society in 
May 1815. 

"Whereas meetings compose*! of members of this society,-, 
and the imorming officers of neighboring towns have been 
held to concert measures' for the more effectual execution 
ot the laws oi this »S'tate ; and have been attended with good, 
effect : 

Resolved, that it be recommended to the members o£ 
this Society in the different parts of the State, that they! 
patronize such associations as a means happily calculated to! 
strengthen Branch Societies, and render their efforts more: 
effectual. 

Resolved, that it be recommended to the several Branch* 
societies, that they patronize the distribution of Tracts, a9j 
one of the means of accomplishing the end of their iustitu 
lion. 

The Rev. » - — — was appointed to deliver 

the sermon at the next semi-annual meeting ; and in casei 
•f hisiailure, the Rev. to supply his place. 

MINISTERS' ANNUITY SOCIETY. 

(Incorporated May, I8ii.) 

The object of th!3 society is to provide annuities for the 
widows and children of deceased Ministers. The Soeielj 
is to meet annually in Hartford the second Thursday oi 
May, at 4 o'clock, P. M 

Officers oj the Society. 
Rev, Abel Flint, President, 
Rev. Elijah Waterman, Vice President 
Rev. Thomas Roubins, Secretary* 
Andtew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer* 



95 
Rev. Thomas Robins, "] 

Rev. Sbubael Ba.tlelt, 
Rev. WilliaiYi !i Strong, ^Director* 

Rev. Joshua L. Williams, 
Rev. Hubbili Loomis, 

Uev. Abel Flint, Jluditor. 



\Bir 



OFFICERS 

Of the Charitable Society for the tilucation of indigent pi' 
Qua young men, for the Ministry Gfihe Gospel. 

Hon, Tapping fleeve, President. 
Rev, SaVnuel Me r win, Vice-President, 
Rev. Nathaniel VV. 1'ayior, Secretary. 

Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Sherman, esq. Auditor. 

SOCIETY FOil PROMOTING AGRICULTURE 

IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Hon. Daviil Humphreys, President. 
Mr. Leman Stone, Vice-President. 
Thomas Darling, Esq. Secretary. 
John Humphreys, jun. Esq. Assistant Secretary. 
Mr josiah Hoi brook, Corresponding- Secretary. 
Mr. Kneeland Townsend, Treasurer. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 

HARTFORD. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, esq. Mayors 
jUdermen. 

— , || John Caldwell, 

Th< Vnre Dwighl, j| John Mo;g;m, esquires. 

TV iS)iaiu Whitman, esq. City Qlerk, and Clerk of City Court 
Walter Mitchell, esq City Attorney. 
Titus L. Bissell, Edward Moore, Sheriffs. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Josiah Beck worth, Collector. 
Elisha Coll, esq. Auditor of City Accounts. 



i • . .: _ 'Canmon-Council Men. 
Enoch Pcrki.;s, kichard Goodman, James Hcnrner, Jacob 
Sergeant, James Ward, John Leffingweil, Peter Thatcher, 
Thomas S. Wilifamd, Thomas Bull, Michael Oicott, John 
M. Gam set, WUJiaiA Ely, Joseph Trumbull, James H. 
Weils. 

City Goari held on first Monday in each month. 
Anntiai Meeting iast Monday in March. 

NEW-HAVEN., 
Hon. Ei.i2.uR Goodrich, Mayor. 
Jikle.-men, 
Horry Dag*et, Jj Simeon Baldwin, 

Joseph iiariirisj, || Charles Denis on, esquires. 

Klisna Manson, esq. City Clerk, 
Kaihan Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Dyer White, Clerk of City Court. 
Seth P. St.npks esq, City* Attorney. 
John Skinner, Josiah B. Morse, City Sheriffs, 
Common Council JWeh. 
Jame3 Hiljhouse, Heztkiah Hotehkiss, Thaddeus Beech- 
er, Hezekiali Howe, Daniel Reed, Eleazer Foster, Henry 
Daggett, juu. John LI. Jacocks, Seth P. Staples, Labah 
Smith. _ 

City Court he!d the second Tuesday of each monlii. 
Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June. 

NEVY~LOK'DQN v 

Hon. Jeremiah G. Bra mjard, esq. Mayor. 
wilder }h?!i. 
£\.lias Perkins, || El.sha Denison, 

Lyman Law, II Samuel Green, esquires. 

Guy Richards, esq. Treasurer. 
William F. Rra'mard, esq. Clei k of City Court. 
David Coil, esq. City Clerk. 
Hezekiali Goddard, Ephraim Chesebrough, Sheriffs, 
Common Council Jtoen. . 

. Thaddeus Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, Frede- 
rick Miner, Edward Hailara, Daniel Chapman. 

City Court held on first Monday in each month. 
Ann it'al Meeting, secouil Monday in June. 



97 

NORWICH, 

Hon. Calvin Moddard, -Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Nathaniel Shipmnn, (I Brastus Huntington, 

Simeon Thomas, || Joseph Williams, esquires. 

Ebeuezer Hyde, juti. Charles F. Harrington, Sheriffs. 
Andrew Huntington, e<=q. Treasurer. 
James Lanman, esq. City Attorney, 
Common Council J fen. 
Gerard F. Carpenter, Nathaniel Townsend. Joseph W. 
Traey, Joseph Huntington, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, 
John De Wilt. 

City Court held on second Monday in each month. 
Annual meeting the third Monda^in April. 

MIDDLETOWN, 

Hon. Asher Mm .ler, esq. Mayor. 
JllJermen. 
Lemuel Stofr?, i j Ebenezer Sage, esquires. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, 

Asahel Loomi% Harvey Tread wav, Sheriffs. 
- John FLk, C!erk, and Clerk of City Court, 
Cfommott* Co n ncil Jtfen. 
Alexander Collins,* ):.hn R. Watkinsnn, Rleazer Den* 
ham, Henry Carring'.ovi, Samuel Cooper, Samuel Gill, EDijafi 
Hubbard, Chauncey Whittehcy, Samuel Southmayd, Sam- 
uel Wet more, Arthur W. Magill, Josiah Williams. 
City Court held on the second Tuesday in each month* 

JS ivnual meeting thiru Monday in January. 
* Deceased. 



STONINGTON BOROUGH. 

Joseph Smith, esq. Warden. 
J*?r.:-gess'js> 
Elijah Pi ■-,\er, Amos Fa'-mer, Amos Denison, Reuben 
"/heeseb rough, Jonathan Psndieton George Hubbard* 
rhonias Ash. 

G union T rum Lu II, Clerk. 
Oliver York, Bailiff. 
Winbn> W. Rodman, Treasurer* 
■ j 



93 
BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH, 

John S. Cannon, Warden. 

Burgesses. 

Ueuben Tweedy, Isaac Hmraan, Josef)?* Backus, Samu< 

llawley, Daniel Sterling, Salmon Hubbel. 

Kichard Hyde, Clerk. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

IMRTFOR&. 
John Caldwell, President. | Thos. S. Williams, Secretar; 

NEW HAVEN. 

Ellas Shipman, President, j John Shipman, Secretary. . 

MID D LET OWN. 
Ebeneaer Sage, President. | Chauncey Whittelsej, Seer' 

new-london. 

J area- Starr, President. | David Coit, Secretary. 



NORWICH. 

Thomas Lathrop, President. | Samuel Tyler, Secretary. 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

HARTFORD. 
Nathaniel Terry, President. | Walter Mitchell, Secretai 



NEW -HAVEN. 
Isaac Tomlinson, President. | John II. Lynde, Secretary.* 

JUir)I)LrT01VA\ 
Rinah Hubbard, President. | Jonathan Barnes, Secretat 

NORWICH. 
Jibencaer liuntmgton, Tic.s'r | J^eph Williams, Seer'; 



99 
BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 

HARTFOIID BANK. 

John Caldwell, President. 

Horace Burr, Secretary. 

Directors John Caldwell, John Morgan, George Good- 

vin, William Mosely, Nathaniel Terry, Andrew Kings- 

mry, David Watkinson, Joseph Balkley, Ghauncey i)em- 

Bg. 

Annual meetting of Stockholders, 2d. Thursday of June. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. Notes for dis- 
>Gunt to be lodged before 2 o'clock on those days. 



PHCENIX BANK. 
(Incorporated May 1814.) 
Capital 1,000,000 dollars ; payable by instalments of 12 
lols. 50 cts. on a share, at the expiration of every ninety 
lays from July 6, 1814. 

PRINCIPAL BANK AT HARTFORD. 
Normand Knox, President, 
George Beach, Cashior. 
Directors. Normand Knox, Samuel Tudor, jr. Charles 
Sigourney, Daniel Buck, Moses Tryon jr. Jona. W Ed- 
vards, John Russ, Michael Oloott, David Porter, Jared 
Scarborough, Elipbaiet AverilK 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.-—— 
tfotes for discounts to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 

BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Benjamin Tallraadge, esq. President. 
James Butler, Cashier. 
Directors, Benjamin Talimadge, James Gould, Henry 
7 adsworth, Elisha Sterling, Solomon Rockwell, Morris 
T oodruff, Samuel Buell. 
Annuel meeting of Stockholders, first T hurray in Sept, 

NEWHAVEN BANK. 

JEneas Monson, jr. President, 
H. R, Pyuchoh, Cashier. 



TOO 

Z)i rectors, JEnens Moneon, jr. JohnjNicholl, Titus Street 
Ifhaddeu* Beecher, Stephen Muggins, Isaac Tomlinsoi 
Frederick Hunt, GV,!)ert Totten, David Daggett. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders first Thursday of Juli 
Days oi' Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. 



'eaclis-bank, of NEW-HAVEN. 

WhOam W. Woolsey, President. 

George Hoaclly, Cashier. 

'D'r^nlors. William W". Wooisey, linger Sherman, Hei 

- liaggettj jr. Simeon Baldwin, Timothy D.vight, j 

;>,t;Lku.d Powaser.d, Gad Peek, Eli Whitney, James Goo 

ch. 

Annual meeting of Sf.ockho'.,er% third Tuesday in Jal j 
taj&af Discount, Tuesdays and Ttojrsdays. fiofcrs ofb 
smegSj from 10 o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock P. M. 



UNION BANK, NEW-LOXDON.- - 

Jcdediah HUmtmgton) President* 

Hubert 1 Jaliftni, Cashier. 

Director:, jfedediah Huntington, Beia Peck, Geo. IT 

lam, Daou ! Laiforop, Jonathan Starr 3 Joseph Perkins, 1 

psafi Law, Guy Richards, Joseph Carew, John Hah'a 

Richard Ai 'Curdy, Nathaniel Htchaeda, Jonathan Starr, j 

Annual meeting of Stockholder, first Thursday of Jun 

IV ys for Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu 

nes?, from 10 to 12 o'clock A. M. and from 2 to i P. M 



NEW. LONDON" BANK, 

Eiisha Denison, Pree-idt nt. 

Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 

ThreclGrs. Eiisha Denison, Elias Perkins, Edward Ch^ 

pell, tsaae Thompson, William Wiiliams, Jacob B. Gurj) a 

Calvin Gcddard, J:\mes Lewis, William P. Cleaveland. 

Annua! meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of Jul) 

Days for Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of h 

ncss, fr / ; 10 to 12 o'clock A. $1. and from J to i P. 3. 

NORWICH HANK, i 
Ebenezer Huntington, President. 
HeZekiah Perking Gas! \ t\ 



101 
Director?* Ebenezcr Huntington, Thomas Lathrop. SUn« 
n Breed, Jabez Huntington, John L. Bo swell, Roger 
ilklcy, Zacariah Huntington, Dwight Ripley; Charles P. 
tfntiftgton, Benjamin Coil, Asa Fitch, Joseph Huntington, 
idrew Perkins. 

innual meeting of Stockholders, third Monday of June, 
rys for Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of b«si» 
ss, fiQza 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. and from 2 to 4 P. M. 



MDDLETOWN bank, 

Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 
' Timothy Southmayd, Cashier. 

Directors. Nehemiah Hubbard, Lemuel Storrs, Elijah, 
ubbard, Josiah Williams,, John R. Watkinsonj Joseph VV. 
Isop, Samuel Gill, Bela Peck, Epaphroditus Champion. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of Jan u- 
y. Dajs for Discount, Tuesday and Friday. Hours of 
isiuess iVom 9 to 12 A, M. and from 2 to 4 P. M. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Bronson, President. 
George Hayt, Cashier. 
Directors* Isaac Bronson, Elijah BoaVdman, Salmon 
ubbell, Isaac Hinraan, William Peet, HWnczer Jesup, 
athaniel Bacon, Joseph Nichols, Abijah Hawley. 
inuual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday of July. 

DERBY BANK. 
William Leffingwell, President. 
John Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors. William Lefilngweil, Bfias Shipmr.n, David 
•aggett, Nathaniel Bacon, Stephen Twining, Nathan Smith, 
>anifel Bacon, Charles Sherman, Dyer White, David Tom* 
nson, Thomas Vose. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday pf July. 



DERBY FISHING COMPANY. 

William S. Hotchkiss, President. 
Caleb A. Townsend, Secretary, _ 



10-2 

Directors* Nalhan Wheeler, Samuel J. Andrews, Knee- 
land Townsend, Sheldon C. Curliss, Laban Smith, Iar 
Smith. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, second Wednesday of 
.January. Office kept at New-Haven, at the head of lone 
v\ha%f. 

INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS. 

■ — es — 

Hon. Ellzur Goodrich, Inspector General. 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS OF BEEF AND PORK. 

Jared Scarborough, esq. for Hartford county. 
Dyer White, esq, for New.Haven county, 
Shubael Breed, esq. for New-London county. 
Samuel Rowland, esq. for Fairfield county. 
John Parish, esq. for Windham county, 
.lames Morris, esq. for Litchfield county. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. for Tolland county. 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS OF FISH, 
For ■ JVewJjondon and Middlesex counties. 
EHphalet Holmes, esq. | Shubael Breed, esq. 
tmgm m j m i " ! B B gg ggC! "" I " * " g E " SB3B3 B S35 gggB H BB I ' I — "- ' - ' 

TURNPIKE ROADS. 



Names of Roads* Capt. Stock. Name+ofCommie'rts 

Hartford and vtMOoJ: s bubael Griswold, 

New-Haven, ' w*^ Jctaa. E. Porter, esq'rs. 

Granby, ^599< gnook Perking 

J ' * ) Roger Hooker, esq'rs. 

Fairfield, Weston, f or/ - J Samuel Rowland, 

and Redding, i *? P l Daniel B C<*oke, esq'rs. 

ou, a to niC k, ^-JpfcEftji 

New-Haren and. fr , w J Dyer White, 

Derby, W*\ j^i, Kossetcr, esq'rs. 



Ytme^of Roads. 
)xford, 

Jew-London and 

Lyme, 

timmou I v al!s, 
''arminglon River, 

ireen Woods, 

Janaan and 
Litchfield, 

-heshhe, 

traits, 
.itchfield and 

Harwington, 
.Jtchfield and 

Kew-Milford, 

armington and 
Bristol, 
oston, 

iartfoid and 
Tolland, 
Windham and 
Coventry, 
ast-Haddam and 
Colchester, 
ridgepoi t and 
Newtown, 
omers and 
Woodstock, 
anbury and 
Ridgefield, 

'olland County, 
orwalk and 
©anbury, 



103 
Capt. Stack. Name* r>f Comrms'rs. 
) Nath'l. Rosseter, esq'rs. 
4,217 } Jonathan E. Porter, 
j Henry Champion, 
13,$&n. Roger Ikilkley, esq Vs. 
J Nalli'l. R^sseler, etsqVs. 
9,851 \ Jonathan E. Porter, 
j Aaron Austin, 
U,95(K Jere'h. W. Phelps, esq'rs. 

j Aaron Austin, 
19,508^. Jere'h. W. Phelps, esq Vs. 

j Aaron Austin, 
10,680^ Jere'h. W. Phelps, esq'rs. 



23,427 



J Aaron Austin, 
} 1* 



esq rs 



Thomas Darling, 
j Uriel Holmes, 
17,798^, John R. Landon, e q'rs. 

j Uriel Holmes, s 
5,517 \ Dan. N. Brinsmade, esq's. 

j Uriel Holmes, 
4,003^ Dan. N. Brinsmade, esq's. 
*! Enoch Perkins, 
15,402<( Roger Hooker, esq'rs* 
j Ebenezer Huntington, 
20,3 17^, Shubael Griswold, esq's* 

j Aaron Austin, 
9,566^ John Caldwell, esq's. 
! Ebenezer Huntington, 
8,749<( Shubael Griswold, esq's. 

'• Matthew Griswold, 
G,288<( Joel Foote, esq's. 
• Samuel Rowland, 
22,909^ Daniel B. Cooke, esq's. 

3 Amos Johnson, 
20,018 i Justus Condee, esq's. 
J Samuel Rowland, 
1,223] Daniel B. Cooke, esq's. 
j Lemuel Ingals, 
12,02n Jabez Clark, esq's. 

j Samuel Rowland, 
2,87<n Daniel B. Cooke, esq's* 



Names of Roads. Ci 

New-Preston, 

Torn ng ton, 
Norwich and 
Woodstock, 

Talcott Mountain, 
Hebron and 

.Middle-Haddam, - 
Connecticut and 

Rhode Island, 
Salisbury and 

Canaan, 

Middle Turnpike, 
New -London and 

Windham, 
Hartford and 

New-London, 

Connecticut Turnpike, 

Middlesex, 
Hartford, Tolland, 

Windham and New- 

London Counties, 
Stafford Mineral 

Spring, 
New -Haven and 

Milford, 
Woodstock and 

Thompson, 
Windham and 

Mansfield, 

Goshen and Sharon, 

Columbia, 

Colchester and Norwich, 



184* 

ipt. Stock* Names of Commis'rs. 
j Uriel Holmes, 
5,490a Dan. N. Brinsrnade, esq's. 

j Uriel Holmes, 
1S,00£'S Dan. N. Brinsrnade, esq's. 

j Ebenezer Huntington, 
19,300 \Beia Peck, esq's. 
J Shubael Oris wold, 
13,574} Horace Higley, esq's. 

J Roger Bulkier, 
8,232 ) John H. Wells, esq's. 
J Ebenezer Huntington. 
12,05 0, Shubael Griswojd, esq's. 

) Aaron Austin, 
6,005^, Jcre. W. Phelps, esq's. 
j Asa Chapman, 
24,52SS Aaron Benedict, esq s. 
! Ebenezer Huntington, 
5,244<( Vv m. T. Williams, esq's. 
j Henry Champion, esq's. 
39,363^ Epaphrcditus Champion, 

j Daniel B Cooke, 
36,345^ Samuel Rowland, esq's. 

] Shubael Griswold, 
18,08S< John Caldwell, esq's. 

6,054<^ en ^ er J/.' 1 , nti ^ 10 ^ 
* i Wra. 1 . Williams, esq's* 

J Auron Austin, 
10,579a John Caldwell, esq'rs. 

J Dyer White, 
l4,64G^, Nalh'l. Rosseter, esq's. 

j Ebenezer Huntington, 
5,651 A Shubael Griswold, esq's. 

J Ebenezer Huntington. 
lfcStf* Henry Webb, eso/s. 

j Aaron Austin, 
16,56S> Jere'h W. Phelps, esq's. 

j Roger Bulkier, 
7,G63< John H. Wells, esq's. 

j Henry Champion, 
6,173*\ Boger Bulkier, esq's. 



105 
Capt. Stock* 



A'ames oj Roafla. 

Waterbury River, 39,5 U^ 

Sharon and Cornwall, 3,563^ 

Middle town and J 

Meriden, 7,3G4«< 

Washington, 5,626/ 
Middletuwn and Ber- 
lin, 14, 950<; 

Warren, 8,243^' 

Colchester and Chat- ) 

ham, 9,03 S^ 

Thompson, 8,822 <| 

Chatham and S 

Marlborough, 9,086 ^ 

Hartland, ■ ^ 

Durham and > 

East-Guilford, — ^ 

Killingwortli and i 

Haddam, — <j 

Mid dletown, Durham. ! 

and New-Haven, <j 

Southmgton and ! 

Waterbury, <^ 

S,738 <j 



Names »f Commifrs. 



< 



Porn fret and Killing! v, 

Mohegan, from New- 
London, to Nor- 
wich, 

Washing-ton Bridge, 30,210 ^ 



Hartford Bridge, 
Niantick Bridge, 
Han ley's Toll-Bridge, 




Aaron Austin, 
Jere'h. \V. Phelps, esq's. 
John Caldwell, 
Shubael Gr is wold, esq's. 
Uriel Holrges, 
J aim It. Landon, esq's. 
Seth Overton, 
Shubael Griswold, esq's. 
Aaron Austin, 
Jere'h. W. Phelps, esq'a.. 
Seth Overton, 
John Parmelee, esq's. 
Ebenezer Huntington, 
Shubael Griswold,. esq's. 
EliphaSet Holmes, 
Roger Bulkley, esq's. 
Enoch Perkins, 
Roger Hooker, esq's. 
Charles Coe, 
Ioh'd. L. Skinner, esq's. 
Henry Champion, 
Roger Bulkley, esq's. 
Nathaniel Rosseter, 
Charles Coe, esq's. 
John Kingsbury, 
John Mix, esq's. 
Lbenezer Huntington, 
Shubael Griswold, o-.q,s. 
Ebenezer Huntington, 
Jared Starr, D wight Rip- 
ley, Lyman Law, esq's. 
Nathaniel Rosseter, 



Matthew Griswold, 
Jacob B. Gurky, esq's. 



Barnes of Roach. 
Bridgeport Bridge, 
Middle town Ferry, 
Saybrook Ferry, 
Union Company, 



106 
Capt. Slock. J\ times cf Commis'rs. 

! Samuel Rowland, David 

] Burr, Samuel W. John- 

\ son, esq's, 
S Iehabod L. Skinner, 

j David Churchill, esq's. 
•^ Jared Starr, Nicoll Fos- 

j dick, W. W. Han^hton. 
"S B. Champion, Eli Whk- 

j ney, Eben'r. Peck, esq's. 



•Amount of the Grand List, the Population, the 

number of Representatives w i/ie General 

Assembly 9 and the number of Juror3 to be 

chosen in the several towns in this State* 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 





List. 


Population. 


Rep. 


Juror 


Hartford, 


Si 30,984 


6,003 


2 


15 


Berlin, 


Co, 197 


2,798 


2 


8 


Bristol, 


24,864 


1,423 


1 


6 


Burlington, 


29,971 


1,467 


1 


6 


Cantoni 


28,027 


1,374 


1 


6 


East- Hartford, 


71,733 


3,240 


2 


11 


East-Windsor, 


79,936 


3,081 


2 


14 


Enfield, 


43.669 


1,846 


2 


11 


Farmington, 


77,541 


2,748 


2 


14 


Glasteribury, 


52,851 


2,766 


2 


13 


Granby, 


52,286 


2,696 


2 


10 


Hartland, 


30,514 


1,284 


2 


S 


Marlborough, 


20,469 


720 


1 


5 


Simsbury, 


SB,567 


1,966 


2 


7 


SouthhigtOD, 


48,189 


1,W 


2 


11 


Suffield, 


51,705 


2,680 


2 




Wethersfield, 


71,894 


3,931 


2 


21 


Windsor, 


62,795 


2,868 


2 


13 



31,202 44,732 



32 



]f)7 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 





List. 


Popula'ion % 


mp' 


Juror 8. 


New-Haven, 


§136,725 


6,957 


2 


28 


P run ford, 


56,303 


1,932 


2 


20 


Cheshire, 


50,565 


2,288 


3 


12 


Derby, 


32,934 


2,051 


1 


12 


East- Haven, 


S3, 85 3 


1,209 


1 


8 


(Juilford, 


89,515 


3,845 


2 


20 


Ilamden, 


3y,922 


1,710 


1 


8 


Meriden, 


29,752 


1,249 


1 


8 


Middtebuiy, 


20, $44 


847 


1 


8 


Miiford, 


58,653 


2,6;4 


2 


£0 


North Haven, 


30,658 


1,239 


I 


8 


Oxford, 


SG.5S0 


2,453 


1 


S 


So nth bury, 


42,044 


1,413 


1 


12 


Wallingford, 


59,845 


2,325 


2 


2d 


Watcrbary, 


57,107 


2,£7i . 


2 


12 


V/ood bridge, 


54,518 


2 0.30 


2 


12 


"WoUsoU, 


19,439 


962 


1 


ft 



g845,(i08 37,064 



25 



KEVT-IjONDON" coukty. 





List. 


Population. 


JRep. 


Juror 8 


New-London, 


$44,818 


3,238 


2 


15 


Bczrah, 


24,609 


960 


I 


6 


Colchester, 


73,247 


2,697 


2 


15 


Franklin, 


32,795 


l.ifil 


I 


8 


Groton, 


71,161 


4/451 


2 


16 


Lisbon, 


31,994 


1,123 


1 


8 


Lyme, 


78,906 


4,321 


2 


20 


MontviNc, 


52,891 


2,1 87 . 


1 


8 


Norwich, 


66,S2l 


3,528 


2 


15 


North-Stoningtonj 


, 47,332 


2524 


2 


10 


Preston, 


87,188 


3,9.84 


2 


18 


Stonington, 


49,118 


3,o43 


2 


12 


Wateriord, 


36,537 


2,185 


1 


4 




—mm—m*—~ 


■ »-. 


— 






g697,418 


34,707 


21 





1C8 





FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 








* List. 


Population. 


Xte*- 


Jurors. 


Fairfield, 


$95,050 


4,125 


2 


13 


Banbury, 


75,4?* 


3,606 


2 


12 


BrookfieM, 


20,850 


1,037 


1 


6 


Greenwich, 


87,369 


3,533 


2 


10 


Huntington, 


50.027 


2,770 


2 


9 


New-Canaan, 


36,538 


1,593 


1 


8 


New-Fairfield, 


19,306 


772 


1 


3 


Newtown, 


70,780 


2,834 


2 


12 


Norwalk, 


55,129 


2,983 


2 


8 


Redding, 


51,908 


\J\7 


2 


10 


Ridge field, 


54,321 


2,103 


2 


)Q 


Stamford, 


100,443 


4,440 


2 


10 


Stratford, 


57,582 


2,895 


2 


10 


Sherman, 


25,933 


949 


1 




Trumbull, 


26,428 


l,24l 


1 


5 


Weston, 


62,105 


2,6 J.S 


2 


8 


Wilton, 


39,662 


1,728 


1 


6 



g934,908 40,950 



28 





WINDHAM COUNTY. 








List. 


Population. 


Pep. 


Jurors* 


Windham, 


802,573 


2,416 


2 


12 


Ash ford, 


63,053 


2,532 


2 


12 


Brooklyn, 


35,019 


1,200 


1 


8 


Canterbury, 


4S,526 


1,812 


2 


12 


Columbia, 


25,233 


834 


1 


5 


Hampton, 


38,260 


1,274 


1 


S 


Killingiy, 


52.935 


2,512 


o 


8 


Lebanon, 


74.639 


2,580 


2 


12 


Mansfield, 


67,337 


2,570 


2 


12 


Plairifi'eld, 


45,146 


1,75S 


2 


12 


IVmfret, 


62,268 


1,905 


2 


10 


Sterling, 


23,623 


l,?0l 


I 


7 


Thompson, 


69,473 


2,467 


2 


7 


Vol un town, 


22,138 


1,016 


1 


7 


Woodstock, 


66,991 


2,654 


2 


8 



§757,267 28,611 



100 
LITCHFIELD county; 





Jdst. 2- 


'opukitian. 


Rep. 


Jurors 


Litchfield, 


g'J2,7l.S 


4f/03*J 


& 


l4 


|?arkhemp3Uatlj 


M,m 


I,flO^ 


2 


7 


Bttblem, 


arjjsg 


1 , it s 


1 


7 


Canaan, 


5'^ 8ft 


2,203 


3 


10 


Colebrook| 


20,93! 


1,843 


2 


7 


Corn w »!', 


a&a*s 


1,60*4 


6 


10 


tioghcn, 


47 r 1 !,) 


l,o4l 


o 


10 


Flarwintop, 


3i>,i:ii 


1,7<B 


2 


s 


Kent, 


B4 '<::<) 


1,70 fc 


1 


6 


New Hartford, 


9*2^82 


1,5C»7 


8 


8 


New- Mil uid, 


80 085 


.^537 


'2 


12 


Norib:!:, 




1,4 it 


o 


8 


Plymouth, 


40^81 




1 


7 


Roxbary, 


22,51 J 


lfi\7 


1 


7 


Salisbury, 


S'Ui-7 


u:,n 


2 


10 


B bit ion, 


e^VJi 


8,W 


2 


10 


T< h ingtofi^ 


4.3,6 45 


1,586 


2 


s 


Washington^ 


43,5.^ 


1,575 


2 


8 


Warren 5 


2^*27 


1,093 


I 


7 


Watertown, 


4l,59o 


2,7*4 


1 


7 


Winchester, 


SQfiQl 


1*400 


2 


7 


Woodbury, 


4$,347 


1,9*3 


l J 


7 



$945,797 42,375 5$ 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 








Oast. 


Population, 


jffty. 


Jurors, 


MlDDLETO^VW, 


gtfc9,102 


£,£82 


Si 


28 


H add am, 


$9,043 


8,205 


^ 


17 


Chatham, 


57,311 


.3,253 


o 


17 


Durham, 


29 t 5;H 


I,fOl 


<2 


12 


East-Haxfcfcm, 


62,672 




o 


20 


KiUhtgworih, 


54,211 




o 


17 


Bayhrook, 


f6,&79 


3,9#G 


a 


20 




fcw'^Art 


20,72J 


li 





110 



TOLL J. KB COUNTY. 



Bolton, 

Coventry, 

Ellington, 

Hebron, 

Seiners, 

Stafford, 

Vena on, 

Union, 

Willingtoa, 



List. 
$4fyM6 
20,0Gl 
£6.183 
36,H7 
55,568 
3.3,782 
44,727 
24,665 
19,256 
g&S92 



Population. 
1,610 

700 
1,988 
l,i44 
2,002 
1,210 
2,235 

827 

752 
1,161 



Rep. 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 



17 



8359,218 !3,779 

Grand Levy of ■ - 

the Stabe, §5,959,7^0 
Aggregate population 
of the Slate, 261,942 

Whole number of Representatives, 200 

m—mmmmmmmmm ■ i m nn a u M*H . xsmmmmmm mi — i n m a 



Jurors. 
J4 

8 
12 
10 
12 
12 
12 

8 

8 
12 



AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, 

FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS, 



Hon. John Tread well, esq. President. 

Rev. Samuel Spring, r>. d. Vice-President. 

lie v. Calvin Chapin, Recording' Secretary. 

Kev. Samuel Worcester, x>. d. C 'or responding Secretary 

Jeremiah ii vartci, esq. Treasurer. 

Chester Adsunr, esq. Auditor. 



The Vicc-PronMenf. 

The Cor- e«pondir.£ Secretary, 

The f p^jdier, 

Uev. JeUcdiah Morse, d d. 



The prudential 

Committee. 



Ill 

COLLEGES, &c. 
VALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 

(founded 1T00.) 

Itev. Timothy Dwight, s.t.d. ll.d, President, and 

Professor of Divinity. 

Jeremiah Day, a. m. Professor of Mathematics and 

Natural Philosophy. 

Benjamin Sillinian, a.m. Professor of Chemistry and 

•Mineralogy. 

James L. Kingsley, a. m. Professor of Languages 

and Ecclesiastical History. 

Vacant, Professor oj Law. 

FELLOWS. 

Rev. David Ely, d. d. I Rev. Benoni Upson 



Mez. Ripley, D. d. 
John Marsh, d. d. 
Andrew Lee, D. D* 
Joseph Strong, D. D. 



Arnos Bassett 
John Elliott 
Peter Starr 

Elijah Par-sons 



The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and six scriror 
Members of the Council, together with the President and 
the foregoing Fellows, constitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. * ' 
A rutins B. Hull, a.m. j John Witter, A. m. 

Ralph Emerson, a. m. Alexander M". Fisher, A, B. 

William Danielson, a. M. | Den'sson Olmsted, A b. 

James Hillhousc, Treasurer* Nathan Beers, Steward* 
Randolph Stone, a. b. Butler. 

The qualifications for- admission into the Freshmen Class 
areas follows : The whole of the Greek Testament; the 
whole of Virgil ; Cicero 5 * ten Seteet Orations ; Sallust ; 
Dabzel's Groica Minora ; Adams' Latin Grammar, iztclu- 
dog Prosody ; Qoriflricli's edition of fl:;cl-enberg's Greeit 
Grammar; Cork's Intrcri action ; and Arithmetic 

Couiinencernenl. — -2<\ Wednesday of.rcptemher. 

Vacation? — From eommeuceraentj six weeks; from the 
2d Wednesday of J&riu&ry, three weeks : and frora the 
Wednesday before the; seeoad Thursday in May, three 
weeks. 

ise;:.L:;r of r* duals s at the last commencement, 70. 



112 
The Sledksil Institution of Yale College. 



JEneas Monson, m. d. Professor of Materia Jticdica 

and hoiar.y. 

Nathan Smith, m. t>. Professor of 'the Theory and Practice 

of Physic, Surgery and Qhstetricks. 

Eli Ives, if. d. Adjunct Professor of Materia Medic u 

and Botany* 

Benjamin Siilirnan, a. m Professor of Chemistry 

and Pharmacy. 

Jonathan Khight, a. m. Professor of Anatomy and 

\ Physiology. 



FHT BETA KAPPA. 



The Phi Beta Kappa Society ws 
versily ( -f Oxford in Kifglapd. It w 
ica, at i lie College < 1 William and 5 
fith daj of Dec-ember 1776; A 
College ir. January, 17.80; at Harvar 
and at Dartmouth College, in \Tfo7. 



founded at the TJni* 
established in Amer- 

I In' r * :rg-nr^ c on the 
r as instituted at Yale 
allege in July, 1781 ; 
Fhese branches are 



shed by the names of the Alpha of Covnec icui, the 
Alpha of Jkissackvseits. and the Alalia of J\*ew- fh-mp :■ (u're , 
The branch in Virginia having beet me extinct, the three 
New-England Alphas are the only ones at present in Amer- 
ica. No charier can be granted unless by the unanimous 
approbation of all the branches,. 

The objects of the Institution are to promote friendship 
an 6* science among its memherVj and to excite emulation 
among the candidates for a<!mi- ssiori. Its influence upen ihe 
seminaries where it is eslal :hshed, has been eminently hnp- 
py. No college honor ra more anxiously sought for than an 
admission into the- Phi Beta Kappa. 

OFFICERS OF TI1R ALPHA OF COKSFCTICUT. 
James 1... Kftf^sley, e?q. President, 



Lcc 



)\vight, esq Yiee-Freshkof. 
K. Wales, esq. Corresponding Seexciaiy* 



klTll'A OF ]MAPSACFT^F.TT«. 

Iforj. hsaac Parker, lj, d. PrefWeiijt. 

ki.iiey Vv;!i:irt!, Vie* 



113 

Andrews Norton, A. m. Secretary. 
Professor Levi Hedge, Treasurer. 

ALPHA OF NEW- HAMPSHIRE. 

Hon. William H. Woodward, President. 

Henry Hutthinson, esq. Vice-President. 

Tlismas I. Murdock, a. m. Corresponding Secretary. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Tillotson Pronson, d. b. Principal. 
Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of Langiutges. 
Burrage Beech, esq. Treasurer and Secretary. 
Anniversary— 'First Wednesday of October. 
Vacations — From the 2d Wednesday of April, four »veeks, 
and from 1st Wednesday of October, tour weeks. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Rev. David A. Sherman, Preceptor. 
Vacations — From the first Wednesday in September, three 
weeks ; from the first Wednesday in January, two weeks ; 
audfrom the first Wednesday in May, two weeks. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY (MASS.)' 

(Founded A. D. I606.) 
Rev. John Thornton Ivirkland, d d v L.d. President. 

Aaron Dexter, m. d. Prving Professor of Chemistry and 

JMatci ia J\ ledic a. 

William D. Peck, a.m. Mass. Professor Natural History. 

Rev. Henry Ware, d.d. Hollis Professor of Theology. 

Hen. Isaac Parker, ll.d. Ilnyal Professor of Law. 

-Levi Heilj^e, a.m. College Prof. Log.Jlsiaph.and Ethics' 

Rev. John S. Popkin,D.D. College Prof, of Greek. 
Rev. Joseph M'Kcan>.LL d. Boyhton Pr f f. Itheto. and Ova* 

Sidney WiUard, a.m. Hancock Prof Hebrew, and9$her 
Orient. Lang, and En'g. Langi 



114 

James Jackson, m.d. Hersey Prof, Hieo. and Prac. Med, 

John C. Warran, m.d» Hersey Prof. Jlnat, and Surgery, 

John Goihamj m.d. Adjunct Prof . Chsm, and Mai. Med* 

Levi Frisbie, a.m. College Prof '. hat. 

John Farrar, a.m. Mollis Prof Math, and Nat. PhiU 

licv. David Everett, a.'m. Prof Greek Idierat. 

Andrew Norton, a. m. Librarian, and Dexter Lecturer, 

Jacob Bigelow, m. d. Lecturer, Mat, Med. and Hot, 

Walter Channing, m.d. Lecturer Obstetric. 

Joseph G. Kendall, a.m. Tut. Geom. Nat. Phil, and El em, 

Slstroiu and Registrar. 

Jonathan M. Wainwright, a. m. Ins true, Rhet, and Oraf. 

John Brazer, a. B. Tutor Lat, 

Allston Gibbs, a.m. Proctor* 

Henry Ware, A m. Asdstitnt Librarian, 

Charles Folsora, a.b. Regent. 

Thomas Savage, a. b. Proctor* 

N. Faucoa, Instruc. French Lang. 

CGmffie?ice?mnt,—hi\$t Wednesday in August. 

Vacations— From Commencement, four weeks ; from tn^ 
fourth Wednesday in December, seven weeks; and from? 
the third Wednesday in May, two weeks. 

Number of Graduates at the last Com mencement 66. 

WILLIAMS COLLEGE, (MAS.) 

(Incorporated June 22, 1793.) 

Rev. Zephaniah Swift Moore a.m. President. 

]\ev. Alvin Hyde, d.d. Vice-President. 

Hon. Daniel Dewey y Professor ofLaxvand Civil Polity. 

Chester Uewcy, a.m. Professor of .Mathematics and Nat- 
ural Philosophy, and Lecturer o?i Chemistry. 

I'.l.cnczer Kellogg, a >:. Professor oj Language?* 






I 



Tutors. 



U5 

Amatus Robbins, a. m. 
Reynolds Bascom, A- B. 
Commencement. — First Wednesdayln September. 
Vacation**— *F*rstj three weeks from Commencement. 
Second, seven weeks from fourth Wednesday in December. 
Third, three Aveeks from the third Wednesday in May. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, '25. 

=-_3=S2E£ <§J» HBB**^ 

BO WDOIN COLLEGE. 

AT BRUNSWICK, (ME.) 
(Incorporated June 24, 179 U) 
Rev. Jesse Appleton, dp. President, 
John Abbot, a.m. Professor of Latin arid Greeh 
Languages. 
Parker Cleveland, A. M. a. a. S. Professor of Mathematics 
and JSaiural Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry 
and Mineralogy. 
Rev. William Jenks, a. m. Professor of the Oriental Lan- 
guages and of the English Language. 
Enos Merrill, a. m } i\,t M . 
Alvan Lanson, a. b. J 
Commencement.-* -First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations.— First, 4 weeks from Commencement. 
Second, 6 weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 
Third, 3 weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 8« 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, (R. I.) 

(Incorporated 1701.) 

Rev. Asa Messer, d. d. lj». d. President. 

Hon. David Howel!, ll. v. Professor of Law. 

Rev. Calvin Fark, A. m. Professor of Moral Philosophy 

and Metaphysics. 

Tristam B urges, Esq. Professor of Oratory and Belles* 

J-fCttres. 

William Installs, m. d. Professor of Jlnatomy and Surgery* 

Solomon Drown, m. d. Professor of Materia Medica 

and Botany, 

Levi Wheaton, m. d. Projessor of the Theory awl 

Practice of Physic. 



tig 

John M. Eddy, m. r>. Adjunct Professor of Anatomy anil 

Surgery* 

John Mackie, m. d. Professor of Chemistry* 

Josephus Wheaton, \ ir. Tutor. 
Caleb. II. bnow, a. m. Tutor and Librarian. 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 
]'acation$—-V\v%t} 3 weeks r¥o?r* Commencement. 
Second, 8 weeks from the last Wednesday in December* 
r J hiril, L 2 weeks from the third Wednesday in May, 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 22. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, (N. IJ.) 

(Founded in 17 69.) 
T?ev. Francis Brown, a m. President. 
Rev. Roswei! ShmtlefF, a. m. Professor of Divinity. 
Ebeuczer Adams Esq. a. . m. Professor of J\lath. andJ\'ai, 
Philosophy. 
Cyrus Perkins, m. d. Professor of Anat. and Surger;;. 
Vacant Professor of Latin, Greek andJiebrew Languages* 
lieuben I) Mussey, m. d. Professor of the 'Theory and 
Practice of Phytic and Materia Medica. 
Daniel Oliver, m d Lecturer on Chemistry ■» 
Thomas T. Murdock, a. m. ? 7 ,. M 
Henry Bond, a. b. \ 

Commencement. — Fourth Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — First, 4^ weeks from Commencement, 
Second, fc£ weeks from the 1st Monday in January. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement. 32. 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

IN ANDOVER* 
(Founded A. D. 1807.) 
Board of'Twislees* Rev. Eliphalet Pearson, LT..D. Pres* 
ident. lion. Oliver Wendell, Esq. Vice-President. Mark 
Newman, Esq. Clerk Samuel Farras, Esq. Treasurer.— 
IRev. .ledediah Morse, d.d. Hon. John PJiiilips, of Boston. 
lion. John Phillips, of Andover. Hon. Josiah Quincy. Rev. 
Daniel Dana, d. d. Kev. Abiel Holmes, b, d, John A* 
dams, t\. m. Mr. Samuel H. Walley. 



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Board «/ Visitors. William Burtlet, Esq Pjsesulen't:-** 
Rev. Samuel Spring, u. i>. Secretary < llev. Timothy 
Dwight, d. D. LL. t>. Moses Ui'own, fclsq. Hon. George 
Bliss, Esq. 

PROFESSORS 
Rev. Ebenezer Porter, r> r> Bartht Professor of Sacred 

Rhetoric. 
Rev. Leonard Woods, d. p, */?,7<W professor oj Christian 

Theology. 
Rev. Mo?.es Stuart, A. m. Assoc* Professor of Sacred Lit- 
erature, 
Vacation!;. — First, f> weeks from the Thursday following 
the 1st Wednesday in May. 

Second, 6 weeks from the Thursday following the fourth 
Wednesday in September. 

Public examination, 4th Wednesday in September. 
Regular time of admitting; Students, at the begiohiiaj; (if 
the winter term. 

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 

(Incorporated Nov. 1800.) 

Rev. Henry Davis, d. d. President. 

Hon. Daniel Chipman, a.a.s. Professor of Law. 

Frederick Hall, A. as. c.a.s. n.y. p.s. kc. Professor of 

Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. John Hough, a.m. Professor of Languages. 

Eleazer Barrows, a. m. Senior Tutor and Librarian. 

Solomon M Allen, A. B* Junior Tutor. 
Commencement. — Third Wednesday in August. 
Vacations. — First, 3 weeks from Commencement. 
Second, 10 weeks from the 1st Wednesday fa January. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 3&. 

UNION COLLEGE, AT SCHENECTA- 
DY, (N. Y.) 

Rev. Eliphalet Nott, d. d. President. 
Rev. Andrew Yates, a. m. Professor of 'Moral Philosophy 

and Logic. 

Thomas M'AuIey 1 , a. m. Professor of Mathematics and 

Natural Philosophy* 



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Thomas C. Brownell, Professor of Belles Lettres and 
Chemistry. 
Pierre Gregofre "Reynard, .Professor of French Language* 
John Ludlow, } 

Benjamin B. Wisner, > Tutors* 
Samuel S. Davis, 3 

Commencement. — Fourth Wednesday of Jim e- 
Vacaiicns. — First, from Commencement 7 weeks. 
Second, in December 3 weeks. Third, in April 6 weeks. 



HAMILTON" COLLEGE, IN ONEIDA 
COUNT XV (N Y.) 

(Incorporated in 1812.) 
Rev. Azel Backus, d. d. President. 
Beth. Norton, A. m. Professor of Latin arid Greek Lan- 
guages* 
Jfrsiah Moves, m. d. Professor of Chemistry and Mineralo- 
gy and Lecturer on Natural Philosophy. 
Theodore Strong, a. m, ~) , r . 
Jusiah SpaSdin.^A. b. £ /"tors. 
Commencement. — Third Wednesday in September. 
Vacations. — First, from Commencement 6 weeks. 
Second, from the first Wednesday in February, 3 weeks, 
Third, from the third Wednesday in May, 4 weeks. 



AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND 

SCIENCES. 

Edward H. Ilolyoke, m. d. President. 
John T. Kirkland, d.d. ll.d. Vice-President* 
Hon. George Qabot, 
Rev. John Lathrop, d. D. 
Caleb Gannett Esq. 



Hon. John Davis, ll.d. 

Rev. James Freeman, d. d» 

Aaron Dexter, m.d. 

Hon. Thomas Dawes, 

Rev. Henry Ware d. d. 

Charles Bulfinch, Esq. 

Wm. D. Peck, Prof JYat. His. j 



Counsellors. 



Ill 

John Farrar, Prof. Math. Recording Secretary. 
Hon. Josiah Quincv, Corresponding Secretary, 
Thomas L. Wiuthrop Esq. Treasure)'. 
John C. Warren, m. d. Vice-Treasurer. 
Rev. I)r. Lathrop, Librarian, 
John Gorham, M. d. Cabinet Keeper. 
Rev. Bri Kirkland, S 

Hon. Nathaniel Rowditch, I ^ ... * n l 

Profes.orPotr.r, ^ Committee of Pub. 

Tier. Dr. Freeman, j *■*■* 

Professor Willard, J 

Annual meeting at Boston, May 30th. 

CONNECTICUT 

ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES- 

(Incorporated October 1799.) 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, d.p. ll.d. President. 
His Excellency John Cotton Smith, -\ 
Gen. David Humphreys, ( Vice-Presidents. 

Hon. James Hillhouse, } 

Hon. Simeon Baldwin, ^ 

Hon. David Daggett, J 

Hon. John Trumbull, )> Councillors* 

Hon. Jonathan ingersoll. 
Rev. Tillotson Bronson, D. D. J 
Enoch Perkins, esq. ^ 

Jeremiah Day, esq. J Corresponding Secretary. 
Sylvanus Backus, esq. 3 

Dr. Jonathan Knight, Recording Secretary, 

Stephen Twining esq. Treasurer. 
President D wight, -\ 

Professor Day, \ Committee of Publications* 

Professor Silliman, 3 

Annual meeting 4th Tuesday of October. 
The Rev. Elijah Waterman, 1st Orator, and Dr. Jonathan 
Knight, 2d. Orator, at the next annual meeting. 

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MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, 

'Captain General and Commander in Chief. 
Col. Joseph Trumbull, 7 JUfofaCamp. 
Col. William M. Smith, 5 f 

HIS HONOR, 

Lieutenant General. 

> Aids-de-Camp 

Major-General Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant General 
Major Thomas M. Huntington, > MMe . Cam ^ 
Major Henry Hudson, 3 

Col, .Tared Scarborough, Quarter-Master Genera!, 
Walter Buddington, -\ 
Elizur Goodrich, jun. \ Assistants, 
Hezekiah Goddard, S 
Colonel James Ward, Commissary General, 
lloswell Bartholomews,") a • *~ + 
SerenoE.Dwight J ^^ants. *, 

Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master General. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 



JiT HARTFORD. 
horse. Daniel Buck esq. Major Commandant 
1st. Company* BarziliaiD. Buck, 1st Lieutenant 

Kobert W. JJamsdell, 2d Lieutenant 
Charles Greenleaf, Cornet 
foot. Isaac 1). Bull, Major Commandant 

1st, Company . Richard E. Goodwin, Copt, and 1st Lieut. 
Philo Hillyer, 2d Lieutenant 
James M." Goodwin, 3d Lieutenant 
Samuel Church. 4th Lieutenant 
George Beach, Ensign, 



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AT NEW-HAVFN. 
horse. Enos A. I'rescoi t esq. Major Commandant 
?d. Company. Samuel Newton, jun. 1st lieutenant 
— . ■ , 2d Lieutenant 
„_ — , Cornet 
foot. Timothy Bishop,, esq "Major Commandant 

2c/. Company. Jared l!>ootktle. Oapt. and 1st Lieutenant 
Mffze.kiah HotcfiWiss, inn. 2:1 Lieutenant 
Kzekiel Hotchkiss, .3d Lieutenant 
William ].?. Wallace, 4rh Lieutenant 
"William O. Atwater, Ensign. 



• m otet O .-SZJ?»- 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Seventh C:u>ades. 
Solomon Cowles, esq. Major General. 

Major WiUi.iT . L. Cowles, ? £fa Cam0 
Major Alfred Cowles, \ 

Lieutenant-Colonel George Cowles, Inspector 
Major Thomas Gleason, Quarter-Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

. Moses Tryon, jun. esq. Brigadier General 

— ; , Md -de-Camp. 

Sheldon W. Candee, Brigade- Major and Inspector. 
Christopher Colt, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

1st. tiegt. James Loomis, lient. col. commandant. 
Vfoses Goodman, jun 1st maj, .Robert T. Mather fld raaj. 

Charles Hosnicr, adjutant.' Henry A. Rowland) chaplain. 
Vacant, quarter-master. Timothy Loomis, pay-master.-— 
Fames E. Mart, Sungeon. Vacant, surgeon Vmale. . 

Artillery Company* Nathan .lohusm?, captain. Seth 
Whiting, 1st lieutenant, Jahcz Ripley, <d 'lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenant: ' Ensigns 

JJght Infantry i 
William Johnson Wriliam Viowtaffite John Salter 
loseph Woodbridge John \V. Humphrey Daniel Miller 

Vacant • Henry Loo.nis J Augustine Drake 



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Giles Ellsworth Joel Thrall Eleazer Gaylord 

David Sekleu Sam'l Huribur, 2dt George Flagg 

John Palmer Philander Rowley David Holcomb 

Samuel Carl well Oliver Keisey Titus Burr 

John F. Waters Erastus Barber Elijah Filley 

Wm. Wadsworth Dyer White Edward Goodwin 



18th regt. Arnold P Humphreys, lieut. col. comMt. 
Jesse P. Holcom, 1st maj. Ezra Adams, jr. 2d maj 

Asahel Bliss, adjutant. Allen M'Lean, chaplain. Va- 
cant, quarter master. Jeffery O.Phelps, pay-master. Ben- 
jamin Weed, jr. surgeon. William Everett, surgeon's- 
mate. 

Artillery Company, Seretio Petti-bone, captain. Decius 
Humphreys, 1st lieutenant. Oliver Humphreys, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Tsaae Phelps, jr. Starling Dibble James Lewis 
AbnerCase Lemati Reed Sterling Reed 



James Cornish Asa Cornish 
Dudley Humphreys Zebiner Moses 

Walter Thrall Charles Buck 

Gad Curtiss Ralph Dyer 

James Hug-gins, jr. Joab Griffin 

Loin Humphreys Asahel Bliss 

John Viets Erastus Roberts 



Oliver Filley 



Nathan Case 
Stephen Case 
Lot Thompson 
Calvin Case 
Arden Holcom 
Jedediah Wilcox jr. 
Moses Tibbets 



Ebenezer Sheppard David Pinney 



19th regt. Francis McLean, lieut. col. commandant. 
David Abbe, 1st. major. Erastus Strong, 2d major. 

Chester King, adjutant. Thomas Robbins, chaplain.— 
Paul G. Smith, quarter-master. Joseph M. Merrow. pay- 
master. Eleazer M'Cray, surgeon. David Bemis, su-r- 
geon's-mate. 

Artillery Company, Giles Olm stead, captain. William 
Jones, 1st lieutenant. Stephen Pitkin, 2d lieutenant. Aa- 
ron F. Olmstead, 3d lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Martin Rockwell Leonard King Horace Terry 

Stephen Heath Clark Mcintosh liomio Noble 



Joseph Goodwin 
Charles S. Phelps 
Aaron Farmer, jr. 
Moses Ensign 
Clarke Foster 
William Wilson 
bin A. Hall 
Peter Buck I ami 
Simeon Darker 
Ireneus Brown 



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Joseph P. Jones 
Henry Oshorn 
Eben'r Strong, jr. 
Edward Forbes 
Ebenecftr Smith 
Miner While 
Solomon Carpenter 
Ehenezer Gibbs 
Eli Morton 
Pierpout llollisler 



Timothy Spencer 
Orrin Lord 
Sylvester Skinner2d 
Anson Poi ter 
Josiah Kimball 
James Symonds 
Oliver H. King 
Ozias Bissell 
Asahel Loom is 
Hanan Cooley 



22d bkgt. Elijah Smith, lient. col. commandant. 
Samuel Bradley, 1st major. John Kingsbury, id major. 

Aimer S. Porter, adjutant. IJubbel Loom is, chaplain. 
Chester Loomis, quarter master. Billings Grant, pay m.s- 
ter. Hhodolphus Ladd, surgeon. Chester Carpenter, sur- 
*eonVmate. 

Artillery Company. Daniel W. Badger, captain. Wil- 
liam Porter, 1st lieutenant. Samuel Menil, 2d lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns, 

Light Infantry 
Amos Hovey Rufus Leonard David Belcher 

Alvin Hyde Oliver Hyde Eli Hyde 



lames White 
Darius A, Id en 
Roger Barber 
Foseph Merrie, 2d. 
Samuel Crawford 
Daniel Loomis, jr. 
Jona. Johnson, jr. 
Wyllis Pease 



David Robinson 
Alvin Hy<!e 
Ralph Cobb 
Isaac Niles 
Abner Badger 
Alden Baker, 
Apollos Spelman 
Nathan Charter 



Elins Palmer, jr. 
Oliver Hyde 
Jeremiah Baker 
Philip Porter 
Wiilard Badger 
James M. Wright 
Joseph Johnson 
Reuben Newton 



SistREGT, Amariah Kibbe, jun. lieut col. com'dt. 

Jabez. King, 1st major. Jabez Collins, 2d major. 
Rosweli Parsocjn adjutant. William L. Strong, chaplain. 
Horace Metcalf, quarter-master. Gabriel Lewis, pay-mas- 
ter. Horatio A. Hamilton* surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's- 
mate. 
Captafas Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Eiiph&let Collins Lorrain 1\ Pease Joseph Ingrahara 



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Samuel Norris Jona. Remington Roswtfl Adams 



Thomas Austin, jr. David Bennet 
Jonah G;iswo!d,ji\ Philp Parsons 
Oliver Collins Horatio Kibbe 

Alfred Davis George Meaeham 

Luke Kibbe John Phelps 

Isaac Pomeroy Andrew Denison 

Simon Kendall, jr. Abijah Hastings, jr. 
A polios Phelps, Jonathan M. Viets 



David Mall 
Parsons Henry 
Theodore Pease 
Horace Metoalf 
Calvin Hai! 
James K. Shekbn 
Alfred Sikes 



Firt Regiment of Cavalry 

Jonathan Bartlett, lieut col. commandant. 

Peier B. Gleason, major. Alexander Wells, adjutant 

•Shubael Bartlett, chaplain. Beuoui Stiles, jun. quarter 

master. Jabez T. Taylor, pay master. John W. Han 

chett, surgeon^ E D. Smith, snrgeonVniate. 



\ fit Troop 
Isaac Perkins,. captain 
Horatio Alden, 1st lieut. 
William Dunham, 2d lieut 
David M'Kinhey, cornet 

2d Troop 
Austin Phelps, captain 
Asaph Tuller, 1st Heat. 
Joseph Pinney, 2d lieut. 
Erastus Graham, cornet 

$d Troop 
Epah. 1«. Phelps, captain 
JoIhi Collins, 1st lieut. 



Samuel Belcher, 2d lieut. 
Benoni Stiles, jun. cornet 

Ath 'Troop 
Harry Cogswell, captain 
Stephen Johnson, 1st lieut. 

— > 2d lieut. 

John Lyon cornet 

5 th Trcop 
Timothy Abbey, eaptain 
Bela Bemont, 1st lieut. 
Jere. Uiiss, 2d lieut. 
Erastus Gleason, cornet. 



SEVENTH BRIGADE." 

Levi Lusk, esq. Brigadier-General. 

George Plummer, ferigade-Majw and Inspector. 

Ethan A. Andrews, A 'id '-de- 'Camp." 

Seth J. North, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



6th hegt. Martin Kellogg, jun. lieut. col. commandant. 
Joseph Still man, 1st maj. James Sellew, '2d maj. 
Asher Jtobbins, adjutant. Calvin Chapin, chaplain. Tto- 
ger Welles^ quarter-master. Joseph Wright, p.ty -master^ 



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Jani^el B. Woodward, surgeon. Ashbcl Robertson, stir*- 
jc'm.'s mate. 

Captains Lieutenants E?istgns 

Seoi £e Crane Simoon ChiirchiJl Sylvester Havens 

(esse Goodrich Thomas Mygalte Eli Stoddard 

Kvjamifi Hale, jr. Israel Good r\ph Amos il. Treat 

2dm. Bulkeley Austin Robbings Wm. Robbins 

oseph Camp Wm. Demming Simeon Stoddard 

arcd Strickland Waiter Hale George Covel 

Bah TryTM Charles Strickland .lame;.? Alger 

benjamin Wilcox Joseph Galpin Wm. Hohi^ter 

15th rfgt. Gem ge Oowles, lieut. col com'dt. 
Gad FVisbie, 1st mi«jor. Timothy (Jowjcs, 2;! msyrti*. 
Hiehard Battfm, Jan. adjdtatit. — — — ■ ■ ■ , quarter- lonfri 
er. James Ki Ct nip, pay-master Noah Porter, chaplain, 
jjims Merrim ah,- surgeon. Asahel Yale, surgeonVnv.ae. 

■irtUleru Compavi:. Thomas Botsibrd, captain. Daniel 

\V< ndruft", 1st lieutenant. Hrzekiah 3 perry, *'d lieutenant. 

•Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company 

^hnuncey Sweet Mark. Thompson John Thompson jr. 

Light Infantry 

J hiio Cams Chester Grannis Root Gridley 

lomeo We!ton Alfred CowUs Anion Havvley 

saac Botsfcrd Richard Cowies Chester Kellogg 

teth I. North Jona Re!dcn,jr. Joseph Wright, 2d. 

saiah Norton Tracy Peck Daniel Hill 

Martin Smith Stephen Wakeley Riley Ti-dale 

Chad. L.Thompson Asaph Woodford Francis Woodruff 

A illiam Marks Jason Squire Joseph S. Peck 

Kb. Petlibone, jr. Giles Grtiswold Joshua Moses 



2o<\ regt. Daniel White, lieui. col. commandant. 
Josiah Sage, 1st maj. Jeremiah Taj lor, L Zd maj. 
Stephen Taylor, adjutant. Dan Huntington, ch.aplain. 
^benczer W r . Sage, quarter jog aster. Henry Southmayd, 
)ay master. John Richmoud, surgeon. Joseph P. Gilbert, 
urgeon's mate. 
-Captains lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Fnjuiurtj 
rhomas Sill Daniel Dmul George Tv r . Bali 



Josiah Wetmore 
Isaac Webber 
Aaron C. Sears 
Joei Baitlelt 
Tlio's Sc4den, 2d. 
Lathrop Lee 
Nat. Markham, jr. 
Daniel Smith 
John Bacon, jr. 



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Charles Churchill 

Elizur Barns 
A masa Savage 
Jacob Roberts 
Jesse Hall 
Simeon Selden 
Bela Coe 
Olmsted Gates 



Seth Branch 

Robert Johnson 
Joseph Williams 
Josi.M. Hubbard 
John Wilcox 
Jacob W. Tookcr 
Fairchikl Camp 
Nathan'l G. Cone 



Horace Penfield Joel Randall 
Nathan'l Boardraan Lemuel White 



24th iiegt. Joshua Bulkeley, 2d. lieul. col. com'dt 
Jonathan Beckwith, 1st major. Guy Bigelow, 2d majott 

Oren Staples, adjutant. Amasa Loomis, chaplain. Urial 
Carrier, jun. quai ter-rnaster. Vacant, pay -master. Eze 
kiel W. Parsons, surgeon. Daniel K. Watrous, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains Lieutenants "Ensigni 

Samuel Crowell Joseph O. Ackley Azariah Smith 
Eikanah Williams Nehcmiah Randall George Clark 



Asa Smith 
Joseph Staples 
Avery Morgan 
Israel Cone, jun, 
Samuel B. Griffin 
Harris B. llcgei s 



Phin. Gates, jun. 
Oren Staples 
Lyman Fargo 
Thomas Swan 
Wells Anderson 
Mark Dodge, 



Caleb Gates, jun. 

Edward C. Dodge 
Lebbeus Rogers 
Orrin Gates 

Sam'l Beckwith, 2d, 
Elijah Loomi3 



Seventh Regiment Cavalry. 

David Deming, lieut. col. commandant 
Martin Cowles, major. Richard Hubbard, adjutant. Jo« 
shua L. Williams, chaplain. Alpheus Shumvvay, quarter 
master. James Cowles, pay -master. Elijah Butts, surgeon 
Vacant Sureebtv's-mate. 



2</ Troop 
Asa Boardman, eaptain 
Alpheus S hem way, 1st; It. 
Daniel Baeon, 2d lieut. 
Noadiah Rockwell, jr.eornet 



3d Troop 
Urban Barret, captain 
Philemon Woodruff, 1st It. 
Chester Lewis, 2d lieut. 
Edward Norton, cornet 



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Ath Troop 
Ozen Woodruff captain 
Timothy H. Koot, 1st lieut. 
Sidney Wadsworth, 2d lieut- 
NoaK L Phelps, cornet 

5th Troop 
Erastus Sage, captain 
Richard Wileox, 1st lieut. 



Peregrine Craig 1 , 2d lieut. 
Wait Williams, cornet. 

f)lh Troop. 
Eleazer Veazey, captain. 
Selden Cook, 1st lieut. 
Lazarus Watrous, 2d. lieut. 
Nath'l C. Smith, cornet. 



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SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 2d and 4th Brigade* 
John Hubbard, esq major- general 

Major Chauncey Bunce, > ^^ 

Major Leonard A. Daggett, \ r 

Lieut. Col. Charles Sherman, inspector 
Major Stephen Hug-gins, quarter-master 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Hezekiah Howe, esq. brigadier-general 

Henry Butler, Aid-de-Camp 

Ralph T. Ingersol!, brigade-major and inspector 

John Barker, brigade quarter-master 

2d regt. Eliaha Hull, lieut. col. commandant - 
Beriah Bradley, tst major. Elisha Punderson, 2d major 
James Bradley, jun. adjutant, Vacant chaplain. Isaac 
Beers, quarter- master. Leverett Hubbard, pay-master, 
Timothy P. Beers, surgeon. Vacant aurgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Samuel WillmoU Isaac Mis John Hempstead 

James Brewster 

James Thompson 

Bradford fmitli 



JfcU Gilbert 
jjAnrns Morris, jr. 
! Enos Smith 
Jesse Brockett 
Timothy Andru? 
Ambrose Tuttle 
[Jacob Whiting 



Grimily Harrison 
Klias Bradley 
Zaccheus Candy 
Pierpont Brockett Andrew Pierpont 
Eliada TuUfc Manning Tuttle 

Leverit Tuttle 1 1 ez. Brockett, 3d 

Major Goodsell Elihu Blake 



,t !tl 



7th regt. John Brain arc), 3d. lieut. col. com'dant 
Joseph Shipmate It t major* Obtdiah. Plaits, 'id m^jori 



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Henry Snuflfy adjutant. Aaron. Hovey, chimlain. Na- 
thaniel L. Mart, quarter-master. Amos Sheffield, pay- 
master. Samuel Carter, surgeon. Ezra S. Mather, sur- 
geon's-mate. 

Jlrtillery Company 

William Bull, captain. Noah Walker, 1st lieut. Stephen 
Clunker, 'id lieut. Daniel Williams, 3d lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns * 

William. Ingham Benjamin Dowel Richard Chaiker 
Gideon Higgius Aaron Brainaid Thomas Shatter 
George Buell * Leele Hurd Silas Carter 

Jabez Soutfeworth John Bull, jun. Barnebus Bates 

Aaron Bus.lmel» 2d Alanson Radfield Wil!iam«H. Lay 
Amos Smith Michael M'Nary Seiden Huntington 

Moses Wilcox Aaron Wilcox Jeremiah Hull 

Eleazer Clark Samuel Colt Ansel Southwcrth 

Sylvester Brainard Job Hubbard, jun. Sylvester Hubbard 
Jeremiah 11. Tost Lorenzo Smith David Stevens 



10th rtgt. Solomon U.Hall, lieut. eol. com'dt. 
William Marks, 1st major. Samuel Peck, 2d major. 
Lyman. Collins, adjutant Chaplain vacant. Quarter- 
master do. Liverus Carrinton, pay-master. Jared P. Rut- 
land, tusgeon. Vacant, suigeon's-mate. 

Captains Liew'enants Ensigns 

high tlnfa nfry 
Ethelbert Benham Jacob Robinson Levi Smith 
Caleb Cook, jun. Asaph Hall John B. Johnson 

Wiiiiam Todd Ira Andrews William Mix 

Charles Robinson . ichabod Gamp Uk-hard Hubbard 

T^addcus Street Phineas T. Ives ■ Thomas D. Moss 
Jesse A (we'd Jeremiah Stevens Jesse C. Hm 

Lyman CoMins Samuel Yale Levi Yale 

Ueisjamin -Plait Kehcmiah Smith CJid.'M. llott 



27th kegt. Brnjnndn Baldwin, Isrut col. eom'dl 

Amos Fowler, 1st m*-:\. Ebehezer* J add, 2d maj. 

Joseph Clrd:ey, adjutant. William F, Vaiil, ciiapla. 

Medad ilulcomb, qui.Vter-ir.asler. Comfort Starr, pa) 



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master. Anson Foot, surgeon. Lyman Parker, surgeon V 
mate. 

Captains Lie ute nants 

John B. Chittenden William Hart 



Ensign* 
Joel Parmeia, jun. 



Samuel Burgiss 
Joel Ives 
Samuel If. Stone 
Curtis Wilcox 
Augustus ilussel 
David Chittenden 
Malica Cook 
Josiah Coan, jun. 



Minor Bra'ky 
Chandler Barker 
David Parmelee 
Hubbard Grave 
Samuel Harrison 
Joseph Chid sev 
Dennis Talmadge 
Anson t ieid 



John Starr, jun. 
Wm. U. Johnson 
George A. Foot 
Jonathan Scranton 
Jason Page 
Cyrus Benton 
Vacant 
David Dudley 



32d regt. William Fenn, lieut. col. commancTant 

Barnabus Woodcock, 1st major. Gideon liifcgs* 2d mnjor 

Truman Coe, adjutant. Caleb Pitkin, chaplain. John 

Davis, jun. quartermaster. Daniel Baldwin, pay-master. 

Pearl Crafts, surgeon. Mason A. Durand, surgeon 's-.maie 



Captains 

Joseph Piatt 
P bine has Peck 

Nehcmiah Clark 
David Jackson 
Stephen B. Ford 



Ensigns 

Nathaniel Smith 
Arch A. Perkins 

Luke Clark 
Lewis Reeroer 



Lieutenants 
, Grenadiers 
Michael Peck 
Timothy Ball, jr. 

Daniel Clark 

Isaac Thompson 

Andrew Beard, jr. Eliakim Botsfortl 
Raymond Baldwin Andrew Clark Henry Merriman 

Horace Candee Chauncey M.HatcU Divine Chatneld 
Mitchel Pec'c Nathan Nettleton Alien Thomas 

David Lum Asa Bassett Samuel Bassett, 2d. 

John W. Woester John W T hil\ jr. Daniel White 

Battalion of Artillery annexed to the Second Brigade. 
— — — -, major. Joseph A. Bishop, captain. 
Lewis Hotchkiss, 1st lieutenant. Raphael Dickeuson., 2<J 
lieut. Phi I os Blake, 3d lieut. Edwin Porter, 4th tteut. 



Second Regiment Cavalry. 
George Hoadley, esq. lieut. col. commandant. 
Thaddeus Harrison, mnjor- D*vid L. Baldwin, adjutant. 
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Samuel Merwin, chaplain. 
Jonathan Knight, surgeon. 

1st Troop 
Lyman Atwater, captain. 
Medad Atwater, jr. 1st lieut. 
Degrasse Mai thy, 2d lieut. 
Joel Auger, cornet. 

2d Troop 
Lewis Clark, captain. 
William Graves, 1st lieut. 
Joseph R* Shaler, 2d lieut. 
Arnold If. Haddon, cornet. 



Isaac Benton, quarter-master. 
— — — surgeon's mate. 
3d Troop 

Biilious Cook, captain. 

Charles A Stanley, 1st lieut. 

Russell HhII, 2d lieut. 

Thomas Hubbard, cornet. 
kth Troop 

Jonas F. Merwin, captain. 

David R. Baldwin, 1st lieut. 

EmocIi W. Piatt, 2d lieut. 
[Isaac Dfokerman, cornet* 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Enoch Foot, esq. Brigadier General. 

-, Brigade Major and Inspector 



Benjamin S. Smith, Brigade Quarter-Master 
Gharles B. Bubbell, JHd-ileCanip. 

4th regt. Gershom Burr, lieut. col. commandant 

John Meeker, 1st major. Gurdon Bartram, 2d major. 

Thomas Sturges, adjutant. Heman Humphrey, chaplain. 

Edward Avery, quarter-master. Thaddeus VV. Bennet, 

pay master. Wiliiani B. Nash, surgeon. Uriah Parrock, 

aurgeonVmate. 

Artillery Company. 
Lewis Gorham, captain. Jeremiah Barton* 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d lieut. 

Captains JJeutenawts Ensigns 

Joseph Sturges Kobert Knap Step'n Morehouse 

Walter Sherwood Jonathan Lewis Azor Osborne 
Isaac Bennet John W. Hanford Burr Meeker 

II. D. Baldwin Daniel Gould Peter Webster 

Benj. A. Darling Phinehas Chapman William Meeker 
Silliman Godfray Albert Lock wood 2d Jos. H. Andrews 
Oliver C Sanford Joseph L Darling Bradford Winton 
John B. Merrit Joseph Hawley,jr. Lemuel Adams 

llcnj. Bcardsce^jr. Lbenezer Hawkins Ebeiiezer Silliman 



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§th regt. Ebenozer Mead, lieut. col. commandan! 

Seth Mead, 1st major. Rutus Wate rbury, *«!d major 
Sylvester Johnson, adjutant. Isaac Lewis, d. d chap. 
l'eut. Obadiah Mead, quarter-master. Theodore Daven- 
port, pay-master. Darius Mead, surgeon. Elisha Belcher, 
jr. surgeon's- mate. 



Captains 

Smith Clason 
Isaac Peck, 3d 



Lieutenants 
Li^ht Infantry. 
Daniel Lock wood 
Jonas Mead 



Ensig?is 

Wm M. Snath 
Vacant 



Stephen Ferris, jr, 
Peter Smith jr* 
Noah Mead 
Nathaniel Knap 
George Reynolds 
Drake Husted 
Philo Weed 



AsahelJobnson William Wilmot 
FrederickLockwoodJohn Ferris 



John Selleck 
Lewis Hobby 
Henry Ritch 
Benj. Smith, jr. 
Jonas Howe 



Horace Waterbury 

Vacant 

Theo's firundagc 

Jfacob Day to a 

Vacant 



28th regt. 



Jacob Stephens jr. Luther Weed 

— ooco— 

Daniel Burrit, lieut col. commandant 



Lewis Fairchi!d,jr. 1st major. Eli L. Hawley, Sed raaj. 

Barnum Beach, adjutant, Ashbel Baldwin, chaplain, Ca- 
leb Beach, quarter-master, Tra Sherman, pay -master, Wib 
liam J. Shelton, surgeon, John A. Tpmlinson, surgeonV 
mate. 

Artillery Company. 

John Fayerweather, captain. Daniel Wordin, 1st licuL 
Stephen Hawley, 2d lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 
Elihu Beach Federal Brinsmade Simeon French 

loseph S. Porter David B, Brooks Josbh Gorman 

fcf attSiew Curtis John Standish Hubert Wilson 

itiies Judson, jr. Ephraim Beardsley James Wheeler 

^>avid Hawley, jr. Eli Gilbert Wm. R Edward 

[ViUiaru Clark William Kichards John Black man 



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34th regt. William Beklen* Iieut. col. commandant. 

Charles Hantord, 1st maj. Ezra Benedict, 2d maj. 
Jsired Ayres adjutant, byhanus Hayt chaplain, Daniel 
Tiichards quarier- master, Hooker St John pay-master, Sam- 
uel JNoyce surgeon, surgeon's mate vacant. 

Artillery fjvmpany, Adam S w an capu Jose ph Keeler I sfc 
lieut Conrad Newkirk 2d iieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

■'Grenadier Company. 
Samuel Smith Bradley Lee Nathan Smith 

iiczekiah St. John X>av id Lock wood Samuel Hoyt 

Lemuel Glover Eli B Bennet Andrew Akin 

S. B ; Grummon Harvey Keeler Jerem'ah Keeler 

Joseph Bouton Asa Benedict • Wray Sellock 

William Dudley Charles Knapp Ira Setts 

Haw4ey Seymour David Chichester Samuel Sellock 

H'oUy Bell Roswei] Kead Charles Weed 

Jahez Adams' Samuel Gorham Daniel Murry,jt\, 

Samuel Beers lioss fcriviaer WHliam Corastock 



Fourth Regiment of Cavalry. 
Abel Haih iieut. col commandant. 
James Win ton, maj. Moss K. Botsforri, adjutant, Henry 
Sherman, chaplain, Ira B. Wheeler, quarter-master, Am- 
brose Thompsons pay-master, Joseph Odle, surgeon, Peter 
Ci. Oakley, surgeon's-mate. 

1st Troop. | 2d Troop, 

Cyrus Lewis, capt. ' Joseph W. Gorhaiu, capt. 

►}ostph W heeler, :st lieut. -David Sherwood, jr, 1st lieufl 
George Sheltpn, Id Iieut. Jesse Lacy, 2d lieut. 
John" S. Kasson, cornet. Joel Thorp, cornet. 

2 d 'Troop. j Aih Troop. 

Garrit H. Nevvkirk, capt. : John Sachett, capt. 
John Hayt, 1st lieuf j Samuel Davenport, 1st Iieut* j 

Uufu* Bell, 2d lisut. Samuel Brown, jr. 2d lieut 

Joseph Fitch, jr. comet. Zcpher Mead, jr. coruei. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 
\\ iiiituu Williams, Esij. Major-Geuerul. 



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Major Francis Richards* ? «• / 1 ti '* 

Major Thomas Shaw Perkins, S AHlvde - Lam l j * 

Lieutenant Colonel Coddington Billings, Inspector 

3faajor Robert Coit, Quarter-Master. 

THIRD BR[GADE. 

Jirah Tsham, Esq. Brigadier- General. 

George L. Perkins, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Martin Lee, Aid de-Camp. 

Henry Wheat, Brigade Quarter- Master. 

3d regt. William Moore 4th, lieut col. commandant. 
Increase Wilson, 1st major. Thomas M. Williams' 2d ma- 
jor* 

Wyllys Hall adjutant, chaplain vacant, Benjamin Brown, 
quarter-master, vacant pay-master, DyerT* Brainard, sur- 
geon, Nathaniel S. Perkins surgeon's-matei 

Artillery Company, 

John French captain, Henry Dennis, 1st lieut. 
Captains Lieutenants En$ig?i$ 

Light Infantry, 

John Ledyard William Mc Carty Win. C Sistare 

"nomas S Badet Wyllys Hall Leonard H.Buckly 

rlando Raymond Guy Dolbear John C. W[haley 

sa Whitman Jeremy Fox Solomon Rogers 

llAaron Douglass Josiah L. Baker Levi Bishop 

,emuel G. Crocker Elisha Beckwith Elisha Caulkins 

amuel Comstoek Isaac Turner Azel F Rogers 

amucl Green Harris Rogers Guy Wheeier, jr. 

8th regt. William Belcher, licut. col. commandant. 

Daniel Morgan 2d, 1st maj. Stephen Billings, 2d maj 
Adjutant vacant, Horatio Waldo chaplain, James L. Lester 
ftuarter-master, John Miner, jr. pay -master, Eleazer B» 
gowning surgeon, Lucius Tyler surgeon's-mate. 

Captaitis Lieutenants Ensigns 

William Palmer Breed Brown. Fred'erk Brewster 

[lohft Barber jr. Ezra Daboll Jasper Morgan 



Amos Morgan 
Joseph Lester 
John Avery jr. 
Jonathan Fish 
Jacob Gal'up 
Anson Avery 



13-4 
Jonathan Haven 
Charles Cook 
James Averill, jr. 
Henry Harding 
Isaac Gallup 
Hubbard Stoddard 



John S. Moseiy 
RalphHutehingson 
Ephrahtf Tucker 
Roswel! Packer 
Samuel Mallet 
The*. Bellows 



20th regt. Freeman Tracy, lieut. col. comraandantt 

Stephen 13. Allen, 1st maj. — — , 2d maj 

Reuben Bishop, adjutant, Levi Nelson, chaplain, Thomas 

II. Wilson, quarter-master, Nathaaiel Gilbert, pay-master, 

Reuben Burgess, surg, Richard P. Tracy, surgecn's-mate. 

Jlrtillery Company. 

Charley Thomas capt. John Lathrop 1st lieut. Avery 

Brumley, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light infantry 
Timothy Morse Daniel Carpenter Asa Peck 

Grenadier Company* 
Charles French Samuel Story Martin Bubhneil 



Joshua Maples- 
Daniel Gage r, jr. 
Bishop Barn ham 
Paul Harvey 
Elijah A bell 
Alvin Ahell 
Erastus Coit 
Spencer L) on 



John Ellis 
Stephen Tracy 
Martin Warren 
Eph-m Benjamins- 
Guy Hough 
Jacob Hyde 
Thomas Gavit 
Jedediah Lcvett 



Jacob Lillie 
J on a. Bailey 
Henry Bishop 
James A very 
William KeHey 
Daiius Fi ink 
Natlr'l Gilbert 
Reuben Bishop 



SOth regt. William Randall, lieut. col. commandant. 

Nathan Wheeler, 1st maj. Nathan Pendleton, 2d maj, 

Henry Chesebrongh, adjutant. Ira Hart, chaplain, Samu- 
el Chapman, quarter-master. Giles R. Hallam, pay-mas- 
ter. William Lord, surgeon. John Billings, surgeon's- 
mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Emigns 

Denison Noye3 Reuben Palmer, 2d. Eph'm WilliamSi 

Asa Swan Samuel Prentice Geo. W. Baldwin;; 

Jesse Breed W r illiam Frink * Dudley Brown 

John W. Hull Silas Chesobrough Elias Hawett, jr. 



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Nnyes Falmer Joseph D. Mason \Villiam Bailey 

Daniel Carr Gideon Chapman Nath Chapman,jr. 

Daniel Miner Phinehas Wheeler Chandler Main 

Horatio G. Lewis Daniel Frink Francis Amy 

53d regt. AsaComstock, jr. lieut. col. commandant 
Jedediah Beebe, 1st maj. Peter Lord, 2d raaj. 

Samuel S. Warner, adjutant. l Lathrop Rockwell v Chap- 
lain. Ezra Pratt, quarter-master. William Noyce, pay- 
master. John L Smith, surgeon. John C. M. Brockway, 
surgeon's mate. 

Jlriillery Company. Charles Harrison, captain. Nathan 
Smith, 1st lieut. Rodney Comstock,2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenant* Ensigns 

Wm. M. Smith Stephen Lay Abraham Clark 

Richard Huntley Jonathan Chappel Joseph A Smith 
Vacant AbrahamE.Perkins Joseph H.Mather 

Sam'l C. Seldon Sam ; l S. Warner Nathan Lord 
Joseph Deshon Lynde L»» Latymer Matthew Tinker 

Ozias Holmes Israel S. Cornstock Julius Andrus 

Sylvester Champion — — , Charles W. Wait 

Third Regiment (if Cavalry. 

Wm. Wiiiiams, jr. lieut col. commandant* 

Nathan Frink, major. Henry F. Lamb, adjutant. Abel 

M'ftwen, chaplain. Elias Brown quartermaster. Erastus 

F. Smith, pay- master. Riehard. Noyes, surgeon. Vacant 

surgeon's-matc. 



\st Troop. 
Samuel Gager, capt. 
Russell Rose, 1st lieut. 
Dudley Tracy, 2d lieut. 
Win. Raymond, cornet. 

2 d Troop. 
Thomas Allyn, 2d. capt. 
John Latham, jr 1st lieut. 
EJisha Avery, 2d iieut. 
John Park Avery, cornet. 



Sd Troop. 
Andrew M. Frink, eapt» 
J a red S.Rogers, lieut. 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Ath Troop. 
Stephen J+ Avery, capt. 
Amos Williams, 1st lieut. 
Russell Hall, 2d lieut, 
Oliver Swan, cornet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

John Salter, esq brigadier-general. 
Zabdiel Hyde, jr. brigade major and inspector. 



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Fen in Swift, quforter-master. 
Miller Stowell, aid-de-camp. 
5 th r£«t. David Young, lieut, col. commandant, 
John Fitch, 1st maj. Asahel Hammond. 2d maj. 
David A. Smith, adjutant. Moses C. Welch, d. d. chap- 
lain. Clark Grant, quarter-master. Peter Southworth, 
pay-master. Christopher S. Avery, surgeon. William 
Brewster, Surgeon's mate. 

Artillery Company. Guidon Hebard, capt. Charles Hunt- 
ington, 1st lieut. — * , 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 

Vacant^ Harvey Fuller Samuel S. Moseley 

Light Infantry, 
Daniel F. Ilebard Royal Dunham Peter Campbell 



Dan Lincoln 
Elias Robbinson 
Jona. Kiagsley, jr. 
Horatio Woodward 
Thomas Utley, jr. 
Horace Russ 
Alfred Clark 
Asjrhel Kimball 



Festas Reed 
John Trumbull 
David L. Fields 
Amos Bu£bee 
James Abbet 
Flavel Gurley 
Dyer Carpenter 
David Whiting 



John A. Smith 
Ira Bennett 
Daniel Tracy 
Nathan Preston 
DanielBurnhamjjr. 
Simeon Allen, jr. 
Elias Scarborough 
Ezekiel Chapman 



11th. beg t. Zephaniah Williams, lieut. col. command*! 

Jonathan May, 1st maj. Jacob Lyon, 2d major. 
William Flyn, adjutant. Roswell Whitmore, chaplain, 
amuel H. Lyon, quarter-master. William K. Green, pay- 
master. Samuel C. Williams, surgeon. Benjamin C. Cong- 
don, surgeon's-mate. 

Artillery Company. Laban Fisher, captain. Barzillai 
Fisher, 1st Lieutenant. Joseph Kelley, 2d Lieutenant, Jq- 
fiiah Dean, Sd Lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 

Moses Holmes Wm Chamberlain James Whcaton, jr. 

Light Infantry. 
Stephen Holmes Elea£» Kieth Abr'm Tourtillott 



Job Williams 



Jeremiah Fields jr. Smith Bruce 



William Lyon, Sd. 
Parker Carpenter 
Solomon Sikes 
Benjamin Bradford 
Aaron Elliott 
Wareham Williams 
John Bates, jr. 
Solomon Corbiii 



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George Bowen 
Wm. Alexander 
Calvin Day 
Isaac Hibbard, 
Elijah Jewett 
Dan'l Trowbridge 
Samuel Dyke 
Dolphus Childs 



John Perry 
Charles Buck 
Zehadee Mitchell 
Luther Rawson 
Royal Carter 
George Sharpe 
Caleb Munyon 
Lathrop Clark 



12th regt. Cornelius Shepard, lieut. col. corarn'dt. 
Samuel West, Istmaj. James Clark, jr. 2d maj. 

George Williams, adjutant, David S. Ripley, chaplain. 
Leonard Heudee, quartermaster. Cornelius Shepard, jr. 
pay -master John S. Peters, surgeon. John Payne, sur- 
geon's-mate. 

Artillery Company. Erastus Holt, captain. Ephraiia 
Wilcox, 1st lieut. John Porter, 2d lieut. 

Captains Ueutenanta Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 
Oliver Kingsley, jr. Isaiah Loomis, 3d Stmon Loomis jr. 

Light Infantry, 
Oliver Pettis John Johnson, jr. Silas Champion 



Pierce Darrow 
Benjamin Lyman 
Erastus Wattles 
Orimel Bigelow 
Chester Daggett 
Samuel Talcott 
Joel Jones, 2d. 
William C. Hills 



Levi Collins 
Norman Little 
Brewster Lee 
Moseley Talcott 
Cyrus Bingham, 
Oliver Wilcox 
Jonathan Hamilton 
Timothy Williams 



Frederick Phelps 
Geo Loomis 
And rev/ Lathrop 
SylvV Gilbert, jr. 
Septimus Perkins 
Diodate Post 
Benjamin Taylor 
Silas Abel ■ 



21st regt. George W. Gordon, lieut. col. comm'dt. 

George Middletown, 1st maj. Andrew T. Judson, 2d maj- 
Williaai Kinnee, adjutant. Luther Wilson, chaplain. 

Allen Harris, quarter-master. Isaac Wright, jr. pay-mas. 

ter. Israel Fuller, jr. surgeon. — Campbell, surgeon's- 

raate. 

Artillery Company, Jedediah Darbe, captain. David 

Prime, 1st lieutenant. Ralph Gady, 2d lieutenant. 



Captains 

Samuel L. Hough 

Job Munrow 
Lovel Cadv 
Elisha P. Philips 
Eiasfus Lesser 
Thomas Kingsley 
George Brown 
Daniel Stanton 
Simon Hutching 



Urutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
Nehem'h fcnsworth Foster Hj de 



David Kinyon 
Ward Woodward 
J olm Tillinghast 
Daniel Hill 
Ira Adams 
Joshua King 
Caleb Potter 
John Eaton, 2d. 



Joseph Spalding 
Joseph Prince 
George Basse 
Ephraim Medbury 
Kussel Park 
Caleb Whitford 
Joseph Pettis, jr. 
Aaron Rude 



Fifth Regiment of Cavalry. 
Stephen F Palmer, lieut. col. commandant. 
Eleazer Sweetland, major. 
Thomas M. Grosvenor, adjutant. Samuel P. Williams; 
chaplain'. Isaao Hoxey, quarter-master. Abel Gay, pay- 
master. Luther Manning, surgeon. Dyer, surgeon's- 
mate. 

Third Troop, 



Frst Troop. 
Alba Burnhano, captain 
Rufus Burnham, 1st lieut. 
John C, Howard, 2d lieut* 
Benjamin Work, cornet 

Second Troop. 
Comfort S. Hyde, captain 
Festus Baldwin, 1st lieut. 
Alfred Hyde, 2d lieut. ' 
Walter Wiliams, cornet 



Roger Bailey, captain 
Andrew Weils, 1st lieut. 
James Pettis, 2d lieut. 
Elara Loomis, cornet 
Fourth Troop. 
Charles Smith, captain 
Judab Lyon, 1st lieut. 
George "\V. Potter, 2d lieut. 
i Jacob Dresser, jr. cornet 

FOURTH DIVISION. 

Conbisting of the 6th and 8th Brigades. 
Elbha Sterliug, esq. Major-Geneial. 

> Mds de-Camp, 

■ ', Inspector. 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Leonard Hurlbut, esq. Brigadier-General. 
Nathan id B . G ay lord, Aid-de- Camp. 



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Vacant, Brickie Major and Inspector. 
George 13. Holt, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

14th regt. Jesse Smith, lieut. col. commandant. 

Bushne'l Knapp, 1st m^jor. Amos Hunt, 2d major. 

Newman Holly, adjutant. Pitkin Cowles, chaplain. Jo- 
siah Pettibone, quarter-master. ■ Humphrey, pay -mas- 
ter. Ovid Plumb, surgeon. 

Captain* Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
Eben'r Harris, jr. David White SerenoB, Gillett 

John C Cuffing- Samuel B. Davis Chauncey Heed 



Salmon Pease 
James Grenokl 
Henry Post 
James Bird 
Reuben Brown 
Augustus Phelps 
Am una Deming 
Walter Johnson 
AmasaGowles, jr. 



Asahel North 
Abiel Chapin 
Asahel Beebe 
Jared G Harrison 
Thomas Ferry 
Isaac Holt 
James Ailing 
Hiram G. Nott 
Amos Pettibone 



William D. Watson 
John Russell, jr. 
Charles Burrail, jr. 
Moore Chittenden 
Asael Vj Case 
Myron L. Mills 
Ira Lcwry 
Horace Tappet* 
Samuel Con*s 



17th regt. Russell C Abernethy, lieut. col. com'dt. 
Morris Woodruff, 1st major. Uriel Tuttle, 2d major. 

Stephen Russell, adjutant. Joseph E. Camp, chaplain. 
Henry Whittlesey, quarter-master. Leming Btadley, pay- 
master. Samuel Buel, surgeon. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infautiy* 
Ambrose Norton Davfd Marsh Truman Buel 



William Beebe 
Charles Buel 
Jeremiah Holt 
Elijah Loom is 
John T. Mansfich 
Zimri Skinner 
Vacant 
Dainel Hall 
Eli Cur Lisa 



Stephen Russell 
Norman Buel 
Robert H. Austin 
Warren Loornis 
Eben Burgess 
Marvin Griswold 
Chester Loomis 
John G «is wold 
Jacob Turner 



Daniel Keeler 
Eliada Peck, 2d. 
Luman Bancroft 
Reuben Loom is 
Henry Whittlesey 
Champion Scovil 
Luther Cook 
William Gabriel 
Isaau Newtoa 



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25'tREOT. Nathaniel Hayden, lieut. coh com'dt. 
Jasper Bidwell, 1st major. Israel ' WHHaras, jr. 2d roaj. 

' — -, adjutant. James Beach, chaplain. Lem- 
uel Hurlbut, quarter-master. Ebenez,er Coe, pay-master. 
Amos Beecher, surgeon. Lyman Wakefield, surgeon's- 
mate. • 

' Artillery Company. Moses Hayden, captaia. George 
MeKiiy, 1st lieut. Erastas Merrill, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 
William Goodwin Harry Cowles Elisha Case 

Light Infantry, 
Luther Phelps Henry Porter * Hez. Wakefield 



IraBenham 
Bethuel Beman 
Daniel Phelps, jr. 
Daniel Richardson 
George C Gilman 
Asa Bidwell 
Elizur Hinsdale 
J ere. Hart 



Elizur Curtiss 
Thomas Sugden 
Eisk Beach 
Lyman Slade 
Chester Treat 
Levi Hitchcock jr. 
Josiah Smith, ji\ 
Asahel Phejps 



Horace Kellogg 
Jonathan Rathbone 
James Stannard 
George Merrills 
Arnold Outmua 
Efaen North 
Elisha Smith 
Drayton Jones 



S5th kegt. George King, lieut. col. commandant. 
John Pierce, 1st major, Orrin Pardee, 2d major. 
William H. King, adjutant. Daniel Parker, chaplain* 
Guy Wadhams, quarter-master. human Hopkins, pay- 
master. Samuel Gager, surgeon. Curtis 1. Hurd, sur- 
geon's mate. 

Artillery Company. Silas St. John, 2d. captain. Horatio 
Smith, 1st lieut. Amasa Beehe, jr. -2d lieut-' 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry, 

Josiah Hopkins Nathan Hart Jas. Wadsworth, jr. 



Walker Prentice 
Jonathan North 
Stephen Bonny 
Chesterfield King 
Ebenezer Bailey 
Calvin Jackson 



Henry Birch 
Judah Lcwis,^ 
Darnel Everest, jr. 
Stephen Heath 
The.S Ludington 
Silas A. Gray 



Stephen Hadley 
Luman Kellogg 
Lumavi Hopkins 
Richard Kellogg 
Nestor Hickcox 
Erastus Downs 



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Joseph Miles Erastus Lord, Daniel P. Xorton 

Joel Wright Reuben Wilcox Luman Seely 

Reuben Wilcox, JoelCatlin Elias Hart, jr. 

SLrth Jteqim&v.t Cavafry* 
Ahrani Burt, lion, col. commandant. 
Samuel Foot, major. Ho* ea Hinsdale, adjutant. Fred- 
erick Marsh, chaplain. Stephen Clark, quarter-master.— 
. pa) -master. Andrew Abernelhy, surgeon. Eli- 
jah Woodward, surgeon's mate. 

\st Troop II 3d Troop. 

Abiram King, captain, James Shepherd, captain, 

Isaac Bartletl, 1st. lieut. Hosea Hinsdale, 1st. lieut. 

Eber Yale, 2d lieut. II Norman Merrils, &J, 2d. It 

Loring Bartlett, cornet. 

l 2d. Troop. 
Elihu Moore, captain, 
Amos Wilson, jun. 1st lieut. 
William Miner, 2d lieut. 
Uri Whiting, cornet. 



Truman Smith, cornet. 

4*A Troop. 
Kphraim H. Morse, captain, 
Phineas Lord, 1st. lieut. 
Jonathan Rossiter, 'id. lieut, 
Chester Kiibourn, cornet. 



EIGHTH BRIGADE 

David Bird, esq. brigadier-general* 

Vacant, brigade-major and inspector. 

William Leavitt, brigade-quarter-master. 

James Bishop, Aid de- Camp. 

13t!i regt. W r illiam French, lieut. col. commandant. 

Abijah 6. Hatch, 1st major. Seymour Knapp, 2d. m:.jor. 
Nehemiah Perry, adjutant. Bennet Tyler, ehaph«W» — 
Vacant, quarter-master. Vacant pay-master. Conaut Cat- 
hn, surgeon. Alston Leavenworth, surgeon's mate. 

Capiains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
Thomas Hurd Huntington BeardSley Lewis Burnett 

Chauncey Craft Judsou ii.ackr.iau' " John Brush 

Ash'l. MitcheJ,2u. Thomas Root Samuel Sherman 

Aaron Hiook Adam Lum, jun. Eben'r. Johnson 

Adam Kasson, Benjamin T.' Lake Thud's. Sauibrd 



Squire Hurlhut 
Ainial Pearce 
William K ass on 
Gilbert Twitchel 



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Moses Squid* 
Gamaliel Benham 
Abner Strong 
Theodore dmkh 



Ch's Thomas jr. 
Cyrus Mitchell 
Jared Hine 
Ambrose Osbora 



lfith regt. Elias Starr, lieut. col, commandant. 
Noah S. Barnham, 1st major. Robert Gregory, 2d. major. 

Daniel Holly, adjutant. Daniel Burhans, chaplain. Rus- 
sell Hoyt, quarter-master. Seth Andrews, pay-master.— • 
Alfred H. Rb-tts, surgeon. Russell Botsford, surgeon's mate. 

Artillery Company Fairchild Ambler, captain. Nathaa 
Buckley, jr. 1st lieut. Azor H. Barber, 2d. lieut. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Arnold Foot Isaac Scuduer Reuben Blackman, jr. 



Samuel Hasted Oliver Burr 
Gold Curtis, jr. John Glover 
Zadock Bedient Eli Green 
Austin Booth Jona S. Fairchild 
Elias Stevens William B. Hubbell 
Josiah Dykeman Nehemiah Keeler 
John L. Andrews Eli Benedict 
Ormond Lobdcll Ezra Osborn 
Ezra Gilbert Sueton Shcpard 



Henry Taylor 
Abraham Peck 
David Hamilton 
Kiah B Fairchild 
Amos Stevens, jr. 
William Ferguson 
Stiles Wakely 
Darius Bristol 
Andrew Northrop 



26th regt. Lemuel Porter, lieut. col. commandant. 
Allen Bunnell, 1st major* Ira Hotehkiss, 2d major. 
Lyman Potter, adjutant., Koger Searle, ehaplain. Ches- 
ter Hurd, quarter-master. Vacant, pay -master. Ambrose 
|ves, surgeon. John B. Johnson, surgeon's-mate. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
James Brown Gideon Plait jr. Samuel Root 

Sedley Woodward David Fenn Lyman Dunbar 



Bela Welton 
James Tuttie 
Samuel Cswnp, jr. 
David Woodward 
Levi liall 
Yacant 



Pliny Sheldon 
Samuel B. Scovill 
Eiiel Mann 
Harvey Stoddard 
Archibald Miner 
Levi Wooster, 



Riley Allcox 
John Seymour 
Eli Welton, jr. 
John Parlreejr. 
Moses Pond, jr. 
Areii'd. Steve a* 



Miles Hotel, ki as 
Ebenezer Abbot 



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EliliQ Moulthrop 
Stephen Stone 



Lev: Parker 
Lamb'n Munsoti 



29th regt. Philo Mills, lieut. col. commandant. 
Levi Hubbell, 1st major r Noble Day, 2d major. ( 
John M Ford, adjutant. Samuel Whittlesey, chaplain.— 
Angus Nicholson, quarter-master* Waiter Boothe, pay- 
master. Ebenezer Smith, surgeon. Israel Graves, sur- 
geon's mate. 

Artillery Company, 
Herman Hine,Capt. Thomas N. Clark* 1st lieut. Thom- 
as C. Parker, 2d. lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Elijah Skiff Silas Norton John M. Raymond 

Horace HungerfordSamuel Giddings William btewart 



Nath'l. Northrop Justus Miles 
Cushman Hubbell Samuel Bordwell 
Daniel T. Mitchell Philo Cjark 
William Mygatt Clark Hine 
Dan. Carter Asahel Wedge, jr. 

Birdseye Beardsley Ebenezer Evetts 
William Giddings John Mallet 
Nathaniel Handall Daniel A. Treat 



Freeman Richmond 
I ra Eaton 
Daniel Clark 
Henry Jackson 
Homer Curtis 
Samuel Averill 
Thomas 1) Stewart 
Amasa Canfield. 



Eighth Regiment Cavalry. 
Daniel B. Brinsmade, lieut. eol. commandant 
Samuel Canfield, major. David Punderson, adjutant — 
Andrew Elliott, Chaplain. Royal I. Canfield, quarcer-mas- 
ter. Lemuel W. Benedict, pa-y -master. Warren R. Fow- 
ler, surgeon. Jehiel Williams, surgeon's mate. 



t st Troop 
Russell Hiekock 
Ross I i in man 
Gilberts Miner 
Samuel Wheeler 

2c? Troop 
Hugh Starr 
Lemuel W. Benedict 
Thomas P White 
Isaac H, Seeley 



3d Troop 
Archibald Mosher, captain. 
Drake Lock wood, 1st lieut. 
Tola Webster, 2d lieut. 
Chauncey Dayton, Ccrnet. 

Ath Troop 
John M'Mahon, captain, 
i homas Wetfs, 1st lieut. 
Haw ley Morehouse, 2d lieut* 
Samuel Jkoiison, comet, 



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COURTS IN CONNECTICUT. 



UPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

Sits on the first Tuesday of June, at Hartford, and on the 
first Tuesday of November at New -Haven.— -Alternately at 
Hartford and at New-Haven; 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Windham, first Tuesdsy 

New- Haven, «hird do. 

Norwich, third (a.) do. 
At Litchfield, first 

Hartford, second 
At Had dam, last 
«/?£ New-Haven, second 

Litchfield, third 
*#* Hartford, fii st 
' Tolland, first 
Windham, second 
New»Londo,n fourth (a.) do. 
Dan bury, fourth do. 

At Had dam, second do. 

Fairfield, last do. 

Tolland, fourth do. 



JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 

JULY 
AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 



DECEMBER 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



JANUARY 
FEBRUARY 
MAR Oil 



APRIL 

JUNE 

SEPTEMBER 



NOVEMBER 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Tolland, fourth Tuesday 

At Danbury, last , do. 
At New London, (a.) first do. 

New-Haven, third do. 

Windham, third do. 

Litchfield, fourth do 4 

Hartford, fourth do. 

Had dam, last do. 

At Fairfield, third do: 

At New-London, second do. 

Windham, third do. 

At Tolland, fourth do. 

Litchfield, fourth do. 

tVikldletOwn, fourth do. 

At Banbury, third do. 

New- H aven, fourth u>. 





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DECEMBER 


Jit HaftVoV^ 


first • 


do. 




Norwich, 


first 


do. 




Windham 


, second 


do. 




Litchfield, 
— O — 


second 


do. 



UNITED STATES' COURTS. 
FEBRUARY District— New-Hh! on, 4th Tuesday 
APRIL Circuit— New-Haven, 1.3th day 

MAY District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday 

AUGUST DrsTRicT— New Haven, 4th do. 

SEPTEMBER Circuit— -Hartford, 17th day 
NOVEMBER District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 



GOVERNMENT 

OF T£E UNITED STATES. 
— — «g & ::o:: am* > 

CIVI& ESTABLISHMENT, 

JAMES MADISON, of Ya. 
President of the United States ■ $alar% g£5,006 

Vice-President of United States gSOOQ 

(Vacant) 

MEMBERS OF THE 

FOURTEENTH CONGRESS. 

SKJVATE. 
James Gaillard, cFS. C. acting president erf tie Sen- 
ate. 

KEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Jeremiah Mason, Thomas W. Thompson, 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Christopher Gore, Joseph B. Varnutn, 

10 



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RHODE-ISLAND. 

Jeremiah B. Howell, William Hunter, 

CONNECTICUT. 

David Dagget, Samuel W. Dana, 

VERMONT. 

Dudley Chase, Isaac Tichenor, 

NEW -YORK. 

Rufus King, Nathan Sanford, 

NEW-JERSEY. 

John Condit, James J. Wilson, 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Abner Laycock, Jonathan Roberts, 

DELAWARE. 

Guterbridge Horsey, William H. Wells, 

MARYLAND. 

Robert H. Goldsborough, 

VIRGINIA. 

James Barbour, 

NORTH-CAROLINA. 

James Turner, 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

John Gaillard, John Taylor, 

GEORGIA. 

William W. Bibb, Charles Tait, 

KENTUCKY. 

William T. Barry, Isham Talbot, 

TENNESSEE. 

George W. Campbell, John Williams, 

OHIO. 

Jeremiah Morrow, Ruggles, 

LOUISIANA. 

James Prown, Eligius Fromentin, 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Jienv-Ramjmhire*-- Charles H. Atherton, Bradbu- 
ry Cilley, William Hale, Roger Vose, Daniel Web- 
ster, Jeduthan Wilcox. 



|ry, Elijah Brigham, Benjamin Brown, James Carr, 

[Samuel S. Conner, John VV- Hurlbert, Cyrus King, 

Elijah H. Mills, Jeremiah Nelson, Albion K. Parfis. 

Timothy Pickering* John Reed, Thomas Rice, Na- 

I thanicl Ruggles, Asahel Stearns, Solomon Strong) 

Samuel Taggart, Artemus Ward, Laban Wheaton, 

Rhode-Island.— -John L. Boss, James B, Masou. 

Connecticut. — Epaphroditus Champion, John Dav- 
enport, jr. Lyman Law, Jonathan O. Moseley, Timo- 
thy Pitkin, Lewis B. Sturges, Benjamin Tallmadge; 

Fer?no7it>-' Daniel Chipman, Luther Jewett, Chaun- 
cry Langdon, Asa Lyon, Charles Marsh, John Noyes. 

Aew- York.— John Adams, David Adgate, Samuel 
R. Betts, James Birdsall, Victory Birdseye, Micah 
Brooks, Daniel Cady, Oliver C. Comstock, Henry 
Crocheron, Thomas R. Gold, Thomas P. Gro^venor, 
Jabez D. Hammond, William Irving, Moss Kent, 
John Lovett, Hosea Moffitt, Peter B, Porter, John 
Savage, Abraham H. Schenk, William S. Smith, 
John W« Taylor, Enos T. Throop, George Town- 
send, Jonathan Ward, Peter H. Wendover, James 
W. Wilkin, John B. Yates. 

Hew- Jersey. — Ezra Baker* Ephraim Bateman, 
Benjamin Bennett, Lewis Condict, Henry Southard, 
Thomas Ward. 

Pennsylvania. — Thomas Burnside, William Craw* 
ford, William Darlington, William Findley, Hugh 
Glasgow, Isaac Griffin, John Hahn, Joseph Heister, 
Joseph Hopkinson, Samuel D. Ingham, Jared Irwin, 
Aaron Lyle, William Maclay, William Milnor, Wil- 
liam Piper, john Ross, JohnSargeant, Thomas Smith, 
James M. Wallace, John Whiteside, Thomas Wil? 
son, William Wilson, John Woods. 

Dela ware.— Charles Clayton, Thomas Cooper. 
^ Maryland.— -Stephenson Archer, George Baer, 
Charles Goldsboroughj Alexander C. Hanson, john 



^c Hawes, John P Hn ' P / ?e ^on Goodwin Z 

St. George Tucker. u an,,0 »i Magnus Tate, Henry 

Clarke, John Culpeppe" Dan W*J r p an ' Jani « VV. 
Mac,*, , Wi!j iam H , M« .ff^V" ^°ve, Nathanie 

U». Benjamin Hu«te r WHK P*"? 8 "' J ^n J. Chan. 

son, Samuel ?„we'rj a n rSf R n °o' Be ™etH. Herder 
»«■. fog Fa^n'T ' Reyn ° ,dSj fc ^T h C o r : 

CI e ndene„fwi4 1 m a ^- r 'K/ an7es Caldwell, Davnl 
Zo ^*-Tuo ma sB. Robertson. 



Relegates from Territories 
Afw "^fi^Wmm Lattimore. 



1 {& 

Infanu-lonatlnn Jennings. 
^i^-jBenjamin St ephensoa 
««*««r<r-Rufus Eastern. 



John S. Sherburne, 
•John Davis, 
David Howell, 
Elijah Paine, 
Pierpont Edwards, 

>J r m P. Van Ness, 
VVm. S. Pennington, 
l.ichard Peters, 
John Fisher, 
J:\roes Houston, 
St, George Tucker, 
ii enry Potter, 
John Drayton, 
William Stevens, 
Harrv Tnnes, 
John'AI'Nairy. 
Charles W. Hi n ], 
Wilham Cranch, 
Jflucknep Thruston, 
{.James 3. Mo«?rd), ' 



S30C0 



JUDICIARY. 
JOHN MARSHALL, of Va, 

Justice of the United States SaIary g^ 

William Johnson, } Z\ ( ( g c\ t ^"odd, (%•) 
B. Livingstan, (N, V C * U ' Gabriel Duvall, (Md ) 
J JosephJStory, (Mass.) 

i>istrjct7 udges 

strict of Main®, n , -i e 

Jw-Hampshire, V a , VK l S lT an ? *M- 

issaehu setts, 
ode Island, 
rmont, 
ineeticut, 

w-York, Chief Judge, 
AdditionalJudge, 
>v -Jersey, 
■nsylvania, 
aware, 
•viand, 
?inia, 

th Carolina, 
h Carolina, 
rgia, 
lucky, 
lessee, 



giooo 

1000 

1C00 

1000 

800 

moo 

1600 
2 6*00 
J $00 

i6flr> 

rah) 

1600 

1S0O 
1500 
1800 
150O 
!500 
1500 

inoo 

2000 

sooa 



150 
CLERKS TO THE SUPREME, CIRCUIT, 
AND DISTRICT COURTS. 

Supreme Court, Ellas B. Caldwell. fUst. New-Ha 
shire, Jonathan Steel, Maine, Henry Sewa'l. Masqat 
retts, William S. Shaw. Rhode Island, Edmund T. Elh 
Vermont, Cephas Smith. Connecticut, /Zenry Edwards 
New-York, Theron Rudd. New- Jersey, Robert Boggs 
Pennsylvania* David Caldwell. Delaware, A. Johns.- 
Maryland, Philip Moore, Virginia, Wilii:«m Marshal 
North Carolina, William H. Haywood. South Car oh 
Jiangs Jervay. Georgia, Richard M. Stites. Kentuc 
John H. Banna. Tennessee, Robert M. Gavock. Col 
bicu (Wash. Co. J William Brent. Do (Alex. Co. J G 
Daakeaie. 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 

New- Hampshire, Daniel Humphries. Maine, "Will; 
P. Preble. Massachusetts, George Blake. Rhode lsla 
Asher Rabbins. Connecticut, Hezekiah Huntington. I 
tn&iitt Titers Hutchinson. New York, (south dist) Jc 
than Fisk« (north dist.) Hoger Skinner. New Jersey, 
seph M'llvaine. Pennsylvania^ Charles Jared JhgeisS 
Delaware, George Read, jun. Maryland, Elias Glenn-; 
Virginia, George Hay. Kentucky, Robert Wicklifffe 
North Carolina, ! Robert H. Jones. 'South Cerolina, Tlv 
as Parker. Georgia, William Davies. Past Tennes\ 
John M'Campbell. (Vest Tennessee, Jolm Q. lies 1 *. 
Samuel Herri ck. Columbia, "Walter Jones. New- Oriel 
John Dick. 

MARSHALS. 

J\'ew Hampshire, Michael M'Clary. Maine, Thorn*! 
Thornton. Massachusetts, James Prince. Rhode lsl\ 
Ebenezer IC. Dexter. Connecticut, Robert Fairchi'| 
Vermont, David Robinson. New York, John Smith. 
Jersey, Oliver Wayne Ogden. Pennsylvania, John Sil 
Delaware, James Brobsoti. Maryland, Thomas RuttJ 
Virginia, Andrew Moore. North Carolina, Beverly 
iel. South Carolina, Morton A. Waring. Georgia* i 
^^mizUL-J&mtuckfi. Robert Crockett. Columbia, \| 



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ington Boyd. East Tennessee, Charles I. Porter. West 
Tennessee, John Childress jun. Ohio, John Hamm. Or- 
leans, Michael Reynolds. 

COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 

New Hampshire, William Gardner. Massachusetts , 
Benjamin Austin, jun. Rhode Island, Christopher Ellery. 
Connecticut, Jonathan Bull. New York, William Few. — 
Nexo Jersey, James Ewing. Pennsylvania William While. 
J) da ware, John Stockton, Maryland, Edward Hall. Vir> 
ginia, Thomas Nelson. North Carolina, Sherwood Hay- 
wood. South Carolina, Thomas Lehri. Georgia) Robert 
Habersham. 

DEPARTMENTS 

OF THE 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 

Department' of State. 

James Munroe, (Va.) Secretary, Salary $5000 

John Graham, chief clerk. 

Treasury Department. 

Alexander J. Dallas, (Penn.) Secretary, # g5OO0 

Edward Jones, ? • . , , , 

Daniel Sheldon, fP™cipal clerks. 
Joseph Aiuierson, (Tenn.) Comptroller, 3500 

Nal?ian Luffbrough, chief clerk. 
Richard Harrison, (Va ) Auditor, 3500 

Patrick Parrel, chief clerk. 
Thomas Tudor Tucker, (Va.) Treasurer, 3000 

Samuel Brook, chief clerk. 
Joseph Nourse, (Va.) Register, 2400 

Joshua Dawson, chief clerk. 
Samuel H^Smith, Com. of Revenue, 

Joseph Thaw, principal clerk. 
Edward Tiffin, Surveyor Gen. Land Office, 

John Gardner, chief clerk 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 
William H. Crawford, (S. C.) Secretary, g450* 

Daniel Parker, chief clerk. 



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Tobias Lear, (Va.) Accountant, 2.000 

Peter Haguer, chief clerk. 

NAVY DEPAR1 MEAT. 

B. W. Crown inshield, (Mass.) Secretary, gi500 

Benjamin Homans, chief clerk* 
Thomas Turner, (Aid.) Accountant, 2000 

Thomas H. Gillis, chief clerk. 

GEJYERJL POST-OFFICE. 
Return I. Meigs, (()•) Postmaster-Genera!, $3000 

Assistant Abraham Bradley, (Co un.) 1700 

Do. Seth Pease, (Conn.) 1600 

Piiineas Bradley, chief clerk. 

must. 

Robert Patterson, Director, g£000 

James Rush, Treasurer, J 200 

Adam Eckfeidt, Goiner, 1500 

Joseph Richardson, Assay er, 1500 

Joseph Cloud, Refiner, 1500 

Robert Scott, Engraver, 1200 

Assistant Engraver, 600 

Assistant coiner and die forger, 1000 

One clerk at §700— Two clerks, each at 500 

TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENTS. 

LOCAL. 

The Governors of Territories have a local superintendence 
of Indian affairs, ex officio, within the limits of their ter- 
ritorial jurisdictions. 

INDIANA TERRITORY. 
THOMAS POSEY, (Va.) Governour, gCOOO 

John Gibson, Secretary. 

C Benjamin Parke, "1 
Judges .2 James Scott, C each l000 

£ Waller Taylor, \ 

William Hendrick, Attorney. John Vawter, Marshal* 

MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 
DAVID HOLME S, (Va.) Governor, £4000 

Nathaniel A. War^ Secretary, igOQ 



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f George Poindexer,"\ 

I josiah Simpson, « 
Judges <( Walter Leake, }feaeh K00 

j H. Toulmin, 

lObadiah tones, J 
William Crawford, Attorney. John llancs IVjar&hal 

MISSOURI TERRITORY. 
WILLIAM CLARK, (Ky.) Governor, $2000 

Frederick Bates, Secretary, 1000 

CSilas Bent, ) 

Judges < John B. C Lucas, J-each lOOO 

/William Sprig-, > 
Additional Judge, George Bullit, 
John Scott, Attorney. Alexander M'Nair* Marshal. 

ILLINOIS TERRITORY. 
NWIAN EDWARDS, (Ky.) Governor, g20G6 

Nathaniel Pope, Secretary, 1000 

C Jesse B.Thomas, 
Judges < Alexander Stewart, > each 1200 

C. One Vacant. J 
William Mears, Attorney. Philip Fourche, Marshal. 

MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 

LEWIS C \SS, Governor, 
William Woodbridge, Secretary, 
Augustus B. Woodward, Judge. 

DISTRICT LAND OFFICES, 

Josiah Meigs, Commissioner of t T :2 General Land Ofilce. 
Edward Tiffin, Surveyor General, £2000 

Office at Chilicothe, Ohio. 
Th. Freeman, surveyor, south of Tennessee, 2000 

Office at Washington, M. T. 

HunterviUe, M T. 
Receiver, John Brahan. Register, John Read. 

ShavjneeiG*wn> III T. 
Receiver, J. Caldwell. Register, Thomas Sloo. 

St. Lmris* 
Receiver, Samuel Hammond, Reg. Alexander M'Nair, 



J5\ 

INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS, 

D1PT.CWATIC DFPARTMENT, 

•Ministers Plenipotentiary. 

J. Q. Adams, to Great Britain, 55^0 

William Eustis, to Holland, 9000 

Albert Gallatin, to France, 9000 

; to St. Petersburg, 9000 

Thomas Sunter, to Rio Janeiro, in Brazils, 9000 

Jonathan Russell, to Sweden, 9000 

Consuls and Commercial Agents. 
Thos. Aspinwall. London; James Mav/ry, Liverpool; 
Robert W. Fox, FalmOuth ; Fulwar Skipwith, Paris ; Wil- 
liam Lee, Bourdoux ; Thomas Aborn, Cayenne ; Peter 
Walch Cette ; Stephen Cathalan Marseilles; John Appleton. 
Calais ; Daniel Strobel, Nantz ; Robert Sterry, La-Rochellc; 
Francis CofiTyn, Dunkirk ; Henry Wilson, Ostend ; James 
L. Cathcart,~Cadiz; Robert Montgomery, Alicant ; John 
M. Baker, Isles Majorca, Minorca and Yvica ; Jacob Lev/is, 
Malta ; John J. Armstrong, Isle of Tenerifife ; Richard S. 
Hackley, St. Lucar ; John B.* Dabney, Fayal and the Azore?; 
Henry Hill, St. Salvador, Brazil ; George Joy, Rotterdam ; 
Sylvanus Bourne, Amsterdam ; Hans Ran Saabaye, Copen- 
hagen ; James R. Mulhany, Santa Cruz ; Fi ed. YV". Lutze, 
Stetin ; William Clark, Embden ; John M. Forbes, Ham- 
burgh ; F. J. Wiekelhausen, Bremen ; Philip Marck. 
Franconia ; B. C. Wilcox, Canton ; Nathaniel W. Strong, 
Gottenburg ; Thomas Appleton, Leghorn ; Alexander 
Hammet, Naples ; John Broadbenl, Messina ; Abraham 
Gibbs, Palermo ; Col Macpherson, Madeira ; William 
Stewart, Smyrna ; William B Jones, Tripoli; Thomas D. 
Anderson, 'Funis ; Edward Wyer, Riga ; Andrew Stewart, 
Manilla ; Samuel S. Voorhees, Pernambuco ; William H. 
Barney, Trieste ; James Simpson, Tangier ; Thomas U 
Halsey, Buenos Ayres ; Samuel Hazard, Antwerp; Wil- 
iam 6. Miller, Monte Video. 

Agents for Seamen and Commerce. 

Philip Deypester, agent at Gaudaloupe ; John Mitchell* 
Martinique ; J. B. Clement, Porto Rico. 

Note. Those appointed to France and its dependencies, 
alkl those only, are styled Commercial Agents. 



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The fees snd emoluments of consuls, as established by- 
law, (excepting- those in the Barbary States,) and which of 
course extends to commercial agents,' are as follows, viz. 

For authenticating under the consular seal every protest, 
declaration, deposition or other act, which any captain, mas- 
ter, mariner, or other citizen of the United States, may re- 
spectively choose to make, the sum of Two Dollars. 

For the taking into possession, inventorying, selling, and 
finally settling and paySflg, or transmitting the balance due 
on personal estate, left by any citizen of the United States, 
■who shall die within the limits of his consulate, five per 
cent on the gross amount of such estate. 

For taking into possession, and otherwise proceeding on 
any such estate which shall be delivered over to the legal 
representative, before a final settlement of the same, two 
and a half per cent, on such part delivered over as shall not 
be in money, and five per cent on the gross amount of the 
residue. 

For administering oaths or affirmations to the principal 
officers of a vessel confirming the landing of merchandise 
where he shall reside, twenty five cents for each ; and for 
certifying the delivery of such merchandise, from every ves- 
sel, one dollar. 

MINISTERS, CONSULS, AND COMMISSARIES 
OF FOREIGN POWERS, 

RESIDENT IN THE UNITED STATES. 



From France. 

M. Serrurier, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary. 

Mens. Lescarrier, com. gen. of commer. relations. 

Citizen Oster, vice commissary of commercial relations for 
Norfolk. 

Louis Francis Leloup, provincial commissary of commercial 
relations for Maryland, Baltimore. 

Marc Antoine Alexis Girault, commissary of commercial re- 
lations for Boston. 

M. le Marvisj vice con. for Georgia at Savannah. 



156 

Kanorc Felix tie Douzy, provisional sub. commissary for* 
Rhode ! stand. 

M. Fourcroy, commb. of commer. relations and French a- 
geut at Charleston, S. C. 

Tcrrieu de Riviera, sub comrnta. of do. at Wilmington, N.C« 

Louis Btienne Felix, commis. kc. at New York. 

Jean B. Poree, coinmis. he. at New Orleans. 

Louis Tousard, sub com. &c. at New Orleans. 

M. Gerard Cazeau, vice com. &c. Portsmouth, New Hamp- 
shire. 

Jdan Vermonet, com, of do. Natches. 
Fr&m Spain. 

Anthony Villalobus, consul Virginia and Kentucky. 

Jeane Baptiste Banabue, do. Maryland. 

Diego Morphy, do. North and South Carolina. 

Felipi Fatio, vice consul, Savannah. 

Don Manuel Rengel, consul, Georgia. 

Pabio Chacon, vice consul for Alexandria. 

Ivan Stoughton, consul New Hampshire, Massachusetts, 
Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont. 

Joseph Wisseman, vice consul, Newport. 

From Portugal, 

Joseph Rademaker, consul general. 
James F. Vornoek, vice consul, South Carolina. 
Richard Codman, vice consul, Massachusetts* 
Lewis Deblois, do. Washington City. 

From ike late Bat avian Republic. 

Adrian Vlack, consul Maryland and Virginia. 
J. H. C.Heinekin, commer. agent, Pennsylvania, 
Gilbert I. E. Smissart, New-York. 

From Sweden. 
M. Kanzow, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plcnipclca* 

tiary. - 
Joseph Winthrop, vice con. Charleston, S. C. 
Jonathan Swift, Columbia, and ports on Potomac. 
Rezin D. Shepherd, vice consul, New Orleans. 
Henry Ghan, do. New York and Connecticut. 
John Borritz, do. North Carolia. 
Peter Collin, do, Maryland. 
Ueorge Miies, ui\ Rhode Island and Connecticut. 



15? 

John Myers, ,-To. Norfolk and other porfi in Virginia, ex- 
cept on the Potomac. 
S. Blagge, do. Massachusetts and N. Hampshire. 
John liidreck, do. Wilmington, Delaware^ 
iiernard Dahlgreen, consul, Philadelphia. 

From "Prusria. 
Johanna Earnst, Christian Suite, consuls, Baltimore. 
Jacob Eberheard, August Stcinmeniz, do. Charleston* 
S. 0. 

Frem Hcnmark. 

V. FV'Jerson, charge dcs afTiiirs and consul genera! Philadel- 
phia. 
George Ffamroeken, consul, New York. 
Charles W. Green, vice consul, Huston. 
Frederic William Bruno, do. Baltimore. 
Muses Myers, do. Norfolk. 
Jonathan Swift, do. Alexandria. 
Joseph Winthrop, do Charleston* S. C. 
William Scarborough, do. Savannah. 
|Kichard fteif, do. New Orleans 

Front Ru'sid, 

[Andrew de DaskiofF, Envoy Extraordinary .and Minister' 
Plenipotentiary. 
ichofos Kosloff", ronsuJ general. 
k lexy Eustafiew, cci;sul, Boston. 

""ARMY' REGJSTfeRT" """ 

General Staff* 

Jacob ftrowp, Major jfeneral, District of ihe north. 
I Andrew Jackson, do. Division of the south. 

Brigadier tieris* 
| Alexander Macomb, Edmund P. Gaines, W T infieId Scoltj 
Eleazer W. Ki\>!ey, M. G. bvt. 

iDaniel Parker, adjt. Bird inspeatV $en. B g, hrvt. 
Ipohert ftuiler, adjt. general Col. do. l>ivis. of the south. 

(Arthur P. Ifayne, do. Div. of the north. 

Robert Swart wont, quartermaster gen. B. g do. 



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S. Champlain, dept. qur. rrms. gen. dp. Div of the south. 
Samuel Brown, do. Div. of the north. 



Four brigade inspectors and four brigade quartermasters, to 
be taken from the line. 
Ordnance Department. 

Decius Wadsworth, colonel brvt. George Bomford, It. 
col. do. 

Captains. John Morton. Abraham B, Woolley. John. 
H. Margart. James Daliby. Thomas L. Campbell. Ed- 
win Tyler, B. D. Richardson. George Taicott, jr. J. 
II. Rees. 

2t/ Lieutenants hvt. James Wilson. Ebenezer M'Don- 
ald. ft C. Pomeroy Charles F. Morton. 

3d Lieuts- bvt, William F. Rigal. James Simonson.— 
John Hills. Simon Willard. John Lymington. 

Medical Department, 
Francis Le Baron, apothecary general 7 p . , et j , 
Christopher Backus, assistant apothecary ^ y * 
James Cutbush, do. 

David C. Kerr, Benjamin Waterhouse, James C. Bron- 
augh, Joseph Lovell, Arnold Eizy, hospital surgeons. 

Pay Department. 
Robert Brent, paymaster of the army Northern division. 
Washington Lee, deputy do. general Provis retained. 
Jonathan Bell, assist, dep. do. gen. southern division. 
Ambrose Whitlack, dep. pay. gen. assist, dep. do. prov. re- 
tained. 

Military Academy. 
Brig. Gen. Joseph G. Swift, Superintendant. 
Jared Mansfield, prof. nat. and exper. phi!. 

D. B. Douglass, assist. do. do. 

Andrew Ellicott, professor mathematics 

J. Wright, assistant, do. 

Alden Partridge, f>rof. art engineering 

William Evelyth, assistant, do. 

Samuel Walsh, surgeon 

Adam Empie, chaplain and prof, of ethics 

Claudius B. Thatcher, teacher of French language 
C. K. Zoeller, teacher of dra-*vi<>g 

Fierce Thomas, sword master. 

Number of Cadets about 250. 



15% 

Corps of Engineers. 

Colonel— Joseph G. Swift, brig. gen. bre?. 
Lieut. Colonel — Walter K.Armistead. 
Majors. 

George Bomford, lieut col. brev. ord. 
William M'Rea, col. brcv. 

Regiment of Light Artillery. 

Colonel — Moses Porter, brig. gen. brev. 
JJeut. Col. — J. R. Fen wick, col. staff & brer. 
M&jor — Abraham Bustis, lieut. col. brev. 

Corps of Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 

G.E. Mitchell, col. br. Wm. Linsay 
James House Wm. Macrea. 

Majors. 

G. Armistead, It. col. br. 3. Hindraan, It. col. br. 
James B. Many W. H. Overton. 

First Infantry. 
Colonel— Daniel Bissell, brig. gen. brev. 
lieutenant Col—- George Croghan, col. brev. 
Major — Thomas S. Jessup, col. brev. 

Second Infantry. 
Colonel — Hugh Brady. 
Leut. Col — Ninian Pinkney, col. staff. 
Miajor— Henry Leavenworth, col. brev. 

Third Infantry. 
Colonel— John Miller. 
Lieutenant Col. — Matthew Arbuckle. 
Mnjor— Charles K. Gardaer. 

Fourth Infantry. 
Colonel — William King, col. stiff. 
Lieutenant Col. — Duncan L. Clinch. 
Major— George M. Brooke, col. brev. 



160 
Fifth Infantry. 
(Shn'el — James Miller, brig. ^-en. ^irev* 
lieutenant Co'L — Joseph L. Smith. 
Major— J. M'Neal, jr. col. brev. 

Sixth Infantry. 
Colonel — Henry Atkinson, col. staff. 
Lieutenant Co/.—- J. Snelling, do.- 
Major— John E. Wool, iieut. col. brev. 

Seventh Infantry. 
Colonel-t-James M'Donald. 
Lieutenant CoL— Wm K. Boole, col. staff, 
JYiajor — Daniel Appling, It. col. br. 

Eighth Jnfantry. 
Co?onel-*Tt. C- Nicholas. 
Lieutenant Col — W. A* Trimble, col. brev. 
•Major — W* Lawrence, do. 

Hi fie Regiment* 
VfiJonel — Thomas A. Smith, brig. gen. brev. 
Licu'cmml Col — W. S. Hamilton. 
Major — Talbot Chambers, I^e?-t. col. brev. 



NAVAL IlEGISTEE. 



Alexander. Murray, John Rodgers, James Barort, Wil- 
liam Hainbridge, Hugh tJ. Campbell, Stephen Decatur, 
Thomas Tirigey* Charles Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chaun- 
cey, John Shaw, John Smith. John H. Dent, David Porter, 
John Cassm, Samuel E*#ns, Charles Gordon 5 Jacob Jones, 
Charles Morris, Joseph Tarbell, Arthur Sinclair, Oliver 
Hazard Perry, Thomas Macdonough, Lewis Wa.rrington, 
Joseph Bainbridfic, WftUaiYi Crane, Johnson ftlakeley, 
James T. Leonard, James Middle, Charles G. Uidgely, Rob- 
ert T. Spence, Daniel T. Pauerson. 

MASTERS C$MMAJVDAJS,TS. 

Samuel Angus, M:-'- T. WcoSsejr, J. Orde ■ C^^htoo, 



181 

Edw. Trenchant, John Dowues, John D. IJenley, Jesse Id. 
Klliot, Robert Henley, Stephen Cassin, Daniel S Dexter, 
James Ren Shaw, David Deacon, Lewis Alexis, Michael B. 
Carroll, John M. Gardner, Sidney Smith, Thomas Brown, 
William Lewis. 

LIEUTEJMATS. 

Nathaniel Haraden* Francis I. Mitchell* George Merrill* 
Samuel Woodhouse, Charles C. B. Thompson, Joseph Nich- 
olson, Alexander S. Wadsworth, John Pettigrew, George 
W. Rogers, George G. Head, Henry R. Ballard, Thomas 
Gamble, William Carter, Jr. Benedict 1. Neale, Joseph 1. 
Nicholson, Walter Stewart, Wolcott Chauncey, John H. 
Biton, Edmund P. Kennedy, Jesse Wilkinson, Alexander 
J. Dallas, John B. Nicolson, Beekman "V. Hoffman, George 
Budd, Thomas A. C.Jones, Joseph S. Macpherson, John 
Porter, John T. Shwbrick, William Pinch, William B. Shy- 
brick, Henry Wells, Benjamin W. Booth, Alexander Clax- 
on, Enos It. Davis, Charles W. Morgan, Samuel P. Ma- 
omber, Raymond H. J. Perry, Lawrence Kearney, Wil- 
iam H. Watson, Thomas Hendry, Jr. FoxallA. Parker, 
Edward R. M'Call, Daniel Turner, William H. Allen, Ste- 
phen D. M'Knight, David Conner, John. Gallagher, Thorn- 
is Holdup, James A. Dudley, James P. Oellers, William M. 
lunter, John D. Rloatj John Packett, William II. Cocke, 
ohn J. Yarnall, Matthew C. Perry, Charles W. Skinner, 
oseph Wragg, Jame3 Sanders, James Heilly, Samuel W. 
Vdams, John it. Madison, DugomJer Taylor, George 
^earce, Frederick W. Smith, Hy. S. Newcomb, Ml 1) 
Nicholson, Thomas Titlinghast, Otho Norris, John T.New- 
on, P. A. J. P. Jones, Samuel HenSy, Augs. Concklin, Jo- 

ph Smith, Laurence Rousseau, George W. Storer, Henry 
5. Rapp, Lewis German, Joseph Cassin, Robert M. Kose, 
Jeverly Kennon, Ldward Sbubriek, Charles A. Budd, Fran- 
's II. Gregory, Kervia Waters, William H. Odenheimer, 
dward > Barnewall, John M. Maury,* Frederick Baory, 
lenjamin Cooper, Philip F. Voorhees, Henry Gilliam, John 
". Clack, William D. Salter, Wijliam A. Spencer, William 

* The relative rank of those officers, whose commissions 
re dated the 9ih of December, ISU, has not been eitab- 
shed. 

11 



162 

\x. Gordon, David Geisinger, Richard Winter, Jobn T, 
Wade, John Percival, James Ramage, William V. Taylor, 
Mervine Mix. Thomas M. Newell, Edward Haddaway, 
Charles F. M'Cawley, John H. Bell, Dulany Forrest, Bla- 
den Bnlany, Thomas W. Magruder, Franei9 B. Gamble, 
Richard Dashiel, John Tayloe* Gcrrge B M'Culloch, Rob- 
ert Spedden, Thomas T. Webb, Walter G. Anderson, Ste- 
phen Charaplih, Charles T. Stallings, James M'Gowan,. 
William Lowe, E. A. F. Vallette, John H. Auh'ck, Charles 
T.Clarke, Silas Duncan, Thomas Cunningham, Laac MV 
Keever, Robert F. Stockton, Nathaniel L. Montgomery, 
Walter N. Monttath, A. C; Stout, Silas H. Stringham r 
George Vancleave, Paul Zantzirger, John W. Gibbs, John. 
T. Drury, Charles E. Crowley, William Laughton, Nelson 
Webster, William A. C. Faragut, Richard "G. Edwards, 
William Mervin, William K.Latimer, Gustavus W. Spoon* 
er, Isaac Mayo, William H. Brailsfoid, William Elliott* 
'1 hcmas Crabb, Edward B. Babbit, George Hamersley. 
SZTRGEOJYS. 

Edward -Cutbnsh, Peter St. Medard, George Davis, Sara- 
tiel R. Marshall, Lewis Heerman, Joseph G. P. Hunt, J©u* I 
atban Cowdery, Samuel © Heap, Robert L. Thorn, Samu- ; 
el R. Trevett,"' Jr. William P. C. Barton, Joseph W. New n j 
Joseph S. Schoolfield, George Logan, Amos A. Evans, Robf 
en Morrell, Robert S. Kearney, James Page, John D- M'- 
Heynolds, Thomas Harris, William Turk, Hyde Ray, Wjtfl 
liam Baldwin, Wr. W. Buchf nan, Samuel Ayer, E. L. Lav* 
t©n, Charles Cotton, Gerai d Dayers, Wijlw -m Caton, Rtb*< 
ert A Barton, Benjamin P. Kissam, John A. Kearney, Rich- 
ard C. Edgar, Bailey - Washington, William M. Clarke, 
Thomas Chidester, James Inderwicke, George T. Kennon,. 
Walter W. New, Samuel liorsley, Robert C. Randolph, 
Charles B. Hamilton, U*her Parsons, William Swift, Joj>c-^ 
phus M. S. O. Conway, Ricchard K. Hoffman, Richmond,,. 
Johnson^Thomas B. Salter. 

PUJiSEMS. 

Isaac Garrefsou, Clement S. Hunt, Gwirn Harris, John' 
H. Cerr, Nathaniel Lyde, James R. Wilson, Samuel Rob- 
ertson, Samuel Hambfeton, Robert C. Ludlow, Robert Pot- 
tiHgeri John B. 1 iraberbike, Thomas 1. Chew, Thomafl 



163 

iekis, Richard O. Archer, Lewis Deblois, George S. 
ise, Francis A. Thornton, Edwin T. Satterwhitc, .lames 
. Halsey, Edward Fitzgerald, Alexander P. Darragh, Ed- 
trd W. Turner, Robert Ormsby, Henry Den ni son, Lud- 
v Dashwood, Widiam S. Hogers, Henry Fry, John R. 
aw, Samuel P. Todd, Nathaniel \V. RothVe!!, George 
;all, James II. Clark, William P. Zantzinger, Joseph 
:>rln, Joseph Wilson, Jr. Merman Thorn, Thomas Waine, 
iwis Fairchild, John S. Skinner, Joseph B.Wilkinson, 
ickiel Solomon, Benjamin F. Bourne, William Sinclair, 
chard T. Timberlake, Samuel Livermore, Matthew C. 
:iwood, Greome K. Spence, Melancton W. Bostwick, 
hn N. Todd, Timothy Winn, William M. Sands, Thom- 
Brecsc, Joseph H.Terry, Acting Purser. 

CHAPLAINS. 
Andrew Hunter, David P. Adams, John Cook, Wiiliam, 
Briscoe, Cold en Cooper, Cheever Felch, A. Y. Hum- . 
ireys, Acting Chaplain. 



MARINE CORPS. 

* LIEUT. COL. COMMANDANT. 

Franklin Wharton. 
MAJORS. 
Daniel Carmick, John HaH. 
CAPTAINS. 
Vnthony Gale Robert Greenleaf, Archibald Henderson! 
chard Smith, Robert Wain wrrght, William Anderson, 
lomas R- Swift, Samael Miller, John Crabb, Henry H. 
»rd, John M. Gamble, Charles S. Hamia, Alexander Se- 
ift Alfred Grayson, William Strong, James Heath, Sam- 
l Bacon, H. B. Breckenridge, William Hail, Francis W. 

FIRST LlElfTENAA T& 

F. B. D.BelVevue, John R. Montegut, P. B. D. Grandpre 

man Kellog, Samuel E. Watson, Wm. L. Brownlow, 

eenard J. Boone, Thomas W. Legge, Wm. H. Freeman, 

senh L. Kulme, Henry OieoU, ChurlesM. Broome, Ben- 



164 

jsmin Richardson, Francis B. White, , William !Niec'], Wil- 
liam L. Boyd, Charles Lord, Levi Twiggs, Edmund Brooke, 
John Harris, Samuel B. Johnston. 

SECOND LlEUTtiNJUSTTS, 

Henry Stephens, Thomas A. Linton, Richard Auchmu 
ty, Joseph Bosque, James Edelen, Christopher Ford, Jamcg 
J. Mills, Francis A Bond, Parke G. Howie, George B. En- 
glish, Henry W Kennedy, Richard D. Green, Singleton 
Imvall, Charles Snowden, James G< Sin geltary, William 
P. Swift. Gillie? Thompson Edward . Nowell, 



A complete hint of the Navy of the Untied State i 

— OOOC — 

Note. — Those marked thus (§) are building- 'those 
Marked thus (*) denotes vessels of the United Stat ss be. 
fore the war, and those in italics were captured duii \ the 
war. 



74 Shi 


ip Independence 


18 Shi 


ip Hornet* 


74 


Washington 


18 


Wasp 


74 


Franklin 


18 


Peacock 


74 


New-Orleans§ 


18 


On tarid 


74 


Chippewa§ 


18 


Erie 


44 


Guerriere 


18 


Louisiana* 


44 


Java 


18 Brig Jefferson 


44 


United States* 


18 


Jone^ 


44 


Constitution* 


18 


Epervier 


44 


PlattsburgJ 


18 


Niagara 


44' 


Superior 


n 


Lawrence 


Z& 


Constellation* 


18 


Detroit 


36T 


Congress* 


18 


Eagle 


3^ 


^Macedonian 


16 


Sylph 


32 


Mohawk 


16 


Chippewa 


32 


Confiance 


16 


Queen Charlotte 


m 


Cyane 


16 


Saranac 


2% 


Saratoga 


16 


Linnet 


524 


John Adams* 


16 


Boxer 


£4 


General Pike 


16 


Troup 


«a 


Madison 


14 


Oneida 


20 


Alert 


14 


Enterprize* 



16£ 



12 Brie 


! Flambeau 


1 Scar. 


Amelia 


12 


Spark 




Ontario 


2 


Firefly 




Fair American 


9 


Prometheus 




Pert 




JEtna (bomb) 




Asp 


2 


Caladonia 




Raven. 


5 


Ghent 


11 Sloop Chub 




Hunter 


11 


Finch 


4Schr 


, Nonsuch 


7 


Preble 


r 


Ticonderoga 


6 


Montgomery 


i 


Spitfire 


5 


Buffalo 





Torch 


5 


Camel 





Lady Prevost 




Tickler 




Tom Bowline 




President 





Alligator 


Ketch 


Spitfire 
Vesuvius* 


1 


Koanoke 




8 


Hornet 




Vengeance 


5 


Lynx 


2 GalleyAllen 


7 


Firebrand 


2 


Burrows 


7 


Surprise 


2 


Borer 


3 


Despatch 


2 


Nettle 


3 


Asp 


2 


Viper 


4 


Helen 


2 


Centipede 


3 


Porcupine 


1 


Ludlow 


2 


Governor Tompkins 1 


Wilmer 


2 


Conquest 


1 


Alwyn 


1 


Ranger 


1 


Ballard 


1 


Lady of the Lake 







There are also a number of Gun-Boats an4 Barges 



NAVY- YARDS. 



At Washington* 
Thomas Tingey, capt. com. and navy agent. 
N. Haraden, master. 
James Owner, head carpenter. 
Benjamin King, head plumber and blacksmith. 
Buller Coke, storekeeper. 
William Sandford, head sail maker. 
T& Carbery, inspector of timber. 



166 
At Philadelphia* 
Alexander Men ay, captain commandant. 

At J\ orfolk* 
John Cassin, captain commandant. 

At JVevt York. 
John Evans, captain commandant. 
At Charleston, JMass* 
Isaac Hull, captain commandant. 

XAVY AGENTS, 

Portland, Samuel Store r. Portsmouth, Henry S. Lang 
don. Boston, Amos Binney. New London, Joseph Hulf, 
New York, John Bullus. Philadelphia, George Harrisqn} 
Baltimore, James Be.itly. Annapolis, John Randall. Nor* 
folk, John H. Fawn. Charleston, John Robertson. Savan* 
uah, Archibald S. Bullock. Kentucky, James Morrison -4 
New" Orleans,. I. K. Smith. Newport, R. I. Constant Ta- 
her. Hartford, Con. John Morgan. Wilmington, N. Q* 
Joshua Pottsr Newbern, Jeremiah Brown. New -Castle, 
J. a. Riddle. London, J. M'Kenzie k A. Glennie. Gib. 
raltar, Bernaad Henry. Barcelona, Richard M'CalL Na- 
ples, Malta, William Barker. Havanna, Jamej 
Anderson. Maderia, James L. Cathcart. 

A commission is allowed to navy agents not exceeding qije 
per cent, upon their disbursements : — Their whole annual 
emoluments are limited by law to $2,000, without any al- 
lowance for clerk hire, porters, office rent, stationary, or a- 
ny thing eke. Every charge inu&t be paid out of their coafci 
missions. 

LIST OF COLLECTORS, 

And principal Assessors in the State of Connecticut. 

COLLECTORS. 

Districts. Name of Collectors. Place of residence 

First District Seth P. Beers LUchfie ki 

Second do. Jesup Wakeman Fairfield 

Third do. Andrew Hull, jr.. New-Haven 

Fourth do. John T. Peters Hartford 

Fifth do. Nicoll Fosdick New-London 

Sixth do. Joshua Stow Middle town 

Seventh do. Charles Taintoc Windham 



167 

PRINCIPAL ASSESSORS. 

First Dislrct Homer Boatdmaa New-Milford 

Second do. James Stephens Stamford 

Third do. William Law Cheshire 

Fourth do. _, Hartford 

Fifth do. Mo3es Warren t Hiver-Head 

Fixth do. Isaac Spencer jr. Kast tladdam 

Seventh do. Elijah House Hebron 



Officers of the Customs in the Ports of Entry, in 
New-England, &c. 

COLLECTORS. 
New- Hampshire. 
Portsmouth* Joseph Whipple. White Mountains, Eph. 
II. Mahurin. 

Vermont. 

Alburg, C. P. Van Ness. Mumphreyaiagog, Roger 
Enos. 

Massachusetts. 

Newburyport, Joseph Marquand. Ipswich, Asa An* 
drews. Gloucester. John Kittredge. Beverly, and Salem.* 
William K. Lee. Marblehead,* Joseph Wilson. Boston,* 
II. A. S. Dearhorne. Plymouth, Henry Warren* Barn- 
stable* Josiah L. Green. Nantucket, Daniel Coffin. Ed- 
garton, Thomas Cooke, jr. New Bedford,* John Hawes — 
Dighton, Nathan Williams York, Jeremiah Bradbury.-— 
c/fco,* Daniel Granger. Portland,* Isaac Usly. Bath, Josh- 
ua Wingate,jun. Augusta, Wiscasset, Fran- 
cis Cook. Penobscot, Josiah Hook. Bangor, 
Frenchman's bay, Mel a tiah Jordan. Machias, Jeremiah 
O'Brien. Passamaquoddy, Lemuel Trescott. Waldobor- 
ough, Joseph Farley. Kennebunk, Joseph Storer. 

Rhode-Island. 
Newport,* William Eliery. Proridence,* Thomas Coles. 
Bristol, Charles Collins, jun. 

Connecticut. 
New-Ltmdon, Thomas H. Cushing. New Haven, Abra* 



168 
ham Bishop. Fairfield, Walter Bradley* Middle town, 
Alexander Wolcott. 

New-York. 

Sagg Harbour, Henry P. Dering. New York* Se Albany, 
David GeUton. Hudson, Reuben Moores. 

Pennsylvania. 

Philadelphia, Joha Steels. 

Delaware. 

Wilmington, Allen M'Lane. 

Maryland. 
Baltimore,* James H. M'Culloch. 

Virginia, 
Hampton, David Brodie. Norfolk,* Charles K. Mallorey. 
Petersburg, Joseph Jones. Richmond, James Gibbon. Al- 
exandria, Columbia, Charles Simms. 

North Carolina. 
Newbern, Francis-Hawks. 

South Carolina. 

Georgetown,* Thomas Chapman. Charleston,* Simeon 
Thems. Beaufort,* William Joyner. 

Georgia. 
Savannah,* Archibald S. Bullock. 

Louisiana. 
New Orleans, Peter L. B. Duplessis. 

NIVAL OFFICERS. 

Portsmouth, Nathaniel Folsom. Newburyport, Daniel 

- Sweet. Beverly, Henry Elkins. Boston, Thomas Melville. 

Newport, Waiter Nichols. Providence, Samuel Brown. — 

> New York, J ohn Fergusen. Philadelphia, Samuel Clark.-— 

Baltimore, Nathaniel Ramsey. Norfolk, Philemon Gate* 

wood. Wilmington, Carleton Walker. Charleston, Thoni- 

fas Waring. Savannah, Ham p. M'Intosh. New Orleans, 

Edwin Lorrahi. 

SURVEYORS. 

Rhode Island. 
Newport, John Slocum. Providence, John B. Bartoju 



160 

Connecticut. 

New London, Oliver Clnmplatii. Stoning to a, Elijah 

Palmer. New-Haven, William Munson. Middletovii, 

"William Van Deur3en. Hartford, Solomon Porter. Sa/- 

brook, George Wolcott. 

N Ta. The ports which have stars affixed, thus (*), are 
those at which vessels from the Cape of Good Hope, or any 
place beyond, are admitted to make entry* 

MARSHAL'S DEPUTIES CONNECTICUT. 



Noah A. Phelps, jr. Hartford.— Loda wick Fosdick, New- 
London. — Reuben Webster, Litchfield. — Jeremiah W. 
Weardsley, Stratford. — Phineas Taylor, Daubury.— N athau 
Preston, jr. Woodbury.— William H. Jones, New-Haven.* 

Other Deputies are occasionally apppoiated. 

GOVERNORS 

OF THE SEVERAL STATES. 

New-Hampshire, John T. Gillman. 

Massachusetts, Caleb Strong. 

Rhode Island, William Jones. 

Connecticut, John C. Smith. 

Vermont, Jonas Gsdusha. 

New-York, Daniel D. Torapkms. 

New- Jersey, William S. Pennington. 

Pennsylvania* Simon S eider. 

Delaware, Daniel Rodney* 

Maryland, Levin Winder. 

Virginia, Wilson C Nicholas* 

North-Carolina, William Miller. 

South-Carolina, Joseph Alston. 

Georgia, G. D. Mitchell. 

Kentucky, Isaac Shelby. 

Tennessee, Joseph McMinn. 

Ohio, Thomas Worthingto;i» 

Louisiana* t W. C. C. Clan-borne, 



170 

Practising Attorneys, at tlte Circuit Court in Connecticut, 

Hezekiah Huntington, esq. District Attorney. 
Joseph Backus, Burrage Beach, Seth P. Beers, Noah B. 
Benedict, Coddinglon Billings, David Bolles, William F. 
Brainard, Amazish Bray, William Bristol, David Burr, Ja- 
bex Clark, Levi H. Clarke, William P. Cleaveland, Samuel 
Cowls, 'David Daggett, Samuel W. Dana, Abraham V. H» 
Dewitt, Charles Denison, Josiah Dudley, Daniel Dunbar, 
Sereno B. D wight, Jowalhan W. Edwards, Henry W. Ed- 
wards, Eleazer Foster, James Gould, Jacob B. Gurley, John 
M, Gannett, Jeremiah Halsey, William Hillhouse, jun. U- 
riel Holmes, Curtis Holmes, George Hubbard, Enoch Hun- 
tington, Ralph I.IngersolI, Jirah Isham, Geurge W. Jewett, 
Nathan Johnson, Andrew T. Judson, James Lanraan, Ly- 
jman Law, John H. Lyilde, John M'Cleilan, Michael F. 
Mills, Isaac Mills, Walter Mitchell, William Moseley, Jon- 
athan O. Moseley, John Parish, En~ch Perkins, William 
Perkins, John T. Peters, Elisha Phelps, Charles B Phelps, 
Timothy Pitkin, Jonathan E. Porter, Matthew T. Russell, 
Koger M Sherman, Aaron Smith, Nathan Smith, G*ii* 
W. Stanley, Seth P. Staples, jEf'sha Starling, Benjamin 
Stiles, Lewis B. Sturges, Nathaniel Terry, Seth Terry, 
William Todd, Joseph Trumbull, Leonard E. Wales, Samu- 
el P. Waldo, Lemuel Whitman, Roger Whittelsey, Cbaun- 
cey Whittelsey, Asa Willey, Calvin Willey, John "Wiiliams, 
Thomas S. Williams, William Williston, Samuel H. Wood- 
ruff. 

Henry W.Edwards, Clark of District Court. 

Blank form of a List of Taxable Polls and Estates 
in the State of Connecticut. 



A true Lint of the Polls and estate of the town oj 

rateable by law, on the 20th day of August, 1 8 



M 



Dols.Cts. Dls 
Polls from 21 to 70 years of age at 60 
Polls from 18 to 2! years of age 30 

Oxen and Bulls, 4 years old 10 

Cows, Steers, Heifers and Bulls, 3 



Cts 



17 1 

years old .7 

Heifers, Steers or Bulls of 2 years old 3 34 
Stallions or Seed Horses more than 3 

years old &7 

Horde kind of 3 years old 10 

^lorse kind of 2 years old 7 

Horse kind of 1 year old 3 3\ 

Covering Jacks Sfc 

Mules of 3 years old or upwards 10 

Do. of 2 years old 7 

Do. of I year old 3 ^ 

Acres of Pjowland 1 67 

Do. of upland, mowing-Ik clear pasture 1 34 
Do. of Boggy Meadnw mowed &4 

Do. of Boggy Meadow not mowed 3-i 

Do. of Mead >w Land in the counties 

of Hartford and Middlesex 2 50 

Acres of other Meadow Laud 1 25. 

Do. if IJusli Pasture 34 

Do. of Uuinclosed Land, first rate 34 

Uo. of UnincWsed Land t second rate' 1? 
Do, of Uninclosed Land, third rate < 

Coaches 163 

Chariots 134 

Phaetons lOO 

Coacheeg 75 

Curricles CS 

Chaises, Chairs, &c. 15 

Ditto £0 

J*itto 30 

Ditto 40 

Ditto 50 

Ditto CO 

Other four wheel Carriages or Springs SO 
Ditto on Leather Braces 15 

Ditto ditto 20 

Ditto ditto 25 

Gold Watches 34 

Silver and other Watches 10 

Steel and brass wheel Clocks, or other 

time pieces regulated by a Peaduluai 20 



\12 

Wooden wheel Clocks 

Ounces of Silver Plate 1 dollar and 

11 cents per ounce at 6 per cent 
Money on interest at 6 per cent 
Bank stock owned by residents at 3 

per cent 
Do. owned by non residents at 3 per 

cent 
Houses— r fire places first class 
Ditto second do. 

Ditto third do. 

Ditto fourth dq. 

Stores, &c. one story high 
Ditto two stories 
Stores, three stories 
Sheep added as a penalty 
Assessments 
Sheep ten months old and upwards 

deducted at 7$ cents 
Abatements 



76 



Total 



STAMP TABLS. 
5 cents on Notes not exceeding: 100 dollars. 
10 cents on Notes above 100 and not exceeding 200 dol- 
lars. 
25 cents on Notes above 200 and noc exceeding 500 dol- 
lars. 
SO cents on Notes above 500 and not exceeding 1,000 dol- 
lars , 
75 cents on Notes above 1,030 and not exceeding 1,500 

dollars. 
1 dollar on Notes above 1,500 and not exceeding 2,000 

dollars. 
1 \ dollar on Notes above 2,000 and not exceeding 3,000 
12 dollars en Notes above 3,0<X) and not exceeding 4,000 
2\ dollars on Notes above 4,000 and not exceeding 5,000 
3£ dollars on Notes above 5,000 and not exceeding f,000 
4 dollars on Notes above 7,000 and not exceeding 8,000 
I dollars on Notes above 8,000 dollars* 



173 
TAX ON 

Household Furniture, according to the following scale* 
If not exceeding 400, dollars jg i 

Jf above 400, and not exceeding 600 1 50 

If above 60 >, and not exceeding 1000 3 

If above 1000, and nfct exceeding 1500 fi 

If above 1500, and not exceeding 2000 10 

If above 2000, and not exceeding 3000 17 

If above 3«>00, and not exceeding 4000 28 

If above 4000, and not exceeding fr'00 45 

If above 6000, and not exceeding 9000 75 

If above 9000, 100 

Carriages. 
If not exceeding in value 50 dollars g I 

If above 50, and not exceeding 100 2 

If above 100, and not exceeding 200 4 

Jfabove 200, and not exceeding 300 7 

Jf above 300, and not exceeding 400 11 

If above 400, and not exceeding 50') IB 

If above 500, and not exceeding 600 22 

If above 600, and not exceeding 800 .^0 

If above 800, and not exceeding i&OO 40 

If above 1000, 50 

Watches. 
On gold watches, 2 dollars. 
On silver watches, 1 dollar. 

On retailers in addition to the old duty, 50 per cenk 
On sales at auction and postage, 50 per cent. 

TABLE OF TAXES 

Imposed by the United States for the year 18l5, on Articles 
manufactured ninety days after the passage of the Act. 
Pig iron, $1 per ion. ---Castings of iron, $l do.— Rolled 
oi* slit iron, Ql do. — Nails, brads, and sprigs,, other than 
'wrought, 1 cent per lb. — Candle3 of white v/ax, or in part 
of white and other wax, 5 cents per lb —Mould Candles of 
tallow, or of wax, other than white, or in port of each, three 
cents per lb— Hats and crips, in whole or i n part of leather* 
wool or furs — boanets, in whole or in part of wool or fur, if 



1T4 . 
above §2 in value, S per cent ad volorera *— Hats of pocw 
or chip covered with silk or other materials, or not covered, 
if above j§2 is value, 8 per cent, ad val — Paper, 3 per ct 
act vaj. — Flaying and visiting cards, 50 per cent, ad \aJ.— 
Boots and bootees, exceeding in value g>5 per pair, 5 per 
cent, ad val. — Saddles and bridies, 6 per cent, ad val.— 
Beer, ale and porter, 5 percent, ad v*i.— Tobacco, manu- 
factured, segars and snuff, 20 per cent, ad val.— Leather, 
including therein all hides and skins tanned, tawed, or other- 
wise dressed, 5 per cent, ad val.— On all gold, silver, plakd 
ware^ and jewellery, and paste work, 6 per cent, ad val. 

Other Articles subject to duty. 
On Spirits distilled after the 1st day of February, 18l5, in 
addition to the former duty, where more than one still is 
employed, 20 cents per gallon on the quantity distilled. 
Where only one still whose capacity shall not exceed 100 
gallons, is employed, the owner may, at his election, pay 
the two duties, or 25 cents on the number of gallons dis- 
tilled. 

# J^d valorem — * According to the value." 
notes. 

1. Duties on Manufactures. — This tax is imposed en all 
articles manufactured ninety days after the passage of the 
law. The tax is confined to articles manufactured for sale. 
On all sums above 20 dollars, the manufacturer is allowed a 
credit of six months. — It the duty does net exceed 29 dol- 
lars, it is payable in money, and the manufacturer .is allow- 
ed a deduction of2per cent. — The manufacturer is required 
to enter into bond with two sureties, and to take out a li- 
cense. 

2. Distillers. — The new duly is in addition to that hereto- 
fore imposed on the capacity of the still, which, on stills em- 
ployed on domestic materiais,is as follows : — For two weeks, 
b cents — for one month, 18 cents— two months, 32 cents— - 
S months, 4-2 cents— six months, 70 cents— twelve months, 
108 cents per gallon on the capacity of the still. — The distil- 
ler is required to enter into bond and to take out license, 
which, under the present law, may be granted for one week 
at the rate of 5 cents per gallon on the capacity of a still em- 
ployed on domestic materials. 

3. Tax on Furniture*— Persons are exempted from the 



K5 

payment of this trx whose Furniture docs not exceed in vuU 
ye 200 dollars, after deducting beds, bedding, kitchen fur- 
niture, and ni titles man a fee tared at home. The owner 
gives n statement to the assessor, which is not reqiv'red to be 
on oath, the value cf his furniture above ^00 dollars, after 
deducting the articles mentioned. 

4. The duties on carriages, on retailers, and sales ci a?tc- 
iicn, are collected as under the former law, the rate of duty 
only being increased, nnrt the tax on carriages imposed ac- 
cording fo the scale in the table. The value of the carriage 
is given in by t he owner to the assessor, without oath, ac- 
cording to the existing condition of the carriage and har- 
ness. 

\ ny ti\t\\}^mmnmmm tM^ . mmm \m jm ^ i^^m9\»' mmmm wmmmmmt\ m i Mim i — nun* 

Errata.-* The Superior Court sits at Danbnry on the 
third Tuesday of September, The Aids 'o VSaj. Gen. Eb« 
enezer Huntington, are Majors Henry Hudson and Wol- 
feotl Huntington* 

Addenda. — Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky Speaker, an<t 
Thomas Dougherty, Esq. Clerk of the House of Representa- 
tives ; Charles Cutts? Esq. Secretary of the Senate of the 
United States. 

i **"-— ■ !■'■■ — — — ^— ^^ ■ ' ■ "» i i ! _■ 1 1 i'*t— ■»—■«—■» — m 

'INDEX. ! 



ALMANACK page. 

Attorneys Circuit 

Court, Conn. 170 i 

(see counties) 

Attorneys, District, 150 

Alpha society, ^ 1?2 

Academy Cheshire, 11.3 

Acad. Arts, &c. Con. H9 

American, 118 

Academy Bacon, 113 

American B. C. F. AI. 1!0 

Agricultural, 95 

Army Register, 157 

Associations, $9 



BANKS, W 

Bible Society, 94 

Bishops' Fund do. $1 

Baptist Assc siation* Ql ' 

COURTS, 1*4 

Coronals of Loans, 151 

Ce« ks -U. S. Courts, 150 

Custom H^use Officers 1€7 

Col. and Assess. U, S. 16fi 

Csties, &c. (5 

Clerical b2 

Charitable Scaiety, 95 
Candidates and unsettled 

Ministers, 8$ 



Colleges, Ncw-Havcn, 

Harvard, 

Williams, 

Ithode-Island* 

Bowdoin, 

Dartmouth, 

Middlebury, 

Union, 

Hamilton, 

Andover 
Connecticut Govern - 
ment, executive & 
legislative, 43- 

Judicial and Civil, 

Hartford county, 

New -Haven, 

New -London, 

Fairfield, 

Windham, 

Utchfield, 

Middlesex, 

Tolland, 
Diplomatic, 
Derby Fishing Co. 
Duties, 

Episcopal Conv. Con. 
ECLIPSES, 

PJtfcEMAN'S Meetings, 
I^ree-IVtasons, - 
Foreign Miss, board, 
GRAND List, & c 
Governors of State?, 
INSURANCE Co. Mar 

do. Fire, 
Inspectors Provisions, 
LODGES, 
Marshals, 

Deputies, 
MILITIA, 



1 


76 




m 


M. Annuity soci. 


94 


us 


Medical Society, 


72 


H4 


Ministers and Consuls, 


155 


Vis 


Missionary Society, 


91 


ib. 


Mora!, ditto, 


93 


116 


Marine Corpse 


1G3 


117 


NAVt List, 


164 


ib 


Yards, 


165 


IIS 


Agents, 


166 


116 


Nomina to Congress, 


50 




Assistants, 


50 




Notaries, 


68 


-44 


POST-OFFICE, 


152 


51 


Probate Courts, 


67 


ib. 


Phy. and Surgeons, 


74 


54 


Phi Beta Kappa Soci. 


112 


56 


UOADS and Innkeepers 


• 2 ° 


58 


SURVEYORS, 


72 


60 


Stamps, 


172 


62 


Surveyors, 


168 


64 


TABLES— Tides, 


4 


66. 


Interest, pounds, 
Rising & Setting 


19 


154 




iOl 


of Venus, 


17 


Q3 


Value of Cents, 


18 


9i 


Polls and estates, 


170 


3 


Town Clerks and Collec 


. 69 


, ib. 


Territorial Government 


152 


SO 


Turnpikes, 


102 


110 


Taxes, U. S. 


173 


108 


United States Officers 




169 


Exeeu. & Legis. 


145 




Judicial^ 


149 


08 


State, 


151 


102 


Treasury, 


ib. 


81 


Navy, 


If2 


150 


G. Post Office, 


if. 


169 


Mint) 


ib* 






■'"••* 






if. ■ 4* 



■fca^^ilfii 



30 "• L- 

974.6 

C7673a 

1817 

1 |it?S4:^L.OQY COLLECTION 



/ 




CONNECTICUT 

REGISTE B, 



AND 



UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

1817= 



BEING THE FORTY- P1R«T OF THE IN- 
DEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 

STATES. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 
BY NATHAN BABOLL. 

COMPILED UNDER THE INSPECTION OF THE SECRETARY 

OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 

■ QQ&i 

NEW-LONDON : 
PRINTED AND SOLD BY SAMCEL GREEN, 




OBSERVATION. 

THE hour of the night is, many times, more con- 
veniently estimated by the moon's southing, thai 
by her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 

RULE. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on anv 

given day, as it is ir^serted in this almanack, and you 

Will have the true time of the moon's southing tor that 

day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the length of the day ; and double tbt? 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the nighu 

Chronological Cycles for the year 1817. 
Dominical Letter, E | Solar Cycle, 6 

Lunar Cvcle or 7 *« | Roman Indiction, S 

Golden Number, 3 1 Julian Period, 6530 
Epact, 1$| 

Names and Characters of the Planets. 
O or © So! or Sim. $ Herschel. \ Saturn, 
(Sfror} Luna or Mood. 2/ Jupiter. £ Mars. 
Q Teilas, or Earth. $ Veuus. $ Mercury. 

Names and Characters of the Aspects. 
6 Conjunction, or Planets situated in the same 

iotvgitu'le. 
H QiiartiK when they are 90 degrees distant 

lrooi eacb other. 
§ Oi>[iosuioji, when they are 180 degrees 41s* 

taut. 
£± Trine, when they are 120 decrees distant. 
# Sextile, is when two nkuieis 01 stars are 60 cte« 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1817. 

X HERE will be but two Eclipses this year, both 
of the Sun, as follows viz : 

I. The first will be on the 16th of May, at 2 o'- 
clock 13 imuutes iu the morning ; consequently in- 
visible to us; but in Lat. b° 36' INF, and Long. 70* 
31' E, the Sun will be centrally Eclipsed on the me- 
nd? an. 

2. The second will be on the 8th of November, at 
9 o'clock 21 niio. in the evening; invisible tons, 
but in Lat. 8° 9' S.and Long. 148° 4d / E. the Sun 
will be totally Eclipsed at noon ; a little to the East- 
ward of New-Guinea. f O j -yflQ | 

STAMP TA.BLE. 

5 cents on Notes not exceeding 100 dollars. 
10 cents on Notes above 100 and not exceeding 200 dol- 
lars. 
25 cents on Notes above 200 and noc exceeding 500 dot 

lars. 
50 cents on Notes above 500 and not exceeding 1,000 dol- 
lars. 
75 cents on Notes above 1,000 and not exceeding 1,500 
dollars. 

1 dollar on Notes above 1,500 and not exceeding 2,000 

dollars. 
1* dollar on Notes above 2,000 and not exceeding 3,000 

2 dollars on Notes above 3,000 and not exceeding 4,0*50 
2\ dollars on Notes above 4,000 and not exceeding 5,000 
Si dollars on Notes above 5,000 and not exceeding. 7,000 

4 dollars on Notes above 7,000 and not exceeding 8,000 

5 dollars on Notes above 8,000 doliars. 



FREEMEN'S MEETINGS. 

C REEMEN'S MEETINGS throughout the State 
I Connecticut, are held annually on the .third Mon- 
!ay in September, and on the Monday following tha 



A TABLE shewing the difference of High- H aler at 

several place* from A ew- London* 
~TPHE fixth column of each monthly page fhews the' 
time of High-water at New-London, New-York, 
Elizabethtown-Poiat, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
■lina— to which if you add and fubtratt as in the annexed 
;table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol 
Slowing places. — (A) mews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtrafted— (H) ftandi for 
hoars, (M) for minutes. 



Names of Places 
Albany 
Amboy 

Annapolis, Mar, 
Annapolis, Nov/, 
New-Bedford 
Bofton 
Burlington 
Canlo 

Cape-Ann 
Cape Fear 
Cafco Bay 
Charleston Bar 
Fairfield 
Vredcr\c&,Gcorg;a, S 
Georgetown Bar S 
Guilfoid 

Hackenfack 

Halifax 

Hell Gate 

Hartford 

H in ^ham 

Huntington 

Ipfwich 

Jamestown 

K\ngtt.own,EfopMS 9 A 

Louifbourgh A 

Main Ocean S 

Mobillc-Poiat A 

Nantucket S 



A 

S 

s 

A 

S 
A 
A 
A 
A 
S 
A 

S 
A 



h.m. Names #/ Places. M.M 

6 30 Newburyport A 2 45 

45 New-Haven A 1 5° 

2 c New- Providence S 125 

3 o New town Landing A I o 

1 12 Norwich Landing A o 45 

2 15 PenObfcot A 3 ° 

20 Penfacola S I o 
2 5° Philadelphia A 4 20 
2 45 Pifcataway A 2 40 

1 o Plymouth A 1 35 

2 15 Poiepels Ifland A 3 ° 
2 20 Port Royal, 5. C. S o 30 
2 o Portfmouth A 2 45 

1 o Providence S I o 

2 20 Purifburgh, S. C. S a 

1 30 Quebec A 3 

3 o Reedy-Mand A 2 15 
3 o Rhode-Ifland S O 45 

30 Salem A 2 45 

2 20 Sandy-Hook S O 45 

1 32 Savannah S 1 82 

2 o Saybrook A O 15 

2 4j St. Auguftine, B. S 1 25 
o 50 St. John's, Ne-wf. A 3 o 
6 o Sunbury, Georgia^ A O 36 

3 o TybeeBar A O 15 

45 White Stone A a 4 
5 o Williammurg, Ya. A 2 55 

1 30 Wilmington, NX. A 2 5 



A TABLE showing the rising and setting M the p?nn- 
e* Venus, the evening and morning Star ; anci the 
rising, setting and southing of the planet Juniper, 
and also the beginning of morning twilight, or brei »k 
of day, for the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th,and~25th days m 
each month of the year 1817. _____ 



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Bay | 


3 


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morn, j 


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5 44 




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2 16 


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7 


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7 46 


5 41 


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1 36 


1 54 


2 19 


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3 37 


7 57 


5 38 


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1 11 


I 45 


2 £% 


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19 


3 17 


8 9 


5 34 


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48 


I 37 


2 34 


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'25 


2 57 


8 19 


5 29; 




45 


22. . 


1 35 


2 43 


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8 36 


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8 48 


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JANUARY hath 31 dayT" 



Pull iii". od. 7h. 57m. ^m. 
Last qr. 10d,6fi.55m.mb. 



Newm.l7d.7h7ui.51rn.m 
First qr.25d.6h.55m. mor»J 



m|w| Calendar, Sec. |©? .j(v)s.jF.sea.|r. 3 s » 



lj4 Cue Jim. 

2:5^3 high. 



Likeiyfor 
rain or snow 



3 6 ©slow of cJ.5 m. fuliO 
4;7i Days increased 3 m. 
5'E;2d af Chrhtmas. 
6 2 jEpip. More fleasant. 
7\o\ but soon grows cold 

8 4 Victory, by #. Jnckon 

9 5 ]5 Perigee. Haw, aull, 

10 6j7*'s s. 8 o'clo "n0 5 

1 1 7|Akh baron so. 9 o'clock. 
Eilst.sund. af. En. 
2JD with 2/. windy 
3 1 D wish % and Jf . £jr cold 
4 1 J low. ^n easterly 
5 Days increased 42 m. 
6jNew 3. storm. 
7 slow of clock 11m. 
£ 2d after Epiph. 
2 |0enters^3h. 9m.mor, 

&2#w or rain. 



4 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22] 
23 
24 
257 



»26 



Y.L so 9 o'cL j> Apog. 
Cold blusteriug weather. 
7*s seiith 7 o'clk. 
Con v. St. Paulo H0D 



Wise counsel is not wonh 7 



much, hut to biin(or rain. 
who takes it. D high. 
K. Charles, some pretty 



432. 



4 33! 



7 

8 

21 *33j 9 

10 

11 



434 
434 
435 
435 
4 3-6 



23436 
2 2^ 3 7 
2jJ4 38 
2i'4 39 
20 ! 4 39 



3d aft. Epiph. snow\7 8 



440 
441 
442 
442 
4 43 
4 44 
445 
446 
447 
448 
4 49 
4 50 
451 
4 52 
4 53 
454 
455 



morn 
24 



5 


3* 


6 


36, 


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5 


54 


7 


4 


8 


14 



1 

2 
•2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

10 

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1 

! 

2 

3 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



9 
14 10 



26i 
39 

54 



5 1 morn, 



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30| 

23; 

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17| 
15! 



1 
14 

27 
37 
47 

40 



3 

4 

5 

6 

12-2 sets 
6 5 57 

7 

7 

8 

9 
11 

11 31 
titooi 



1 8 



FEBRUARY hath 29 days. 


Full moon 1 cL 9h 22m. at". 


New mo.15d.llh.32m.a- 


Last quar. 8 d. 2h. 59m. af. 


First qr.24d. 3h.40m.m 


;u|\vl Calendar, ike. |<v>r.|©s.|F.sea.|r. D s 


1J7 Full C- Tides swell. 7 


2 


4 581 9 10 


Drise 


2 J E|:Se. Sund Pur. V.M, 7 


1 


4 59<10 6 


5 50 


3 


2(Osl. of cl. 14m [Oaml ? 





5 


li 


7 5 


4 


3 1 3 Perigee. Cold chilling^ 


59 


5 1 


11 51 


8 20 


5 


4|Taketh2 ireather 6 


57 


5 3 


morn. 


9 31 


6 


5 J as it comes, weather. 6 


56 


5 4 


41 


10 43 


7 


6 I Dav s i ncr. 1 h .10m. 6 


55 


5 5 


I 31 


li 58 


8 7j7*ss, Go'el.Inf 6Q? 6 


54 


5 6 


2 21 


morn 


9jf .Sexagesima Sunday. 6 


53 


5 7 


3 14 


1 13 


10*2 jDog Star south 9b. 6 


51 


5 9 


4 9 


•2 23 


1 IJ3 - JSnow or rain, 6 


50 


J 10J 5 5 


3 38 


12J4 D low. afco?^ £&£*£€ 


49 


5 116 3 


4 30 


131 5 | ifajtt, T/tfz/ ?/i c^ depend. 6 


48 


5 12| 6 59 


5 27 


ji 1 416 [Valentine. $fbrfc ?>20^-6 


4-6 


5 Ufcl 43 


* 20 


irrh'cv 3.o0i2 frafc.6 


3 


5 15 8 41 


5 sets 


I6f« JQain. Hun '. Fufl titles 6 


A A 


5 if)| 9 $4 


5 53 


1 7 3 ! I) a y s n c re as • : I n. 3 6 Hk.6 


42 


5 18,10 16 


6 50 


[,,.)| >$*!< Q e 6h.X-Unv\f 


4; 


5 19(10 58 


7 48 


19 4 J ^ Apogee. Fn I iides. 6 


40 


5 SOjl 1 39 


8 52 


B< h j Col! thiUivcr wi»4e c 


38 


5 22!aft. 19 


9 56 


31JG 'Pride is us loud a bfrg f 


37 


5 23| 59 


10 55 


2.:|7! gar ss want. (• 


36 


>24J 1 42 


11 5i 


tf5JEf«t Mnvluy N Let!** f 


3,«t 


5 26 3 26 


m ?n 


2-tt'2 t. Matties. H0 3>.f 


33 


i 27 


3 14 


5$ 


3513 


Sune pleafafitb 


S2 


5 23 


4 5 


1 57 


2 64 


D\v%h. weather. 6 


30 


5-30 


5 


2 54 


W[5 


Lyra ii.se ft o'eJock. 6 


2° 


5 31 


5 57 


3 5$ 


2«|6* 


Qsl.ofcl. 13m.nO 2 


fi 


28 


5 32/ 6 55 


4 39 


The PLm;' Venus will bTTvc 


Ting btar iiirril the 2 is*. 


ofMrw \lvn Mor«Hi_e l t\r to the end ci thevesr. 



MARCH hath 3i days. 


Full moon 3 d. Sh. 43m. m. 


New m. 17d.4h.24nr. a i 


Last quart. 10 d- Ob. 6m. m. ( 


Firt qr. 25d.9h.15m. af 


m|w 


Calendar, &e. |JSM©« |F. sea.]i\ 3) s. 


1 


7 


St. David, uprise ho. 


6 25 


.5 34 7 52 


5 27 


2 


E 


2nd in Lent. Blustering 


6 25 


5 35, 8 47 


6 M 


3 


2 


Fuil Q High tides. 


6 23 


5 37) 9 41 
5 38;10 33 


3) rise 


4 


.3 


7*'s set at mid. D Per, 


5 22 


7 If 


5 


4 


The Almanack says 


6 21 


5 3^11 28 


3 33 


6 


5 


Spring, bat Jack frost 


6 19 


5 4* 


morn. 


9 4S 


7 


6 


?ay5wiEter, Days leag. 


6 18 


5 42 


18 


10 54 


8 


7 


Qsl.ofcl. Mm.I^cin or 


5 16 


5 44 


r 12 


12 


9 


E 


3d inLent, jturries of 


6 15 


5 45 


2 7 


mcrn. 


10 


2 


Tvri. rtbrtest. nO). 


5 14 


546 


3 5 


1 is 


11 


J 


If yoa love me [ 5 low 


6 12 


5 48 


4 3 


2 3 6 


12 


4 


Joha.yon;'dee«*s * iii ie\) 


5 11 


5 49 s 5 


3 27 


13 


5 


me so, ? Or. EloDg.aracw 1 


6 10 


5 50 


5 55 


4 19 


14 


6 


&07>je pleasant weather 


5 8 


5 52 


6 4! 


4 55 


15 


7 


then cold and ivifidy 


5 7 


5 53 


7 34 


5 23 


16 


E 


4th in L. MidXSuad 


5 5 


5 55 


8 19 


6 6 


17 


2 


kpm ^. 6 h o . 


5 4 


5 56 


9 2 


3 sets 


|8 


o 


J Apoftte. Sowr 


o 3 


5 57 


9 42 


6 5 5 


19 


4 


feasant nv sat her. 


6 I 


5 59 


10 25 


7 54 


20 


5 


Q~n. ^° 5r. 7-r.af ern. 


6 $ 


6 11 3 


8 53 


21 


6 


7*'s set 11 o'clock. 


5 5S 


6 2 11 45 


9 53 


22 


7 


Days length 12h. 6m. 


5 57 


6 3'aft.28iO 5 3 


vU 


B 


5th m LctiN 2/staiion 


5 56 


6 4J 1 Ull 53 


14 


o 


*/* s(or?7i is near 


5 54 


6 6 2 4 


morn. 


2* 


q 


Annn:i.B.V.M.nG)D 


5 53 


6 7 2 56 


54 


2f 


4 


^ high, " Pleas&nt 


5 5i 


5 9 3 51 


I 52 


27 


5 


then &tor?rt8 and 


5 50 


6 10 4 47 


2 52 


$8 


6 


O slow of clock 3 m. 


5 49 


5 11 5 43 


3 S3 


*;< 


r 


Jllghts of snow 


5 47 


6 13 6 38 


4 7 


n r 


2 


6\h in Lent. Palm Suu 


5 46 


6 14 % '32 


, 4 4fl 


a i 


ff 


r»n^/ tma' h!*rte~nf 


£ A S 


t 1 - 


d ■ e 


e \ 1 



APRIL hath 30 cays. 



Full mo. Id. oh. 22ni. ait, 
>ast qr, 8d. 10h. 4im. m> 



New m. 16d 9h.4lm. in. 
Ijrstqr, 24d.i0h.36m.rn 



m|\v| Calendar, Etc. Kgjri |@s.|F.sea 



8 

9 

to 

1 1 

12 

13 

■U 

5 

17 



18 
19 

£o 

2 J 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29J3 

PO:4 



1 3p Perigee. Full® 

2 4 If money be the root of 5 

3 5 all evil, there is a great 
4! 6 Good Friday. 
5\7 prospect of better tiraes 
6*E faster Sunday. 
7 £ faster Mond. 5 low 

". Tues. DOD 

Easterly winds .15 
/*'sset 9h 46m. L5 

6 Pleasant weather.] 5 

7 '^ays kjng. i 3 h, 4m. | 
Istaf:. E. Li^w Sun J5 
3 and cluck even. 5 
3 Apogee. • . [5 
VewJ. Full twit s|5 

Pleasant weather.\5 
2/andS nearly in cout 
S'lp. 6 © § Showers.' 5 
2d.af.E. Qi.n8fih.41m. 5 
Lowry wet weather, [m. 5 
f*'s«et9h. 3hish. 5 
Choose a wife on SMtU 
day ; not on Saodajr. 
(a0). Smoky 

© fa.^t of clock 3 m. 
3d. sinid. aft E aster. 

thick o/r, distant 
AT; 'Y. election. 5 

% P e r i 1 c e . /// h n d°r, 5 



43|6 17 
42}6 18 
4 J 16 19 



39 
38 
36 
3- 
3: 
32 
3\ 

2 a 

27 
26 

21 
2J 
22 
21 



6 2 i 
622 
6 24 
6,2: 
626 
6 2* 
ft \ ■ 



3 s. 

18 "Dnse 

7 3 

8 5° 
10 9 

22) 



9 

10 H 

11 6 
morn. 

4J1: 

3 •morn. 



6 3 
6 3 
63 
636 
637 
6 3$ 
6 39 
6 41 
64s 
6 43 
645 
6 46 

5 47 

6 48 
60 
651 
6 5 2 
6 53 
6 54 



3! 35 



5 

7 

7 

8 

9 

9 

10 
1 1 
aft. 

58* 



5 1 
46 

40 
34 

26 

17 

o 

lj 

55\ 



31 
27 

3 
40 

6 
33 
5 4 
15 

eta 

5^ 
50 
4 6 
49 
52 
tnor r >< 
42 



MAY hutji 31 days. \ 


Full mo, I d. 2k,46i*>. m 1 Ntw mo. 16d 2ii« "J3ui.nr 


Last qf. 7d.l0h.52m, nf. | First qr. 23d. 7h, 55m, ait. 


Full moon 30th gay, 10h, S4m» morn. 


m|w| Calendar, &<•. |©^-|© s -|^ •sea.jr. 3 s 


1 5 


^t. PliiiljpvVjaiiits .1; # 


5 5j6 55J 9 5;^ 


D.j-isc 


2 


6 


Speak but Jitlle, and 


5 3;6 57 10 51 


8 5 


3 


7 


to the purpose, and yot 


5 2:6 5«jll 53 


17 


4 


E 


will pass for some bo<!y 


5 1J6 59 


hioin. 


11 30 


5 


2 


]) low. Chilli, 


5 o;7 C 


55 


morn. 


6 


3 


cold ncthcrhj winds 


4 59J7 1 


I 54 


18 


7 


4 


Gen.Elec. Newport. 


4 5 8J7 4 : 


2 5f 


1 7 


8 


5 


Gen. Elect. Hartford. 


4 57,7 § 


3 42 


1 42 


9 


6 


Easterly weather, 


4 56^7 A 


4 29 


2 17 





7 


O fast of clock 4m, 


4 55J7 5 


5 is 


2 41 


1 


K 


5th alter Easter. 


4 54J7 6 


5 5 


.3 5 


2 


2 


for some days 


4 5317 i 


9 3« 


3 15 


3 


3 


D A f ogee, fileasan 


4 5 2*7 £ 


7 13 


3 45 


4 


4 


Perhaps thunder 


4 51 


7 5 


7 54 


4 7 


5 


J 


Ascension. D H.Thur 


4 50 


7 n 


8 3i 


4 30 


6 


6 


New J) Sun Eclipse '. 


4 49 


7 li 


9 19 


3 sets 


7 


7 


3 with $ . Cog/ mornings 


4 48 


7 12 


9 51 


8 26 


S 


F 


Sun. af. A seen. 


447 


7 13' 


51 


9 40 


9 


2 


3 high, and evenings 


4 46 


7 14 


i 1 49 


10 44 





3 


Pleasant, hazy. 


445 


7 l£ 


it.43 


1 1 29 


] 


4 


Qert.n 7h. 6m. mor 


444 


7 It 


\ 37 


mo n. 


2 


5 


(Inf. 60?, Pain 


4 43 


7 17 


2 20 


15 


O 


6 


nO 3 • wear Mz> *«&£.; 


4 42 


7 18 


3 2 


49 


4 


7 


Eagles H\ rises 9 o'cl k 


4 42 


7 18 


4 10 


1 23 


5 


E 


Whit Sunday. 


44: 


7 19 


4 5$ 


} iff 


6 


2 


W. Monday Pleasant 


4 40 


7 20 


5 49 


2 S 


7 


3 


8 Q>%,n.Q\. weather 


4 39 


7 23 


6 40 


2 39 


8 


4 


Elec. Boston. 3 per 


4 39 


7 21 


7 3 4 


3 10 


9 


5 


O fast of clock 3m. 


4 38 


7 22 


8 31 


3 45 





6 


Fuji $. Cool 


•1 37 


7 23 


9 32 


3 rise 



JUNE hath 55 days. 



njt qr. 6cU Oh. 50m. aft, 
>-;e>v m. i4d, 4h. 58m. a. 



Fii&tqr. 22d. 2h. i7m. m 
Full m. 28d- 6h. 31m. aft 



\%\ Calender, kc. |®ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r.D s 



6 
7 

92 

lob 

114 

m* 

13 6 



frjhUy Sund. >4 36 

lie that lives by fraud. 4 36 
Is in danger of dying a 4 35 
<?©¥* [knave. 4 34 

#a/rc, more or /e**, 134 
□ O 3 near tfiis time 
7 #, s rise 3h. mo.n. 
1st. Sund. after Trin. 
Pleasant weather 



7 24(11 37 



7 24 

7 25 

7 26 

726 

4 33J7 27 

4 33)7 27' 

-4 33J7 27 



morn. 
37 



i> Apo. Si^ns of rain 
St. B".rnsl s as. 'Fair, 
5 stall' nary. 6 ©5- 
Westerly winds 
UJ7;New 5 .©and cl. even 4 31[7 29 
M|E|id alter Trin. j) h;g«* [4 3 i;7 29 
^p,b Staiiohsty 



i: 



432!? 23i 5 9 
4 32:7 28; 5 4< 



4 32J723! 
43!r7 29J 
4 3 U7- 2-91 



1Q 



10 

11 4C 

morn 

16 

Q 51 



5 s . 

i: 

8. 4"! 3 set 

9 4 1 8 36 

■ 3l[7 29J10 35] 9 23 

2'4'lQ I J 



\^\%\tfiwi4er xhowers, wtitcM&STtf 29{1 1 
j 1 ^; i i rejresh the eurth'AoOSj 30'aff 

19 



* :> 



..2210 45 

and cJrU$o\? 3dj 1 13] 11 20 



4 3017 30 
ISotr 30 
4 30;7 20 
4 30|7 30 
4 3l|7 29 
431J7 29 
4 3117 29S 



^0| 6. Longest Days, 
-1*7 © in 15 3ft. 43m. 
22jE3d a-ter Trin, a© C 
>3«9 jNap. ab lie throne ol Fr 
24 j 3 Jpf-*, St. J, IV 3 perigee 
^5.4 G in Utuoii. Ccfttefte. 
2615 !©> s!o.v of clock SftU 

27 6 JHii:h tide-. /?«/« 

28 7 ludl ©I C to\r. 
P? E[4th af, Tnii. St Peter 
301 2 I near these rfatrs.U 3 1 1 7 29 1 1 



5 ijmorn 



3 11 43 

9! 



431J7 29! 
431.7 29|:0 



2 
18 

I 

Q 
10 
13 
U 

1 



42' 

7 

37 

2 7 

3 7 
^ rise 

8 45 

9 371 



JULY hath 31 days. 



ast qr, 
ew m. 



6d. 4h. 
14d. 5h. 



58m. ni. 

?.Omm. 



First qr. 21d.7h.9m. tuor, 
Full moon 2fid. 5h.35in.m. 



Iw] Calendar, &c. 



ri*|{|)&[F«sea.j r. D s 

To~ 

10 

n 
n 

11 45 
morn 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
E 
2 
3 
9J4 
05 



Pleasannt weather. 4 32 J 7 28 

Vis. B.V.ML ^JApheB; 4 32 7 28 

Be virtuous to-morrow 4 32 7 28 

Independence da. 1776 4 33 7 27 

and you may also enjoy 4 33 7 27 

5th &f.T. p O D .to day. 4 33 7 27 

3> Apogee. 3) with % . 4 34 7 26 

©slow of clock 5m. 4 34 7 26 

Antaresso. 9h. 4 35 7 25 

Men praise agaioit their 4 36 7 24 

will, but slander oomes a 4 36 7 24 

5 high. [volunteer. 4 37 7 23 

6th Sund. after Tiro. 4 38 7 22 

© sl.ofcl.5m. New 3 4 38 7 22 

Full tide*. You may 

e&fiect rain near 

these day 8. 

Days shortened 22m. 

Pleasant weather, 
7th ait. Trin. 
J Perigee. a©>. 



morn. 




1 

2 
3 



4 39(721 

4 40|7 20 



*7{E 
2812 
29b 



Perhafis thunder, 
Oenters&2h. 35m. m 
showers, ther, 
St. Ja.raes.Dog days be 
3) low. cool westerly. 
8tk after Trin winds 
% Station. Full 8 . 
]The weather grows un 

poJ4[#$t. ©fc! 6m. 

i31'5 settled, Foggy mornings. 



4 40 

441 

4 42 

4 43 

443 

4 44 

4 45 

4 46 

4 47 

448 

4 49 

4 50 

451 

4 52 

4 53 



7 20 

f 19 

7 18 

7 17 

717 

716 

715 

714 

713 

712 

711 

710 

7 9 

7 8 

7 7 



4 
5 
5 

6 
7 

.3 
9 

10 

11 

11 

aft 
1 
2 
3 
4 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 



5 
44 

58 
20 

40 
21 
) 
48 
37 
2S 
22 
17 
12 
5 
55 
44 



34 



3) set 



20 
9 

1 
56 
54 
55 
5 6 
55 
50 
41 
2S 



43 

1 

4 

12 

37 

4 



9 

9 

10 
10 
11 

11 32 
morn 

6 



morn. 



4© 
3® 
21 





1 
2 
3 

5 rise 
8 33 

8 59| 

9 26 



AUGUST hath 31 chys. 


Last qr. 4d, lull. 3m. ait. i First, qr. I9d. Oh. 4m. ait 


New mo. I2d 8h. 13m. af. | Foil mo. 26d. 2h. 49rn.aft 


M 


vv 


Calendar, &x. 


@r 


.|®W* 


.sea.jr. 3 s 


1,6 


-ummas. stop 6 © $ 


454 


7 6 


|0 


"12 


10 8 


2*7 


Jfctf weather. 


4,55 


'7 5 





34 


10 28 


3 




9ih af. Trm. 3 apo. 


4 56 


7 4 


1 


36 


10 40 


4 


2 


a © D and per ha pa 


4 57 


7 3 


2 


15 


10 53 


5 


3 


j> with £ ♦ thunder 


4 58 


7 2 


2 


57 


11 22 


6 


4 


I'rahsfig. of our Loid. 


459 


M 


3 


41 


11 52 


7 


5 


7*s rise 10b. 56m. 


5 


7 


4 


28 


morn. 


8 


6 


Day's short, lh. 2rn. 


5 1 


659 


5 


18 


34 


9 


7 


> high. Windy 


5 2 


658 


6 


11 


1 17 


40 


1< 


1 Oth* aft. Triii. 


5 3 


656 


7 


6* 2 16 


11 


2 


Lyra so. 9h. 


5 4 


655 


8 


2 


3 15 


12 


3 


New D. D0J. 


5 5 


6 54 


8 


57 


3 sets 


13 


4 


Do well and you create 


5 6 


653 


9 


50 


7 48 


14 


5 


eavy ; do better you coa- 


5 8 


6 52 


10 


4. 


8 18 


15 


6 


foutid it. Assurnp. 


5 9 


65 i 


11 


30 


8 44 


16 


7 


3 perigei. Fine 


5 U 


649 


aft. 


19 


9 11 


17 


i<: 


1 J th aft Trin. weather. 


512 


648 


1 


8 


9 40 


18J2 


Qslow of clock 3m. 


513 


647 


2 





10 8 


19 




Cora. Middle. Col. 


5 14 


646 


2 


54 


10 45 


20 


4 


nO 3 Wow yen 


5 16 


644 


3 


50 


11 23 


21 


5 


look out for a btarm 


5 17 


643 


4 


50 


morn* 


22 


6 


> low. 


5 18 


6 42 


5 


5C 


20 


23 


7 


QQn.v% 9h. 3rn. mo. 


5 19 


64! 


6 


49 


1 !6 


24 


E 


12th af.Trin. St 0arth. 


521 


639 


7 


46 


2 13 


25 


3 


7** r.9h,48m. n % 


5 22 


638 


8 


38 


3 15 


26 


3 


Fullf. Full tides. 


523 


637 


9 


26 


3 i i*e 


£7 


I 


Coin. Cam & Dartm 


5 25 


6 35 


11 


11 


7 32 


28 


5 ! 


Windy weather.: 


5 26 


6 3 -: 


10 


54 


T 55! 


29 


6 J 


St. John Bap. beheaded. J5 27 


633 


1 1 


35 


8 16 


SO 
_ . i 


r\ 


Q and cUeven. .3 apo. 


5 23, 


63 1 


norn 


8 33 







SEPTEMBER hath *) days. 


La^t 


qr. 3d. 4a.l5m. af. 


First qr. 17d. 6h. 16m aft. \ 


New m. llfl.lh.56m.fno. 


Fnll moon. 25d. 5h. morfi 


m|w| Calendar, &c. |©n.|©s.|F.sea.|r. j> s. 


1 


2 


Aquiila south 9h. 


5 3 1 


6 29j 57 


9 28j 


~<tt 


Q 


M r arm sultry 


5 32 


628| 1 41 


9 55 


o 


4 


Com. Prov. U W . C%>! 


5 34 


6 26* 2 26 


!0 34l 


4 


5 


Q © $ . weather 


5 35 


6 25 3 15 


11 14 


5 


6 


3) high. for several days. 


5 36 


6 24 4 7 


morn. 


6 


7 


7*s rise 9 o'clock. 


5 38 


6 22 5 C 


7 


7 


E 


14th aft. Trin. 


5 39 


621, 5 56 


1 l 


8 


2 


Nativ. B.V.M.- 


5 40 


6 20 6 5C 


2 11 


9 


3 


©fast of cl. 3m. 


5 42 


6 18 7 4.5 


3 22 


id 


4 


Commence. N. Haven. 


5 43 


6 17 8 37 


4 


U 


5 


New 5 Very high tides 


6 44 


6 16' 9 28 


J sets 


is 


6 


Now exfiect a storm 


5 46 


6 14 10 19 


7 20 


15 


^ 


3 perigee. near this 


5 47 


6 13 11 10 


7 48; 


14 


E 


15th after Trin. time 


549 


6 1 1 aft. 2 


9 16 


15 


2 


If you mistrust your 


5 50 


6 10 56 


8 53 


16 


n 
o 


own judgment, speak but 


551 


6 9! 1 34 


9 30 


17 


4 


little. D © 3 . 


5 53 


6 7 


2 53 


10 23 


18 


5 


3 low. Pleasant, 


5 54 


6 6 


3 52 


11 17 


19 


6 


then rainy 


5 55\6 5 


4 53 


nnorn 


20 


7 


lowry weather. 


5 57 6 3 5 49 


24 


2\ 


e 


16th aft. Trin. St, Ma. 


5586 2 


6 42 


1 32 


22 


2 


Windy, flying clouds. 


559 


6 1 


7 31 


2 26 


23 


3 


0eaters=fi= 6h.41m. mo, 6 1 


5 59 


8 16 


3 2'lj 


24 


4: 


7*'s r^e a o'- lock. [6 2 


5 58 


8 59 


4 12; 


25 


5 


Full $. . Tides sw.di.J6 4 


5 56 


9 40 


J> rise] 
6 50| 


26 


6 


©fast of clock 9m. 


6 5 


5 55 


10 21 


27 


7 


D Apogee. ' 


6 7» 


y 53 


11 3 


7 13 


28 


K 


17th after Trin. |6 8. 


5 52 


11 45 


7 36] 


29 


2 


Pleasant weather. 6 9 . 


> 5 1 1 morn. 


8 3 


30 


3 -foggy mornings^ 6 1 115 49l 30 


8 o5: 



OCTOBER haih 31 days 


Uab* qi\ Sd. 9h.55m. mo. 


First qr. 17d. 2h. 57m. hi. 


N T ew mo. led. lib. 28m. in. 


Full mo. 24d. 10h. Sm.aft 


54 1 vv j . Calehdar, Sec. |(fjri 


. ©s.|F.sea 


■jr-Js. 


1 


4 / Southern winds 


6 12 


5 48 1 17 


' 9 16 


2 


5 <[ ris. very far Norther 


6 13 


5 47 ; 2.7 


10 2 


3 


6 a © > blow ufi rain 


6 15 


5 45J 2 59 


11 1 


4 


7 Day's length llh.28m 


6 16 


5 44| 3 53 


12 


5 


E 18th aft Trin. 


617 


5 43| 4 47 


mora. 


6 


2 Pleasant weather 


619 


5 41 5 40 


1 12 


7 


3 He that spe&keth truth 


620 


5 40 6 32 


2 24 


8 


4 and yet aims to deceive. 


6§1 


5 39 


7 24 


2 35 


9 


5 is a liar, for some clays 


623 


5 37 


8 14 


4 47 


10 


5 7*5 r. 7h. Inf. 6 © $. 


624 


5 36 


9 5 


Dse:* 


U 


7 ]) perigee, high tides. 


626 


5 34 


9 58 


6 23 


12 


E 19th aft. Trin. 


627 


533 


10 53 


6 58 


13 


2 ©fast of clock 13m. 


6 28 


5 32 


11 51 


7 33 


U 


3 Grows cooler ; 


6 30 


5 30 


aft. 52 


8 25 


15- 


i I > sets rery far southerly 


631 


5 29 


1 54 


9 17 


16. 


5 1 perhaps frosty 


6 32 


5 28 


2 55 


10 23 


17 ( 


5 □ © 3 mornings 


6 34 


5 26 


3 53 


11 31- 


18 i 


r St; Luke, CW evenings, 


6 35 


5 25 


4 47 


tuern 


19 


7 .20th aft. Trin. 


636 


5 24 


5 36 


37 


20$ 


J Windy, blustering, 


638 


5 22 


6 22 


1 45 


2i: 


I Ston. Baptist Asso. 


6 39 


5 21 


7 5 


2 $% 


22 < 


t ! Mere pleasant 


6 40 


5 20 


7 46 


3 59 


23 < 


> ©enters tig Oh. 47m. ah. 


6 42. 


5 18 


8 27 


4 5f 


U t 


> Full ®. Tides swell 


6 43 


5 17 


9 7 


Drisr 


25 7 


r 3) 'P°g- '^ n rc ^» 


6 44 


5 16 


9 49 


5 4c 


26] 


2 2 1st after Trinity. 


6 45 


5 1110 33 


6 i? 


27 S 


\ 7*s. rise 6 o'clock. 


6 47 


5 13 


11 19 


7 C 


28 5 


► St. Simon 8c Jade. 


548 


5 12 


morn * 


7 3) 


39 4 


« Day's length 1 Oh. 22m 


649 


5 11 


7 


8 S 


30 3 


O fast of ci. 16m. 




G 5 11 


5 9 


58 


8 5C 



NOVEMBERWh 30 <fc^sT 
First qr 



Last qr .2d. lh. 56m. m 
New moon 8d. 9h 21m.af, 



a 15 d. 2h.57m. at. 
Full moon 23d. 5h.9m. aft. 



MjVV Calendar, Sec, |Qri.|Qs.|F sea.jr.^ s. 



7 lAll baints. 
E 



6 

76 

8 

9 

10 
U 

12 



I8j3 

1914 
205 



23JF 

24*2 
25*3 

2 3; 6 

2?! 7 



'fah 



b 53 5 

6 54 5 
6555 
6565 

6 57 5 

6585 

7 59 
7 
7 1 
7 3 
7 4 
7 5 
7 6 
7 7 
7 9 
7 10 
711 
712 
713 
7 14 
71 
7 16 
7 17 

719 
719 
7 20 
721 
7 22 
Advent. Sun. St. And 7 22 



22d after Trin. n03 
A wise man changes 
his mind, but a fool nev- 
er will. 

Cold blustering weather 
Days length lOh. 
7 |Sun eclipsed. D Peri 
E23daf.Trin. 6%*}. 
2'0 f.ofcl.Bm. F. tides. 
3j Some f ilea sant days 
4 {Enjoy the present hour 
13J5 jso as not to injure those 
I4>i& that follow. 
1 5i7 j aQ D . then comes a 
16JFJ24th aft. Trin. storm 
17*2 ;7*s $♦ at midui«ht. 



Smoky, thick air, 
Day's length 9h. 34m. 
for some days 
3 apogee. then cold 
©en. X lOh.Tm. mar. 
25tha.T.F.©.(a0l2 
£$etty full titles. . Aow 
ex ficct an easterly storm 
©fast of clock 12m. 

Grows cold, 
7*s south 1 1 o'cl. \2m 
Perhafis snow 



2 43 

3 35 





4 5S 

4 57 

4 56 

4 55 

454 

4 5 

4 52 

451 

4 50 

4 49 

4 48 

4 47 

4 46 

4 45 

4 44 

44 

4 4 C 2 

\ 41 

4 41 

4 40 morn. 

4 S9 34 

4 m 1 25 

4 3Si 2 5 



10 57 

morn. 

3 



Dset 

5 26 

6 16 
7 

8 11 

9 16 

10 28 

11 40 
morn. 

46 



I 



52 
5; 

53 



3 

4 

5 52 
D rise 

5 16 

6 1 

6 45 

7 43 

8 41 

9 47 
MO 54 



DECEMBER hath 31 clays. 



Lastqr. Id, 3a. 34m. af. f First qr. 15d. 6h. 42m. m. 
New rn. 8d. 7h. 46m. mo. J Full mo 23d. Oh. 12m. af. 
Last quarter 31st day, 2h. 36m. morn 



m|w| Calendar, &c. [©ri.|(v)s.|F.sea|r. J)s 



9 

10 

11 

(12 



7 # s. south 1 1 o'clock. 



7 23 



724 
7 24 



Self interest turns some 
men's opinion) as sure as 
the wind does a weather!? 25 
cock, 6%'$. 725 

D Peri. Cold sour 

E|2d Sund. in Advent. 

2 Con .B.V.lvI. #OS. 

3\(6 Q2l< New J, Rain 
You wont for-(ors7io<?y 

5 [get 'tis winter: F. tides. 

6J(v) fust of -cl 5rn. 



Rain, hail^ snow y &leetj7 29 l 



14E|3d in Advent. 6 Q% 

15 2J7*s so. lOh. D0) 

16 3 near these dags. 

1 7 4 Siiius rises S o'clock. 
5 j ilibr^ moderate, 

ISJ6 jDajHi length 9h 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 



g6 
27 
28, 

303 



7|>apog. then cold. 

E4th in Ad, { with % 
2 (Qinltf llhra bt Tho 

Full®. 3) high. 

O slowofcl. lm. 

Christmas d«y. 

Su Stephen. Snow, or 

Sjjt;. John, raw 

7*s. scmh 9 o'clock. 

Cold. (Innocents 

ee new Almanack, ioi 



437 
436 
436 
4 35 
4 35 
4 34 
4 34 
433 
4 33 
432 
4 32 
4 32 
431 
4 31 

7 29*4 31 



726 
726 

727 
727 
728 
728 
728 



7 29, 

729;4 



7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 50 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7:29 
729 
7 29J431 
7 291431 
7 29J4 31 
7 2SJ4 32 



4 30 
4 30 

4 30 
4 30 

30 
4 30 
4 30 

4-30 
431 

4 3 1 



3 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

aft. 
1 

2 

2 



50 
17 
24 
14 
7 
5 



morn. 

3 



7 
1 

17 
18 
14 
5 
50 

3 33 

4 1 
4 53 



4 57 
6 17 
Dsets 



3b 
43, 
50] 

71 
25 
29 



morn* 

34 



8 34 

9 25 



morn. 

48 

1 55 



34 
35 
»4 
3 

34 

6 34 

j)r;se 

5 23, 



25! 

or! 



6 
7 
3 
9 

10 49] 
2 20lH 57 



41I 

J 



19 

A TABLE of Simple Interest at 
For any Sum from 20?. to £.1 



l Mon. 



6 per 

000. 



Cent. 




20 
TABLE, 

Shewing the value of any number of Cents, from mz 
to one hundred, in shillings., pence and farthings. 



cts. 


.9. 


<a 


lets 


8, 


d.f. 


dfe 


s. 


d.f 


cU. 


*. 


1 





s 


2C 


1 


6 3 


5i 


3 





76 


4 


2 





1 2 


27 


I 


7 2 


5i; 


3 


1 2 


77 


4 


3 





2 1 


2b 


1 


8 1 


5 3 


3 


2 I 


78 


4 


4 





3 ( 


19 


t 


9 C 


54 


3 


3 C 


79 


4 


5 





2 5 


3d 


I 


9 2 


$3 


3 


3 5 


80 


4 


6 





4 1 


31 


I 


10 1 


56 


li 


4 1 


81 


4 


7 





5 C 


32 


1 


11 


57 


3 


5 Q 


82 


4 


8 





5 3 


13 


I 


11 3 


58 




5 5 


83 


4 


9 





6 £ 


34 


2 


% 


59 




6 i 


84 


5 


10 





7 1 


35 


2 


1 1 


6C 


3 


7 


85 


5 


li 





8 


36 


2 


2 C 


61 


3 


8 2 


86 


5 


12 





8 S 


37 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 


8 1 


87 


5 


13 





9 1 


38 


a 


3 1 


65 


3 


19 t 


8€ 


5 


14 





C 


39 


2 


4 C 


64 


3 


10 3 


89 


5 


15 





10 3 


40 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 


10 2 


90 


5 


16 





11 2 


4; 


2 


5 2 


66 


3 


1 1 


91 


5 


17 


I 


10 J 


4v 


o 


6 1 


67 


4 


c 


ffs 


5 


n 


I 


1 


m 


2 


7 C 


68 


4 


1 3 


93 


5 


19 


I 


1 3 


44 


2 


7 3 


69 


4 


1 2 


94 


5 


20 


i 


2 2 


45 


2 


8 2 


70 


4 


2 1 


95 


5 


£1 


1 


3 


4e~ 


2 


9 ft 


7. 


4 


3 


96 


5 


22 


i 


3 3 


47 


j 


9 3 


i ■- 


4 


3 3 


97 


5 


23 


I 


4 2 


48 


2 


10 2 


73 


4 


4 S 


98 5 


24 


1 


5 1 


49 


3 


11 1/ 


74 


4 


5 1 


995 


27 


I 


6 


50 


3 


oo 1 


75 


4 


6 


100 


16 



d.f 

6 3 

7 

8 

9 

9 
10 
11 
11 



2 

2 

2 

3 

4 

4 

5 

6 

7 

7 

8 

9 



i 9 



10 2 

11 1 




Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed" in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tenths* 
Cents or Hundredths, and Milles or Thousandths, 
A Dime being the tenth part of a Dollar* a CVrc* 
the hundredth part of a Dollar* and a Afctf the 
thousandth part of a Dollar* 



21 

ROADS. 

WITH TEE NAMES OF GOOD INN-KEEPERS. 



Post Bond from Boston to I West-Farms Downing 
J Harlem-Bridge, Mudge 

Whole distance 



JVfcw 


Y*rk. 




fo Cambridge 


Porter 


3 


Watertown 


Stratum 


1 


Waltham 


Wells 


3 


Weston 


Smith 


5 


Sunbury 


Fames 


4 


Marlboro' 


WiUiaras 


10 


Nerthboro* 


Munroe 


5 


Shcwsbury 


Hamilton 


5 


Worcester 


^Sikes 
) Mower 


H 


Leicester 


Hobert 


c 


Spencer 


J-enks 


5 


BrookfieUl 


Draper 


7 


Weston 


Lumbard 


H 


Palmer 


King 


8 


Wilbraham 


Glover 


7 


Springfield 


Williams 


10 


Suffield 


Eldririge 


If 


Windsor 


Sill 


10 


Hartford 




7 


Merlin 


Kiley 


11 


l^eriden 


Hough 


G 


Wallingford 


Boardman 


£ 


New -Haven 




9 


Milford 


Butler 


9 


Stratford 


Lovejoy 


5 


Bndgewater j|W 


4 


Fairfield 


uvnapp 
iBuikley 


4 


Greenfarms Morehouse 


6 


Norwalk 


Mott 


4 


Middlesex 


Nash 


5* 



4 

4 

I 

235 



From Boston to Hartford 123 
Hartford to New-York 112 

~ £35 

From JVew -London to Bos- 
ton. 

To Montville Houghton 7 
Norwich ■ 

Jewett's City Johnson fc 
Plainfield Eaton 7 

Sterling Field 4 

Seituale Fish 11 

providence 15 

Attleborough Mann 12 

Wrentham Everitt 9 



Dedham 
Boston 



Fuller 



— Total !<K> 
From Boston to Portland, 
Lynn Thayer 7 

Salem Tucker \7 

Ipswich Tread well ]2 

"Newburyport Perkins 1*2 



Hampton 


Leave t 


25 


Portsmouth 




<20 


Kennebeck 




£9 


Portl&ul 


Peck 


7 



«f«mf«^ ^Hoyfc .. — Total H9 

atamtora JDavenpopr^JProw M^ London to JYew~ 
Hoseneck Weed Haven. 

Ilye Pennfield 5 ! Lyme Parsows ft 

EasfChe*tcr 10 j Say brook Pratt 

Killing worth Crane 



i 



22 



[• 



Guilford Stone 


9 


From Utica to Canandaigun. 


Bran ford Barker 


9 


Russel 


3 


New-Haven 


8 


Congar, New-Hartford 


4 






Laird, Westmoreland 


11 


Total 


53 


Leaven 


12 


From J\ r iiv- London to Hart 


Marshall, Vernon 


14 


ford. 




Williams 


20 


Water ford Avery 


5 


Shewin, Lenox 


24 


Montville Turner 


3 


Blakesley, Sullivan 


SI 


New-Salem 


f> 


Warner, Manlius 


38 


Colchester 


6 


Gumyear 


43 


Marlborough Overtor 


i 8 


Cadweil, East-Hill 


47 


Glastenbury Hollister 


5 


Johnson, West-Hill 


52 


Wells 


5 


Hutchinson, Marcellus 


55 


Hartford 4 S-4 


Beaeh, 9 mile Creek 


60 






Hall, Skeneateles 


56 


— 42 3-4 


Amerraaa, Aubura 


72 


From Hartford to Albany. 


Buckley, Cayuga 


82 


Farnriington Phelps 


6 


•Sampson 


€2 


Canton Humphre) 


s7 


Shield, Geneva 


1 


Bid well 


o 


Taylor, Seneoa 


101 


Ki Hartford Cowles 


I 


Whitney, Gorham 


19 


andishfields 


14 


Doty, Casandsigua 


1)2 


Lenox Coffee-House 


22 


Bates 


U3 


New-Lebanon 


12 







Phillipstown 


9 


From Canandaieua to Buffa* 


Union Tillage 


7 


ice. 




Albany 


a 


Steel or Beech 


6 




— 


Egleston, W. Bioomiield li 


— 


94 


Frost, Lima 


16 


From Albany to Utica 




Pierson 


20 


Schenectady 


*14 


Hosmer 


£4 


Amsterdam 


16 


Cameron, Caledonia 


31 


Cauhawanga 


9 


Ganson 


St 


Johnstown 


7 


Mrs. B^rry 


s$ 


Palatine 


14 


Semon 


43 


Manheim 


3 


CUnrehel 


45 


Little Fulls 


7 


Loom is, Batav?* 


49 


Herkimer 


7 


Brute 


56 


Schuyler 


6 


Kitharjteon 


CO 


I'tica 


9 


Spuir 


70 




— 


Sharp 


80 




93 


Atkins 


H5 



23 

Hansom©, Bufftloe 90 iFrom Hartford to Windsor, 

?r%m Canandai^na to Niag-\ C^ erm9 ^:J., 



ara Falls, 
Genesee River 
Batavia 

Buffaloe Creek 
Chi ppewa 
Niagara Falls 



27 1-2 
27 
36 
19 

2 1-2 

112 

-From Providence to Hert- 
ford. 
Plainfield Eaton 30 

Windham Stauiford i4 
Hartford 30 

— ■ 74 

Middle Road from Boston to 
Hartford. 

Fuller 9 

Holebrook 8 
Thompson 17 
5 
G 
8 
6 
9 
S 



Springfield 
Northampton 
Deerfield 
Putney 
Char It stow n 
Windsor Pettis 



Williams 
Clavk 
Ben net 
S towers 
Ely 



28 
19 
]g 

2.3 
20 
IS 



Dedham 

Medfield 

Mendon 

Ux bridge 

Douglass' 

Thompson 

Pomfret 

Ashford 

Mansfield 

Coventry 



Reed 
Dudley 
Jacobs 
Cady 
Clark 
Bicknell 
Pomroy 7 
E- Hartford W oodbridge 6 
Hartford 10 



rom Hartford to New-Ha- 
ven thro' Middhtown. 
Middletown 25 

Wallinftford Csrrington 1 4 
New-Huvea 13 



126 

From New-London U New* 

port. 

Westerly, Rhodes 15 

Tower-ftill, Hall 25 

Narraganset Ferry 3 

Newport 7 

— 50 
From New- York to Washing* 

ton. 

Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 128 

Susquehanna (Hayre) 16& 

Baltimore 192 

Gents 2 1 4 

Washington S&g 



Post Road from Hcstcn t9 
Hartford. 

Beaton to Farmiitghani ft*- 

tons 20 

Worcester, Sikes IS 

Sterbrid<e, Burts 18 

Stafford, Bice 15 

Vernon, King 12 

Harijord, 14 



*ta i 



24 
TARIFF 

Or Rates of Duly, on all Goods, Wares and Merdhan* 

disc, hnportedinto the United States of America ; 

as established hy an act of Congress of the 

twenty seventh of April, one thousand eight 

hun dred and sixteen, entitled" an Act to 

regidate the duties on imforts and 

Tonnage" 



TABLE I. 

Ofartklss subject to ad valorem rate 3 of 
Duty.* 

(A.) 

Articles, all composed wholly or chiefly 
.of gold, silver, pearl, and precious 
'stones, 

Artificial flowers. 

Arras, fire 

Arabic, gum 

Arms, side and fire 

Articles, all not free, and not subject to 
any other rate of duty, (see gold leaf.) 

(B.) 

Brass, manufactures of all articles from, 
or of which brass is the material of 
chief value, 



importations in 



Amer. 
•vesseh. 

'or cent. 



7 1-2 
30 

7 12 
20 

15 



20 



Foreign 
vessels. 

Percent, 



8 1-4 
33 
22 

8 1-4 
22 

16 1-2 



22 



*NB. /;; all cases where an ad valorem duty shall be 
charged, it shall be calculated on the netl cost of the articles, 
at tin', place whence imported, ( 'exclusive of packages, com* 
missions, cud all charges, J with the usual addition, estab- 
lished by lu?i' f of 'JO per cetii. on all merchandise imported 
from places beyond the Cafe of Good Hope, and of 10 per. 
%fcq i. un a rticlcs imparted Ji c m all other places. 



25 

trass wire, 

buttons, 

iuiton moulds, 

luckles, of all kinds 

ton nets for women, 

talsams, 

hidles, 

looks, blank 

brushes, 

Bristol stones, 

fchie, Prussian 

Meached, or coloured, (see cottoa yarn) 

(C.) 

,.„., . „_ i Except Russian & Ger- 

.o th, hempen [ ££ n Russia 

Joth,tul (j 8 ,kI Holland duck. 

Copper, manufactures 6f all articles 
from, or of which it is the material of 
chief valae, 

Cutlery, 

J»nnon, 

Jhina ware, 

lk)tton, manufactures of all descriptions, 
or of which it h the materia! of chief 
Talue, til! the 30th of June, 1819, 
(After that day 20 per ceat«) 

Cotton twist, do. do. do. 

Cotton yarn, do, do. do. 

Cotton thread, do. do. do. 

Cotton cloths, or cloths of which cotton 
is the material of chief value, (except- 
ing nankeens imported direct from 
China,) the original cost of which, at 
the place whence imported, with the 
addition of 20 per cent, if imported 
from the Cape of Good Hope, or from 
places beyond it, and 10 per cent from 
any other place, shall be less thaa 25 
cents per square yard, shall, with such 
additions, be taken and deemed to have 
cost 2S cents per square yard, and 
shall be charged with duty according* 



20 
20 

20 
20 
SO 
30 
SO 
30 
30 



7 1-2; 

ft 



20 



20 



20 
20 
20 



25 

25 
25 

25 



22 
i22 
22 
22 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 
8 1-4 
22 



22 

22 

23 
22 



2r 



27 



27 1-2 

27 I % 



25 



27 1-2 



26 

Cotton twist, ) Unbleached, and unco- 
Cotton yarn, > loured, the original 
Cotton thread, ) cost of which shall be 
less than sixty cents per pound, shall 
be deemed and taken to have cost 60 
cents per pound, and shall be charged 
with duty accordingly, 
Cotton yarn, bleached or coloured, the 
original cost of which shall have been 
less than 75 cents per pound, shall be 
taken and deemed to have cost 75 
cents per pound, and shall be charged 
with duty accordingly, 
Cotton piece goods, imported in vessels 
of the United States, which shall have 
sailed therefrom, before the 27th of 
April, 1816, and shall arrive therein be 
tween the 3Clh of June, 1 8 16, and the 
first of June, 1 817, the original cost of 
which cottcn piece goods, at the place 
whence imported, shall have been less 
than 25 cents per square yard, shall be 
admitted to entry, subject only to a 
duty of 33 1-8 per cent, on the cost of 
said cotton pieee goods in India, and on 
the usual addition cf£0 per cent, on 
that cost, 
Caps for women, 
,j. or hats of wool, 

„ „ of fur, 

„ „ of leather, 

„ ., ot chip, 

„ ., of straw, 

„ „ of silk, 

Cosmetics, 
Capers, 
Comfits, of all descriptions, preserved in 

sugar or brandy, 
Cabinet wares. 

Carriages, ®f #11 descriptions, and parts 
thereof, 
|f Canes, 

Clothing, ready made 

Cotton, stockings of * 



25 



25 



si m 




30 


33 


30 


33 


so 


33 


30 


S3 


30 


33 


30 


33 


30 


33 


30 


33 


30 


33 


30 


33 


3Q 


33 


so 


33 


30 


33 


30 


33 


20 


2* 



27 1.2 



27 1-2 



27 

lip, (see hats »r c*ps,&c.) 

>loured, or bleached, (see cotton yarn, 

&c) 

(D.) 

ving drugs, and materials for compos- 
ing dyes, not subject to other rates 
of duty, 

(E.) 

nbroidery, 
^aulets, 
irthen ware, 

ire arms, 
ins, 

jathers, 

'araes, f>r sticks, for umbrellas or para- 
sols, 

ar, hats or caps of 
oo r cloths, painted 
ags, mats of 
towers, artificial 

(G.) 

tim, arabic 

um, Senegal 

old watches, 

old lace, 

old, (see articles all composed of, &e.) 

old leaf, and all articles not free, and j 

not subject to any other rate of duty, 

lass, manufactures other than window] 

glass, and black glass quart bottles, 

ilt waies, of all kinds, 

rass, mats of 

(H.) 

empen cloth, (sea cloth) 
ats,or caps of wool, 

»> „ leather^ 



7 1-2 



7 1-2 
7 1-2 

SO 



20 
SO 
SO 

30 
SO 
30 
30 
30 



7 1-2 
7 1-2 
7 1-2 
7 1-2 



15 



20 
20 


22 
22 


30 


33 


30 


S3 


30 


33 


30 


33 


30 


33 



8 1-4 



8 1-4 
8 1.4 

22 



22 
33 
33 

33 
33 
33 
33 
33 



S 1-4 

8 1-4 
8 1-4 
8 1-4 



6 1-2 



>of thread or silk, 



28 
„ „ straw, 

Harness, 

Head dresses, ornaments for 

Hangings, paper 

a) 

Iron, manufactures of all articles from* 
or or which it is the material of chie* 
value, 

Jewelry, 

Japanned wares of all kinds, 

(L.) 

Lace gMd, 

„ silver, 
Laces, "Y 

Lace veils, 

,, shawls, 

„ shiides, 
Leaf, gold (see gold leaf,) 
Lead, manufactures of ail articles from, 

or of which it is tke material of chief 

value, 
Leather, and all manufactures thereof, 

or of which it is the material of thief 

value, 

(M) 

Materials for ooroposing dies, aot subject 
to other rates of duly, 

Manufactures of all articles from brass, 
copper, iron, steel, pewter, lead, tin, 
or of\^hich cither of them is the ma- 
terial of chief value, 

"Muskets, 

Manufactures, (see woollen, he) 
„ (see cotton, he) 

„ (see leather, &c.) 

Millinery, of all sorts, 

Mats, of grass, 
„ of flags. 

Mustard, 

Manufactures of wood, (see wood, &c.) 



30 


1 


30 




30 




30 




30 




1 




20 




7 


1-2 


20 




7 


1-2 


7 


1-2 


7 


1-2 


7 


12 


7 


1-2 


7 


1-2 






20 




30 




7 


1-2 


20 




SQ 




30 




30 




30 




30 





2$ 



Moulds, button a 


20 


22 


(W.J j 






Needles, 


30 


22 


Nitre, 


7 1-2 


8 1-4 


(0.) 






OH, sallad 


30 


3 3 


Olives, 


30 


33 


Ornaments for head dresses, 


3 


S3 


(PO 






Paste work, 


7 1-2 


S 5-4 


PearJs of all kinds, set or not set, 


7 1-2 


8 1-4 


Precious stones of all kinds, set or not 






set. 


7 1-2 


s :-4 


Pearl, all articles composed whelly or 






chiefly of 


7 1-2 


8 1-4 


Precious stones, all articles composed 






wholly or chiefly of 


7 1-2 


8 1-4 


Printing types, 


20 


22 


Pewter, all articles manufactured from, 






or of which it is the material of chief 






value, 


20 


§2 


Pins, ' 


20 


22 


Plated wares of all kinds, 


20 


22 


Prussian blue, 


20 


22 


Porcelain, 


20 


22 


Parasols, of whatever materials, 


30 


33 


„ sticks or frames for 


W 


S3 


Perfumes, 


30 


33 


Painted floor cloths, 


50 


33 


Pickles, 


30 


33 


Paper of every description, 


:30 


33 


Pasteboard, 


30 


S3 


Paper hangings, 


ao 


33 


Parchment, 


30 


33 : 


Preserves, (see sweetmeats) 




j 


(K.) 




! 


Rtgs, (see woollen manufactures, &e.) 




1 



(S.) 
Senegal gum, 7 

Salt petre, 7 

Silver Watches, 7 

Stones, precious, of all kinds, set or not 
set? 7 

, % Bristol 7 

Silver, (see articles all composed, &c.) 
Shawls, lace, of thread or silk, 7 

Shades, lace, of „ „ 7 

Stockings of wool ®r cotton, 20 

Sail cloth, vsee eloth) 
Steel, manufactures from, of all kinds, 
or of which it is the material of chief 
value, 20 

Side arms, 120 

Stone ware, 20 

Stuff goods, (see woollen manufactures, 

hie) 
Sticks, or frames for umbrellas or para- 
sols, 30 
Straw, (see hats or caps) 

Silk hats or caps, 30 

Sallad oils, 30 

Sweetmeats, of all descriptions, preserv- 
ed hi sugar or brandy, SO 
Saddles, 
Sticks, walking 

(T.) 

Thread, (see lace, lace shawls, &c.) 

Types, for printing, 

Tin, manufactures from, of all articles, 

or of which ii is the material of chief! 

value-, I 20 

Twist, (sec cotton manufacture, ko.) 

(U k V.) 

Unbhached, and nncoloured, (sec cotton ' 

twist, &o ) 
VeHt, Ince, of thread or silk, 7 

Umbrellas, ; 30 

Vellum, I 3U 



1-2 


\ 

8 Ml 


1-2 


8 1-4] 


1-2 


8 1-4] 


h<2 


8 1-41 


1-2 


8 14 


1-2 


8 1-4 


1-2 


- 8 1-4 




22 




22 




22 




22 




33 




33 




3S 




33 




S3 




33 




22 




22 [ 


l-i 


8 Li! 




& \ 


i 


33 ] 



31 

(W.) 

Watches, all kinds of, and parts of 
Wire, brass 

Wares, of all kinds, gilt, 
„ „ plated 

„ „ japanned 

Woollen manufactures ofall descriptions, 
or of which wool is the material of 
chief value, until the 30th of June,1819, 
after that day, 20 per cent, excepting 
Blankets, 
Woollen rugs, 
Worsted, and stuff 
goods, 
Washes, 
Wafers, 
Wares, cabinet 
Wood, all manufactures of 
Wool, stockings of 
Walking sticks, 
Whips, 
Ware, china 
„ earthen 
„ sione 

(Y.) 

Yarn, (see cotton manufactures, &c.) 



7 1-2 


8 14 


20 


22 


20 


22 


20 


22 


SO 


22 


25 


27 1.2 


SO 


33 


30 


33 


30 


S3 


30 


33 


£0 


22 


30 


33 


30 


33 


20 


22 


£0 


22 


20 


22 



TABLE II. 

Of articles subject to specific 
rates of duty, 

(A) 

Ale, *»n bottles, 

,, otherwise than in bottles, 

AHum, 

Almonds, 

Anchors, 

(B.) 

Beer, in bottles, 

„ otherwise than in bottles, 
Bottles, black glass quart 
Boots, 
Bristles, 

, excepting iron 
nufactured by rol- 



IMPORTATIOtfS IN 



r» — ) iron in, < 



Bars, 7 'ron in, when manufac- 
Bolts, ^ tured by rolling, 
Bars, lend in 
Bolts, copper 

,, composition 
Bohea, (see teas) 
Brown sugar, 
Burgundy, (see wines) 

(C) 

Cards, playing 
Cables, 

Cordage, tarred 
Cordage, tin tarred 

u yarns, 

i, twines, 

,, packthread, 

,, seines, 
Candles, tallow 

„ wax 

,, spermaceti 
Chinese cassia, 



Jlmer* 
vessels* 

Cents. 

15 

10 

100 

3 

150 



15 

10 
144 

150 



45 



150 
I 



30 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
6 
6 



Foreign 
\ vessels* 



Per. 

gallon 

Cv/t. 
pound 
Cwt. 



gallon 

gross 

pair 

pound 



Cwt. 

•» 
pound 



pack 
po'md 



33 



Cinnamon, 


1 25 


pound 


27.5 


Cloves, 


25 


«, 


97.5 


Cheese, 


9 


»> 


9.9 


Chocolate, 


3 


19 


3.3 


Cocoa, 


2 


91 


2.2 


Coal, (heaped) 


5 


bush I 


5.5 


Copperas, 


100 


Cwt. 


no 


Uopper, rods, bolts, spikes, Or 








nails, 


4 


pound 


4.4 


Composition, rods, bolts, spikes, 








or nails* 


4 


j» 


4.4 


Coffee, 


5 


» 


5.5 


Jotton, 


3 


,) 


3.3 


Currants, 


3 


yi 


3.3 


Champaign, (see wines) 








Jandy, sugar 


12 


pound 


132 


3igars, 


250 


thous. 


T5 


flayed, white or powdered sugar 


4 


pound 


4.4 


Children, shoes and slippers for 


15 


pair 


16.5J 


(D.) 








duck, Russia, not exceeding 52 








archeens, each piece, 


200 


piece 


229 


,> Ravens, not exceeding 52 








archeens each piece, 


125 


if 


137.5 


„ Holland, not exceeding 52 








archeens each piece, 


250 


91 


275 


(*■) 








Pigs, 


* 


pound 


3.3 


^ish, foreign caught, 


100 


quint. 


110 


„ mackerel, 


150 


barrel 


165 


„ salmon, 


200 , 


» 


220 


„ all other pickled 


100 


M 


110 


Fayal, (see wines) 








(t.) 








jlass bottles, black quart 


144 


gross 


158.4 


jrlass, window, not above 8 in 








cfies by 10, 


.50 


lCOs.ft 


275 


M *> not above 10 by 12, 275 


« 


302.5 


il t, aboye 10 iach. by 1% 


325 ! 


•I 


357.5 



34 

Glue, 

Gunpowder, 
Gunpowder, and > t 
Gomee, ) 

(H.) 

Hemp, 

Hoops, sheets and rods, iron in 

Hyson, (see teas) 

Holland, (see duck) 

(ik j.) 

Iron, or steel wire, not excee- 
ding No. 18, 
„ „ „ over N®. 18, 

Iron, in bars or bolts, except 
manufactured by rolling, 

Iron, in sheets, rods or hoops, 
,, in bars, or bolts, when 
manufactured by rolling, 

Indigo, 

Imperial, (see teas) 

(L.) 

Lead, in pigs, bars or sheets, 
„ manufactured into shot, 
„ red or white,dry or ground 
in oil, 

Lisbon, (see wines) 

Lump sugar, 

Loaf sugar, 

(M.) 

Manufactures of iron into bars, 

or bolts, by rolling, 
Manufacture of lead in to shot, 
Madeira, (see wines) 
Mace, 

Muscatel raisins, 
Manufactured tobacco, Qther 

than snuff and segars, 
iitolaastfj 



150 
250 



45 
$250 



150 
15 



10 
12 



150 

2 



100 
3 



10 
5 



pound 


5.5 
8.8 


Cwt. 


165 

275 


pound 


5.5 
9.9 


Cwt. 
gj 


49.5 
275 


pound 


165 
16.5 


» 


l.l 

22 


» 


3.3 


»9 


11 

13.2 


Cwt. 

pound 


165 

2.2 


9) 

» 


no 

3.S 


M 

gallon 


it 
5.5 



35 

(N.) 

Tails, copper 

,, composition, 
fails, 
Nutmegs, 

(O.) 

)chre, dry 
)chre, in oil, 

)il, spermaceti of foreign fishing 
„ whale or other fish oil of 
foreign fishing, 
)live oil, in casks, 
)porto, (see wines) 

(p) 

'laying cards, 

'epper, 

'imento, 

'iumbs, 

'runes, 

5 ack thread, (see cordage) 

'ickled, (see fish) 

'ortugal, (see wines) 

'orter in bottles, 

„ otherwise than in bottles, 
'.aris, white 
'igs, lead in 

(R.) 
led lead, dry or golind in oil, 
laisins, muscatel 

„ in jars, 

„ in boxes, 

9, m all kinds of 
rlhenish, (see wines) 
tiods, (see copper, composition 

and iron,) 
Russia, (see duck) 
foveas, <see duck) 



4 

4 
3 

60 



1 

1.5 

25 

15 

25 



SO 
8 
6 
3 
3 



15 

10 

1 

1 



217 


'00.1 


pound 


4.4 


99 


4.4 


99 


3.3 


99 


66 


99 


1.1 


99 


1.65 


gallon 


27.5 


99 


1G.5 


St 


27-5 


pack 


33 


pound 


88 


99 


6.6 


jfe 


3.3 


99 


3.3 


gallon 


16.5 


99 


It. 


pound 


11 


» 


1.1 


99 


3.3 


f) 


3 3 


99 


3.3 


99 


3.3 


9» 


2.2 



tl 



30 








(S.) | 


. 




1 


Steel, 


100 


Cwt. 


110 


Segars, 


250 


thous. 


275 


Spirits, from grain, 








1st proof, 


42 


gallon 


46.2 


2d do. 


45 


to 


49.5 


3d d®. 


48 


*t 


52.8 


4th do. 


52 


99 


57.2 


5th do. 


60 


»9 


66 


Above 5th proof, 


75 


99 


82.5 


Spirits from ©ther materials tban 








grain, 1st proof, 


3S 


99 


41.8 


2d do. 


38 


99 


41.8 


3d do. 


42 


„ 


46.2 


4th do. 


48 


99 


52.8 


5th do. 


57 


99 


62 7 


above 5th proof, 


TO 


. 99 


77 


Shoes, of silk 


30 


pair 


33 


„ of leather, 


25 


*.♦ 


27.5 


„ for children, 


15 


99 


16.5 


Slippers, of silk 


30 


19 


33 


„ of leather, 


25 


19 


27.5 


„ for children, 


15 


9* 


16.5 


Spikes, 


2 


pound 


2.2 


„ copper p # 


4 


99 


4.4 


Spikes, composition 


4 


)9 


4.4 


Soap, 


3 


59 


3.3 


Shot, manufactured of lead 


2 


99 


2.2 


Sugar, brown 


3 


99 


3.3 


„ white olayed or powdered, 


4 


99 


4.4 


„ lump, 


10 


19 


11 


„ toaf, 


12 


99 


13.2 


„ candy, 


12 


99 


13.2 


Snuff, 


12 


99 


13.2 


Sicijy, (see wines) 








Steel wire, not exceeding No.18, 


5 


9* 


55 


„ „ above No. 18, 


9 


99 


9.9 


Souchong, (see teas) 








Seines, 


4 


19 


4.4 


Sheets, iron iu 


250 


Cwt. 


275 


„ lead in 


1 


pound j 


1.1 


Salt, 


20 


b.56lb 


22 


spermaceti oil, 


25 


gaUoal 


27.5 



37 

(T.) 

Tarred cordage, 
Tallow, 

Tallow candles, 
Teas from China, 
Bohea, 

Souchong and other black, 
Imperial, gunpowder and 

gomee, 
Hyson and young hyson, 
Hyson skin and other green, 
„ from any other place than 
China, 
Bohea, 

Souchong and other black, 
Imperial, gunpowder and 

gomee, 
Hyson and young hyson, 
Hyson skin and other green, 
Tobacco, manufactured, other 

than snuff and segars, 
Twine, (see cordage) 
Teneriff, (see wines) 
Tokay, (see wines) 

(U.) 

Untarred cordage, (see cordage) 

(VV.) 

Wax candles, 
Whiting, 
White, Paris 
YVine3, Madeira ") 
„ Burgundy 
„ Champaign )* 
„ Rhenish & • 
„ Tokay, J 
„ Sherry k 7 
„ St. Lucar, $ 

On other wine not enu- 
merated, when impor- 
ted io bottles or cases, 



12 

25 

50 
40 
28 



14 

3i 

68 
56 

38 

10 



[00 



60 



I pound 



gallon 



1.1 

14 

3i 

G8 
56 
38 



15, 

37, 

7i„ 
61, 
4i. 

11 



no 



C6 



77 



FPor- ( 
;sf 



55 



44 



27. 
3, 

5 



„ Lisbon 

" an d P o?hl°rwine,orPo r .> 

tugal and Sicily 
s , YenerifF 

„ Fayal, & other wines \ .« 
cf the Western 1st ' 
ands, 
„ All other wines when 
imported, otherwise 
than in cases and bot- 
tles, 25 
White lead, dry or ground in 

od, I 3 pound 

Wire, iron, or steel, net exceed- 1 
ingNo. l8, 5 

„ above No. 18,1 9 

White, clayed, or powdered su-j 

gar, 4 — 4.4 

Window glass, (see glass) 

(Y) 

Yarns, (see cordage) 

N. B. It will be seen that (to the rates of duty imposed on 
goods, wares and merchandise in American vessels) an ad- 
dition of 10 per cent, has been made, when the importations 
are in foreign -vessels, on all the aforegoing ad valorem and- 
specific articles, except on teas from China, in that instance 
alone the act makes the specific discrimination. The 3d 
section of the act provides that this additional duty of 10 $qv 
cent, shall not apply to goods, wares and merchandise im- 
ported in ships or vessels not of the United States, entitled 
by treaty, or by an act or acts of coagress to be entered ia 
the ports of the United States, on the payment of the same 
duties as are paid on goods, wares and merchandise impor« 
ed in ships or vessels of the United States. 



39 
TABLE Iir. 

Of articles free of duties'. 

Articles all imported for the use of the United State$, 

Apparatus, philosophical, specially imported by order ami 
for the use of any society incorporated for philosophical 
or literary purposes, or for the encouragement of the fine 
arts, or by order and for the use of any seminary of learn- 
ing* 

Anatomical preparations, 

Animals imported for breed, 

Apparel, wearing, and other personal baggage in actual 
use, 

Antimony, regulus of 

Antiquities, all collections of, specially imported, fee* 

Books, specially imported, &C. 

Busts, do. do. 

Botany, specimens in 

Baggage, personal, in actual use, 

Bark of the cork tree, unmanufactured, 

Burr Stones, unwrought, 

Bullion, 

Brass, in pigs, bars or plates, 

— old, fit only to be re manufactured, 
Barilla, 

Brimstone or sulphur, 

Brazil wood, 

Braziletto, 

Breed, animals, imported for 

Bars, brass in 

— copper in 
— t tin in 

Charts, specially imported, Sec. 
Casts, do. do. 

Coins, cabinets of i\o. do, 

Cork tree, bark of, unmanufactured, 
Coin, gold, silver 

• N. B. In all cants tvhere the articles atS stated a$ 
lt specially imported" they are governed by the con, ' 
and restrictions expressed under the head r ! (tffiurafU9 $ 

philosophical" 



40 

Clay, Hiawrought 

Copper imported in any shape for the use of the mint, 

ww in pigs, bars or plates, suited to the sheathing 
ships, 

•*-> , old, fit only to be remanufactured, 
Camwood, 

Collections of antiquities, specially imported, he, 
Cabinets of coins, 
Calaminaris lapis, 
Cloth rags of any kind, 
Drawings, specially imported, &e 4 
Drawings, do. do. 

Die woods, 

Engravings, specially imported, &e. 
Etching or engraving, d©. do. 
Furs of all kinds undressed, 
Fustic, 

Gems, specially imported, &c f 
Gold coin, 
Hides, raw 

Instruments, philosophical, specially imported, &c. 
Implements of trade of persons arriving in the U. Slates, 
Inventions, models of 
I^apis calaminaris, 
Log-wood, 

"Maps, specially imported, 
Medals. do. do. 

Modelling, do. do. 

Mineralogy, specimens in 
Models of inventions, 

— of machinery, 

Mint, copper in any shape imported for the use of 

Natural history, specimens in 

Nicaragua wood, 

Old brass, fit only to be remanufaetured, 

— copper, fit only to be do. 
■*- pewter, fit only to be do. 

Philosephical apparatus, specially imported, &e. 
JPaiotiugi, do. do. 

Painting, do. do. 

Plaister of Paris * 

Plants, 



41 

Pewter, old, fit only* to be remanufacture*}, 
Preparations; anatomical 
Personal b?ggage in actual use, 
Pigs, brass ill 
Vltvtes, brass in 

Plates, copper in, suited for the sheathing of ships, 
Persons arriving in the United States, their tools or imple- 
ments of trade, 
Regulus of antimony, 
Rags of any kind of cloth, 
Red wood, 
IReraanu factored, old brass, fit only to be 

«— old copper, do. do. 

— old pewter, do. do« 

Haw skins, 

Statues, specially imported, &c. 
Sculpture, specimens of do. do. 
Statuary, do. do* 

Silver coin, 
Skins, raw 

fcutphur or brimstone, 
Spelter, 
Specimens of botany, 

— in natural history, 

— in mineralogy, 

Atones, burr, unwr«ught, • 

Ships, copper in plates for sheathing, 

Sheathing copper in plates for ships, 

Trees, 

Tools of trade of persons arriving in the United States, 

Tin, pigs or bars in 

Teutenague, 

Trade implements, or tools of persons arriving in the U. S* 

United States, all articles imported for the use of 

Unmanufactured bark of the oork tree, 

Unwrought burr stones, 

Uu wrought clay, 

Undressed furs, 

URmanufractur«d wood of any kind, 

Wearing apparel, and other personal baggage, ia actual use, 

Woods for dying, 



Woods, Unmanufactered, of any kind 
— Brazil, Log, Nicaragua, Red, 
Zint. 

$CT Goods, Wares and merchandise, not free, and not 
subject to any other rate of duty, says the law, pay 15 per 
cent, ad valorem. The following articles are not mentioned 
in (he Tariff, and are supposed to come under this denomi- 
nation, and consequently pay the above duty, viz. Anni- 
seed, Books, Bricks and Tiles, Bees Wax, Colours prepar- 
ed, either dry or ground in oil, other than expressed in the 
Tariff; Dates, or dried fruits, other than expressed in do. 
Medicinal Drugs of every description ; Fringes^ for uphol- 
sterers and coach makers ; Gauze ; Ginger, raee or pow- 
dered ; Givaadoles, composed of various materials; Hair 
Powder, Honey, Lamp Black, Lemons, Limes and Lime 
Juice, Musical Instruments, Manufactures of Linen other 
than expressed in the tariff", ditto of Silk, do. do. do. Malt, 
Marble wrought, Nankeens direct from China, Oranges, 
Ointments, Paintings, Pictures and Prints, Pineapples, 
Pipes, Quicksilver, Slates, Starch and Wool. 

Goods, Wares and Merchandise, being the manufactures 
of Great Britain, or any of her possessions, (except those 
excepted under the " tonnage duty,") pay no higher du- 
ties than vessels of the United States; it is vessels other 
than those, which come under the denomination of "for- 
eign vessels," in the second column of the foregoing tariff. 

Tonnage Duty.—- -On American vessels, 6 cents per Ion « 
and on British vessels, from any place except the West-In- 
dies, or her North American possessions, 6 cents per ton ; 
on all British vessels from those places, and all other foreign 
vessels, g 2 58 per ton. 

Alloivance fir Draft. — Any quantity of 1 cwt. or 112 lb. 
is allowed lib.; above 1 owtl and under 2 cwt. 2 lb. ; above 
2, and under 3, 3 II). ; above 3, and under 10, 4 lb. ; abov« 
10, and under 18, 7 lb. ; above 13 cwt. lb. 

Tares. — Teas, Bohea, on every whole chest 70 lb ; every 
half ditto. 36 lb. ; every quarter do, '20 lb. On every che*t 
of Hyson, or other green tea, of 70 lb. or upwards, '20 lb. 
On every box of other tea, between 50 and 70 ib. 18 lb. ; if 
80 lb. 20 lb. ; upwards of 80, 2*2 lb. The above to include 
canvass, ropes, and all other coverings. On all other boxes 



43 

of teas, Recording to the invoice, or actual weight thereof' 
Coffee, in bags, 2 per cent, in bales 3, and in casks 12 per 
cent. Sugar, other than loaf, in casks 12, in boxes 15, and 
in bags or mats, 5 per cent. Chocolate, in boxes, 10 per 
cent. Cheese, in hampers or baskets, 10, in boxes, 20 per 
cent. Cocoa, in casks, 10, in bags, l per cent. Pimento, 
in casks, 16, in bags, 3 percent. Pepper, in casks 12, in, 
bales 5, in bags 2 per cent Candles, in boxes 8 per cent. 
Soap, in boxes 10 per cent* Cotton, in bales 2, in ceroons 5 
per cent. Glauber Salts, in casks 8 per cent. Indigo, in 
barrels 12, in other casks 15, in cereons 10, in bags or mats 
3 per cent. Nails, in casks 8 per cent. Shot, in casks 3 per 
cent. Segars; in boxes or casks 18 per cent. Sugar Candy, 
in boxes 10 per c«nt. Twine, in casks 12, in bales 3 per 
cent On all other goods, according to the invoice thereof, 
as actual weight. 

Leakage and Breakage. — Two per cent. i3 allowed on 
the guage, on all merchandise, paying duty by the gallon, 
contained in casks. Ten per cent on all Beer, Ale, and 
Porter, in bottles, and 5 per cent, on all other liquors in 
bottles, to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of 
breakage ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties on the 
actual quantity, by tale, at the option of the importer, at 
the time of entry. 

Terms »f Credit. — When the duties on ad valorem articles 
are less than jg 50, it must be paid immediately ; if specific, 
a deposit must be made to secure the same, which, when, 
ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the duties on goods imported, (where the sum to 
be paid by one person or firm, shall exceed j§ 50,) the fol- 
lowing credit is allowed, unless any bond is out against such 
person or persons, as principal or security for duties, which 
being due, remains uupaid. 

ft On all articles, the produce of the West Indies, (salt ex- 
cepted,) one half in three, and the other in six months. 
On salt, in 9 months. On wines, in 12 months. On all 
goods, &c. from Europe, (wire, salt, and teas excepted,) 
one third in 8, one third in 10, and one third in 12 months. 
On all goods, &c. (with the same exceptions,) from any 
other place than Europe and the West Indies, one half in 
§, one quarter in 9, and one quarter in 12 months. On teas 
frora China or Europe, it may be optional with the importer 



4.4 

at the time of making the entry, to seeur? the duties there- 
on, as in case with other merchandise, or to give a bond to 
the collector upon such conditions, that the terra of credit 
shall not exceed two years. 

When bonds for duties become due, and not discharged, 
the collector to prosecute without delay, and in case of in- 
solvency or death, the United States to be the first credit- 
or ; and it any person shall pay any debt due by the insolvent 
or his estate^frem whom, or for which they are acting, 
previous to the debt or debts due the United States being 
first fully satisfied and paid, shall became answerable in their 
own person and estate for the same, or part thereof remain- 
ieg up satisfied. Sureties on all bonds &r duties, in like 
case of insolvency or death of the principal, shall enjoy the 
like advantages for the recovery of said money, as are re- 
served t» the United States. 

Duties to be paid or secured where the goods are landed, 
and bonds to be given for securing the duties, if the whole 
or a part of the cargo is destined to different districts. 

Drawbacks .— All articles of merchandise subject to duty, 
imported into the United States, either in ships or vessels 
belonging thereto, or in those of any foreign power entitled 
to the like privileges by reason of treaties, upon the expor- 
tation of said articles, which is not to exceed a year from 
the time of their being landed, are allowed a drawback of 
the duties, (except foreign dried and pickled fish, and other 
salt provisions, fish, oil, or playing cartis,)subject to a deduc- 
tion of 2 £ per cent, it is to be understood, however that no 
allowance of the drawback of duties, for the amount of addi- 
tional duties imposed en goods imported in vessels not of the 
United States, will be permitted. The drawback on Spir- 
its 2 cts. per gal fori, on the quantity, and 5 per cent, on the 
amount of the duties. The time of 20 days, from the date 
of the e..try, is flowed for g'ving the exportation bonds* 

Restrictions on Importations. — No goods, wares, or mer- 
chandize, subject to the payment of duties, shall be brought 
into the United States from any foreign port or place in a- 
ny other manner than by sea; nor in any ship or vessel of 
less than thirty tous burthen, agreeable to the mode of as- 
certaining American tonnage, except in certain districts 
on the northern, northwestern, and western boundaries of 
the United States, adjoining to the dominions of Great Brit- 



aln in Upper ami Lower Canada, and in the districts on the: 
rivers Ohio and Mississippi. And no Beer, Ale, or Porter, 
in casks of less capacity thau forty gallons, beer measure, or 
if in bottles, in packages less than six dozen, under penalty 
of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. No refined, lump or 
loaf Sugar, except in vessels of the burthen of one hundred 
and twenty tons and upwards, and in casks or packages con- 
taining each, not less than six hundred pounds, on pain of 
forfeiting the same, with the ship or vessel. No distil- 
led Spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials excepted,) in casks 
of less capacity than ninety gallons, wine measure, on pain, 
of forfeiture as aforesaid, nor in easks or vessels which have 
been marked pursuant to any law of the United States, on 
pain of forfeiture of the aforesaid loaf or lump Sugar, t nd 
distilled spirits, together with the said ship or vessel. Pro- 
visions are here made, that a forfeiture Bhall not be the con- 
sequence where the spirits are for the use of tke seamen on 
board such vessel, but then not to exeeed four gallons for 
each man, and which shall at tke time of the entry of the 
said vessel be inserted in the manifest as the sea-stores of 
such ship or vessel. 



RATES OF POSTAGE, ' 

Single Letters. 
for any distance not exceeding SO mile* 6 cents 

Over 40 and not exceeding 80 miles 10 

. -&0 — 150 12 1-2 

150 - — - — - 40© 18 1-2 

400 25 j 

Double letters are double, triple letters triple, and quadru- 
ple letters, quadruple of these rates. A packet the weight 
of one ounce, the rate of four single letters, and in like pro- 
portion for one of a greater weight. 

Single letters if carried in a vessel of the United States, 8 
cents, in a private vessel G cents ; double, &c. in proportion* 

No master of a vessel can report, before his letters are 
delivered at the post office. 

Newspapers, one cent ; but if carried over 100 miles one 
and a half cents. Not carried out of the state where prin- 
ted, one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet. Any 
distance uot exceeding 50 miles i one cent. Over 50 and 
not exoeedine: 100 mile. 1 i ceats : any greater distance, 2. 



Connecticut Jitter, 

FOR THE YEAR 1816 17 



EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, ESQ, 

GOVERNOR. 
HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGEESOLL, ESQ, 

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. 






ASSISTANTS. 

Hon. Asher Miller, 
Aaron Austin, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Matthew Griswold, 
Henry Champion, 



Hon. Fred. Wolcottf 
Roger M.Sherman, 
Sam'l W. Johnson, 
Noah B. Benedict, 
William Perkins, 
Sam'l B.Sherwood, 



Andrew Kingsbury, Esq* Treasurer. 
Thomas Day, Esq, Secretary. 
Elisha Colt, Esq. Comptroller of Public Ac- 
counts. 
James Hjllhouse, Eeq. Commissioner of th e 
Scliool Fund* 



47 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

For May and October Sessions, 1816. 

MAT SESSION. 

Charles Den i son, Esq. Speaker. 
Elislia Sterling, and Rufus Adams, Esqrs. Clerks, 
Urtford, Sylvester Wells, Henry Seymour, 
Berlin, Ethan A Andrews, Phineas Johnson 
Bristol, Enos Ives 
Burlington, Giles Humphrey 
Canton, James Humphrey 

East -Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Benjamin Lyraan 
East-Windsor, J. Stoughton, jr. Eli B Haskell 
Enfield, Elam. 0. Potter, William Dixon 
Farmingtofi, John Mix, Solomon Cowles 
Qlastenbury, Jonathan Welles, Marvin Dayton 
Qranby, Joab Griffin, Joel Holcomb 
Hartland, Philander Humphrey, Israel Williams 
Marlborough, ElishaBuell 
Simsbury, Elisha Phelps, Daniel Wilcox 
Soitihinglon, Roswell Moore, Roger Whittelsey 
Sujield, Christopher Jones, Horace King 
W ether sfield, Ezekiel P. Belclen, Fred. Robbins 
Windsor, Ebenezer Hiekok, Oliver Mather 
tf £vv-Haven, Charles Deuison, William Bristol 
Bran ford, James Barker, Josiah J. Linsley 
Cheshire, Charles Shelton, Elias Gay lord 
Derby, John Humphrey, jr. 
"East-Haven, James Thompson 
Guilford, Joseph Elliott, Samuel Robinson 
Jiamden, Amasa Bradley 
Meriden, James Baldwin 
Middlebury, Phtlo Bronson 
Milford, Benjamin Bull, Samuel B. Gunft* 
North- Haven, Jacob Basse tt 
pxford, Jared Haw ley 
[Southbury, Marcus Wheeler 
Wallingford, Edward Barker, William M^rks 
Waterbury, Andrew Adams, James Scoviil 
Woktit) Ambrose Ives 



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Tfoodbridge, Justus Thomas, Robert Clark 

Kew-Lonbon, Chris. Manwaring. J. P. Trott 

^Norwich, Charles Thomas, Roger Huntington 

Jfozrah, Joshua Stark 

Colchester, John R. Watrous, Benj. Trumbull 

Franklin* Eleazer Tracy 

Grit-wold, John Tyler 

Groton, Elisha Haley, William Williams 

Lisbon, Levi Perkins 

Lyme, Ebenezer Broekway, Harris Tinker 

JWontville, William W. Haughtoa 

J\ orth-Stonington,ChestQi Smith, Daniel Packer 

Preston, Avery Downer, Nathaniel Kimball 

Stonington, William Randall, Amos Deaison, 

IVaterford, Charles Avery 

Fairfield, David Hill, John Hull 

Danbuf^i Elijah Gregory, Eliakim Peck 

Hrookfield, Noah A. Lacy 

Greenwich, Isaac How, Enos Lockwood 

Huntington, D. B. Newton, Israel A. Beardslee 

New- Canaan, Samuel St. John 

JYew- Fairfield, Scelye Richmond 

Newtown, Josiah Fairchild, Marcus Botsford 

Norwalk, Benj Isaacs, John Eversley 

Redding, Isaac Beech, Hezekiah Read, 

JRidgefield, Joshua King, Timothy Keeler 

Sherman, Jedediah Graves 

Stamford, John Brown, jr. Solomon Clason 

Stratford,* Levi Curtis, Nathaniel L W heeler 

Trumbull, Jonathan Beers, Jr. 

Weston, Joseph Bennett, Eliphalet Coley 

Wilton, Daniel Church, jr. 

Windham, Dudley Hover, Gamaliel Manning 

Aahford, Ebenezer Byles, Nathan Howard 

Jireoklyn, Benjamin Pierce 

Canterbury, Rufus Adams, David Butts 

Oolunuia, Benjamin Lyman 

Hampton, Solomon Tain tor 

Killingly, William Torrey, Nathan Fuller 

Lebanon, Ehen» Johnson, John Robinson 

•Mansfield, Zalmon Storrs, Frederick Freeman 

JPfaiiiJteld, John Lester* Lovi Robertson 



- 4<J 

jpomfrel, John H. t*ayson, Samuel Allen, 2d. 
Sterlings Dixon Hall 
Thompson, Isaac Davis, Simon Davis, jr. 
Voluntown, James Alexander 
Woodstock, Tfeebph B Ghawdler, Win Bowefc 
Litchfjeld, William Beebe, Jonathan ?5uell 
JSarkhampsied, Josiah li. Hart,JoLn Merrill 
Jiethlem, Nathan Hawley 
Canaan, Joshua Cornwall, Samuel F. Adam 
Colthroohf Nathan Bass, Seth Marshall 
Cornwall, Oliver Burnham, John H. Pierce 
•Coshen, Adino Hale, Tfrfebdorti North 
Nurxointon, Cyptfan Webster, W. C. Abernethy 
Kent, Ma*, hew Elliott 

Neiv Hartford, William Cook, Thomas Lee 
*Veit>>Mi\ford, E. Board man, Ithamar Canfield 
Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, hlizur Manger 
^Plymouth t Calvin Butler 
fioxbury, Silas Minor 

Salisbury, Elishn Sterling, Jonathan Scoville 
tSharon, Oliver Kellogg, Samuel Rockwell 
Torrington, Llus6elC Abernethy, T. Grisvvold 
Warren, Judah 1£ldred 

Washington, Sami Leavitt, Dan'l N. Brinsmade 
Watertoxun, David Baldwin 
Winchester, Phineas Miner, Giles Russell 
Woodbury, Nathan Preston, (teUbcn Martin 
JvllDDLHiowN, Samuel Gill, Jofceb Stocking 
Chatham, Enoch Sage, -Nehemiah Gates 
jDwrham, Dan Parmeiee, W. G. Chauncey 
East tladdum, Josiah Barber, Chevers Br&inard 
Iladdam, Ezra Brainard, Timothy Chapman 
Kiltingworth, George Carter, -David -Kelsey 
Faylwcok, Samuel HtAit, Clark Nott 
Tolland, Jonathan Barnes,, Ephraim West 
Jtolion, Jonah blrickkmd 
Coventry, Nathaniel Ro<^ Daniel Burnun 
J'll.ingtoiu Asa Widey 
Jleoron, John S Peters, John Payne 
Soixcrc, Richard Pease, Oliver Chaphr, 2d. 
Stafford, Billings Grant, William Baton 
Union, lioberl Puul, foglesbv \Y . Crav, 'fori 
4 



50 

Vernon, Phinehas Talcott 

fVillington, Zebulon Crocker, R. W^ood worth, 

OCTOBER SESSION. 
Charles Denison, Esq. Speaker. 
Elisha Sterling, and Thomas S. Williams, Esq'rs. Clerks 
Hartford, Michael Olcott, Thos. S. Williams 
Berhny Phineas Johnson, Luther Beckiy 
Bristol, Enos Ives 
Burlington, Theodore Pettibone 
Canton, Ezra Adams, jr. 

East-Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Benj. Lyman 
East-Windsor, John Stouton, jr. Eli B. Haskell 
Enfield, Elam O Potter, William Dixon 
Farming-ton, Ozem Woodruff, George Cowles 
Glastenbury, Jonathan Welles, Jer. Stocking 
Granby, Joab Griffin, jr. James Forward 
Harthmd, Samuel Benjamin, Israel Williams 
Marlborough^ Joel i'oote 
Simsbury t James.Coruish, Wait Latimer, 
Southimlon, Roswell Moore, Roger Whittelsey 
Nuffield, Samuel Hastings, Andrew Denison 
Weihersfield, fczekiel P. Belden, Fred. Robbins 
Windsor, Oiiver Mather, Elisha N. Sill 
New-Haven^ Charles Denison, Seth P. Staples 
Bra?; ford, James Barker, Josiah J. Linsly 
Cheshire, Charles Shelton, Elias Gay lord 
Derby, Reuben Lum 
East Haven, James Thompson - 
Guilford, Nathaniel Griffin, Samuel Robinson, 
Itamdcn, Amasa Bradlev 
J\Jeriden, Stephen Bailey 
Jlliddlebury, Nathaniel Richardson 
I Milford, Elias Clark, William Feim 
North Havm t Jacob Bassett 
Oxford, Abiram Stodd&rd 
Stulhbury, Warren Mitchell 
WalHngferd} Nathaniel Adams, Eliakim HaH 
V/aterhury, Andrew Adams, Daniel Heel 
IVoleott, Ambrose Ives 
V, r oodbridge, Justus Thomas, Robert Clark 
.Nir/rLo^DON, Chrifit, ManwarrhjC;, J. P. Trot* 



51 

Norwich, Roger Huntington, Elisha Tracy 

Hozrah, Joshua Stark 

Colchester, John ]{. Watrous, John I sham, Jr. 

Franklin, HH Hartshorn 

Grisivold, James Lord 

Groton, Win Williams, Elisha Haley 

Lisbon, Levi Perkins 

Lyme, Eben. Brock way, Charles Smith 

JYlontviUe, William W. Haughton 

North Stoning ton, Chester Smith, Dan'l Packer 

Preston, Henry F. Lamb, Ebenezer Avery 

Stonington.. Enoch Burrows, Jesse Deane, 

Waterjbrd, Charles Avery, 

Fairfield, John Hull, David Hill 

Dunbury, Peter Ambler, John S. Blackraan 

JSroohfield, Daniel Tomlinson 

Greenwich, Isaac How, Enos LocK^ood 

Huntington, David Sherwood, W. Shelton 

•A ew-Canaan, Samuel St. John 

JSew Fairfield, Samuel T. Barnum 

JVewtown, John Stanford, Samuel Beers 

J\orwalk, Ben. Isaacs, Samuel B. Warrin 

Bedding, Samuel Whiting, Hezekiah Read, jr 

itidgefield, Timothy Keeier, William Hawley 

Sherman, Jedediah Graves 

Stamford, John Brown, jr, Isaac Lockwood, jr» 

Stratford, Joel Curtis, J. W. Beardsley 

Trumbull, Amos H. Wheeler 

Weston, Andrew Lyon, Simeon Fanton 

Wilton, Matthew Marvin 

Windham, Jona. Walcott, Zacch. Waldo 

slshfwrd, Nathan Howard, Thomas Dow 

Jtrocklyn, Benjamin Pierce 

Canterbury, Hufus Adams, David Butts 

Columbia, Benjamin Lyman 

Hampton, Ebehezer Griffin 

Willingly, John Mason, Ebenezer Young 

Lebanon, John Robinson, Eben Johnson 

jllanijield, John Salter, Frederick Fret man 

Pliiiufield, Philip Kinyon, Job Angell 

Pom/ret, Syivanus Backus, Lemuel Lo galls 

Sterling, DUou Hall 



7>2 

Thompson, Jona. Nichols, jr. Simon Davis, jrs 

Yolunto\0n % Daniel Kcigwm 

Woodstock* William Bo v. en, Judah Lyon 

Li TCHFIKI.D, William Bee be, Jonathan Buel 

Murkhumsted, Moses Hay den, Oliver Mills 

Jiethlem, Nathan Haw ley 

Canaan, Samuel Beckiey, jr. John Holabird 

Colebrook, Nathan Bass, Martin Rockwell 

ComtWiM). Oliver Hurnham, Philo Swift 

Goshen, Timothy Hale, Theodore North 

Harvtint<m,Wm. C. Ahemethy, Uriah Hopkins 

Kent, Joseph Skiff 

JSfew*-£[artfard, William Cook, Thomas Lee 

*.YeiU'Mitjord 9 Orange Merwin, William Tajlor 

Norfolk^ Nathaniel Stevens, Elizur Mungef 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler 

Hoxburif Asahel Bacon 

Salisbury, Elisha Sterling, J. Scovill 

Sharon, Cyrus Swan, Israel Camp 

Torrington, ItUssttl C. Abernathy, T. Griswold 

Warren, Homer Sacket 

Washington, Dan. B. Brinsmade, Sam. Leavitt 

JVaterto-wn, Da 1 , id Baldwin 

Winchester, Benj. Benedict, Nath B. Gay lord 

Woodoury, Daniel Bacon, Nathaniel Perry" 

Middletows, Elisha Coc,C Whittelsey 

Chatham, Enoch Sage, Nehemrah Gateg 

Durham, Charles Coe, W. G Chauncey 

JEast-Haddam, Eliphalet Holmes, Syl Chapmao 

Uaddam, James K. Child, Ezra Brainard 

KilUngworth, George Carter, David Kelsey 

Say brook, Samuel Hart, Clark Nott , 

Tolland, Eliphalet Young, Jonathan Barns 

Motion, Jonah St'ickland 

Coventry, Elisha Edgertco, Solomon Gilbert 

FJlvigtoiu Asa Witley 

Hebron, Daniel Burrows, John Pnine 

Vomers, Oliver Chapin, 2d, Oliver Collins 

Stafford, Elijah Johnson, Nathan Johnson 

Union, Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Nat. Newell \? f 

Vernon, Francis M'Lcaii 

'■rton, Reuben. Marcy, Daniel Gia'4er$ 



53 
NOMINATIONS. 



The jolfoivivrr persons -were chosen by the Freemen of this 

State in September I81O, to stand in Nomination for 

Assistants, to be chosen in April, 181 7. 

Votes, 

Hon. Aaron Austin 7768 

Hon. Jonathan Brace 8333 

Hon. ElizUr Goodrich 9258 

Hon. Matthew Griswokl 9219 

Iron. Henry Champion 8589 

Hon Frederick Wolcott 9242 

Hon. Roger M. Sherman 9377 

Hon, Samuel W Johnson 13i49 

Hon. Noah B. Benedict 9237 

Hon. William Perkins 9053 

Hon. Samuel B. Sherwood 921& 

Asa Chapman, esq. 12498 

Klias Perkins, esq. 9155 

Shubael Griswold esq. S6S9 

Nathaniel Terry, esq« 8408 

William T Williams, esq. 8 135 

Jacob U Gurley, esq. Sulfe 

Jonathan Barnes, esq. 8839 

Daniel Putnam, esq. 7952 

David Tomlinson, esq. 7686 

The ftlhiving persons had the nnmher of votes annexed to 
their names, viz, 

Hon. Asher Miller 759* 

Elijah iWardman, esq. 7G79 

WHIiam Bristol, esq. 7630 

Rufns Hitchcock, esq« 7510 

Enoch Burrows, esq. 7413 

James Lawman, esq. \ 304 

David Bolles, esq. 7 280 

John Morgan, esq. 7270 

John S. Peters, esq 6 725i 

Eli Todd, esq. 7244 

Koger Waldo, esq.- 7206 

Daniel Bacon, esq,, 7154 



54 

David Hill, esq. + 
William M. Betts, esq. 
Sylvester Wells, esq. 
Lemuel Whitman, esq. 
Calvin WHley, esq. 
Austin Olcott, esq. 



7lOS 
7098 
6988 
6973 
695-2 
6590 



The 
in 
ph 

Hon. 

Hon, 
Hon 
Hon 
Hon 
Hon 
Hon 



following persons were chosen in Jipril, ]8i6, to stand 
nomination for election as Representatives of the Pea- 
i of this State in the Congress oj the United States. 

VOTES. 

J.Davenport, jr. 3443 
i 3 Taltflaadge 



4732 
5065 
4775 
4759 



= )1 



T. Pitkin 

Jona Moseley 
. Lewis B. Sturges 
. Epaph. Champion 4763 

Lyman Law 5\27 

mq Smith,"esq. 5483 

mus Baekus, esq. 5335 



VOTES. 

5141 
5114 

5046 
4789 
4750 
4618 
4547 
3963 
Sylvester Gilbert, esq. 3525 



James Gould, esq. 
S. B. Sherwood, esq. 
Chas. Denison, esq. 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. 
Uriel Holmes, esq. 
E. Huntington, esq. 
T. S. "Williams, esq. 
Asa Bacon, jr. esq. 



Yotezjor Representatives in the fifteenth Congress of the 

United States* 
Tiraalhy Pitkin 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Lev/ is B St urges 
Epaph. Champion 
Lyman Law 
Sylvan us Backus 
Samuel B. Sherwood 



ELECTORS 

of President and Vice President, appointed by the Legisla* 
ture of Connecticut. 



6137 


Charles Denison 


6818 


4854 


Nathaniel Terry 


3078 


4375 


Uriel Holmes 


4667 


3913 


Kben'r. Huntington 


4647 


4453 


Thomas S. Williams 


4742 


9591 


Asa Bacon, jr. 


3781 


CS05 


SylvcstqflpHbcrt 


2974 



Jonathan Tnger90l 
Nathaniel Terry 
Seth P. Staples 
Jirah Tsham 
Samuel IV, Johnncn 



William Perkins 
Eiisha Sterling 
Elijah Hubbard 
Asa Willey, Esqs« 



55 
rUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENT 



JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon oZephaniah Swift, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Ion. J°hn TrumhuH j Hon. Simeon Baldwin 

William Edmond Calvin Goddard 

Nathaniel Smith Stephen T. flosmer 

Jeremiah G. Brainard | James Gould, eaters. 

Thomas Day, esq. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 

— -»»00— 

illotment of Judge* to (he Circuits from June, 1816, 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 

Eastern Circuit. — Judges Edmond, Braltard, and Gould. 
Middle Circuit.— Chief Justice Swift, and Judges Goddard, 

and Hosmer. 
Vestcm Circuit.— Judges Trumbull, Smith and Baldwin. 

WINTER SESSIONS, 

Zastarn Circuit.'— Chief Justice Swift, and Judges Brain- 
ard, and Goddard. 
Middle Circuit — Judges Trumbull, Hosmer and Gou'd. 
Vet tern Circuit*— Judges Edmond, Smith, and Baldwin* 



COUNTY OP-HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Hon, Jonathan Brace, Jud»e. 
Pliny Hillyer, John Mix, Samuel Woodruff, Tbomai 
Jay, esquires. 

,'homa« Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurers and Cicv*. of 
tl>e Superior Geart . 



50 • li 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. U 

Hartford— Jonathan Bull, William Moseley, TtfathanP 
Terry, Enoch Perkins, Rphraim Root, Andrew Kingsbuy 
John Caldwell, Amasa Keyes, Thomas Chester, Eli?ha Ccl j 
Jonathan W. Ed wards, John Morgan, Ichabod L Skmnrl 1 
Thomas S. Williams, Thomas Day, Walter Mitchell, Savt* 
ael Cowls, John M Gannett, Elisha Mix, Joseph Trumbu j 
Beth Terry, Shehlon W. Candee, enquires. 

Berlin-^ Amos Hosford, James North, Daniel Dunbar 
David Webster, Roger Norton, Ezra Scovill, David Whil 
tlesey, Ethan A. Andrews, esquires. 

Bristol — En os Ives, Bryan Booker, esquires. 

Burlington — Abraham Pettibone, Simeon Hart, Bli 
Hart, esquires. 

Cantoii— Ez> a Adam 3, Solomon Everest, Jaraea Hump! 
reys, Jasper Ridwel!, William Stone, esquires. 

East Hartford — George Griswold, Shubael GriswoW 
S?muel Pitkin, Timothy Hall, John Olds, Theodore Pitkic 
Alexander M'Lean, esquires. 

East-Windsor — Roswell Grant, Caleb Booth, Chas Jenks 
John Stoughton, j'r. Timothy Elsworth, Jonathan Bartlett 
Joel HoJfcins, Ncah Sadd, Eli B. Haskell, esquires. 

Enfield — Henry Terry, John Taylor, Elara O. Pottes 
William Dixon, esquires. 

Farming ton— John Treadwell, John Mix, Timothy Pit 
&!n, Roger Hooker, Ezekiel Cowles, Thomas S. Day, Gee 
Norton, Ezekiel Cowles, Horace Cowles, esquires. 

Glastenbury — Phillip SePew, Zephaniah H. Smith, Elish 
Hale, Pardon Brown, esquires. 

Granhy — Pliny Hfttver, Judah Hokomb, Andrew HilJye? 
.Hezekian Holcomb, Samuel Woodruff, Joseph Cornish, Na 
thanitl IVatt, Caleb Merrimah, Asa Haynes, esquires. 

Ht*,Vtlu!ftd~~ John Treat, Philander Humphreys, Abiathe 
Newton, Elijah Coe, Ephraim Selby Nathaniel Boswortfr 
esquires. 

Mu7\6orotig?p~~3.QQ] Foot, Israel Foot, Elisha Buell, es 
qiires 

Sj/H.sfa^y - Calvin Bather, Campbell Humphrey, Job 
Festor, William Mather, Timothy Goodwin, Benjami 
El) esq "ires. 

Seuthington— Roger Whittlesey, Hoawell Moor, Ichabe 
C Frisbie, esquire*, 



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Suffield— Asahcl Hatheway, Joseph Austin, John W* 
Hanchett, William Gay, Godfrey Scarborough, Oliver Pease* 
esquires. 

tVether afield— Stephen M Mitchell, Joseph Bulkley, 
John Williams, Ezekiel P. Belden, Martin Kellogg, jun. 
Frederick Robbins, esquires. 

Windsor— Oliver Mather, Isaae Owen, jr. Edward Selden, 
Elihu Mills, John Sargeant, Luther Fitch, Exra Hay den 
Menry L, Ellsworth, Abraham Gris wold, Daniel Gillett, es- 
quires, 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Enoch Perkins, Esq. State Attorney. 

Hartford— Williana Moseley, Enoch Perkins, Nathaniel 
Terry, Hezekiah Hantingron, John 'PrPeters, Jonathan \V. 
Edwards, Thomas S. Williams, Walter Mitchell, Thomas 
Huntington, jr. Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathaa 
Johnson, Jonathan Law, John M Gannett, Shelden W .Can- 
dee, Shubael F< Griswold, George Wyllys, Samuel Root, 
Noah A. Phelps, William W. Ellsworth, Elizur Goodrich, 
jun esquires. 

JJerh?i—Dan\c\ Dunbar, Ethan A. Andrews, esquires. 

Canton— James H. Smith, esq. 

East-ffarfford—R^yh R. Phelps, esq. 

East- 1\ In. dsor— Algernon S. Grant, Ebenezer Lane, esq's 

Enfield— Henry Terry, William Dixon, Lorrain T. Pease, 
esquires. 

Farmington— Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Alfred 
Cow!es, esquires. 

Glmtenbury — Zeph. H. Smith, George Merrick, esquires 

Granby — Thomas lioleomb, Grove Griswold, Silas Hig- 
ley, esquires. 

Sitnsfoiry— William Williston, Elisha Phelps, esquires. 

Soutfa?it?Con— Roger Whittlesey, Sam'i H. Woodruff, esq** 

Sujfefd—WWlfam Gay, Seih Parsons, Godfrey Scarbo- 
rough, esquires. 

Wtthwsfiekl—Kshev Robbins, Elijah Keach, esquires. 

Winder — John Sargeant, Joseph H. Russell, Henry L„ 
Ellsworth, esquires. 

Stephen Chester, e3q. Wetfiers/ieltl, Sheriff 

Deputy -She riffs — Titus \. Rissell, Horace Huntington, 
Hartford — Daniel ASbey, Knfieteb— Edhert Cowles, Farm" 
/fi^:o?:--J©sUua U. Jewett, Granby— J onathaa Pomeroy, 



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jun. SufieId-~FA\hvi Drake, Windsor — JeflTery O. Phelps, 
Simsbury— Chester Wells, East-Hartford — Jesse Charlton 
East-Windsor, 

Theodore IT il Iyer, Hartford, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN, 



COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Judge- 
John Kingsbury | Dyer white 
Nathaniel Griffing | Isaac Mills, esquires* 
Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer, 
John H Lynde, esq. Clerk. 
Dyer White, esq. Clerk of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

J\ % e-iO'Have7i~ Henry Daggett, James Hillhouse, David 
Daggett, Dyer White, "Isaac Mills, Nathan Smith, Elisha 
Munson, Charles Denison, JEneas Munsonjr: Stephen Twi- 
ning, Seth P. .Staples. Eleazer Foster, Tho's Painter, esq's, 

Branford — Orchard Gould, James Barker, Benjamia 
Page, Josiah J. Linsley, Eli Fowler, esquires. 

Cheshire — Barrage Beach, Thomas T. Cornwall, Rufus 
Hitchcock, Joseph Piatt, David Seeley, esquires. 

Derby — John Humphreys, Philo Basset, John L. ToraIift« 
son, John Humphreys, jr. Sheldon Curtiss, Ira Smith, esq's. 

East- Haven — Josiah Bradley, Enoa. Hemingway, Stephen 
Woodward, esquires. 

Guilford — Jonathan Todd, Henry Hill, Nathan Chidsey, 
Daniel Hand, jr Nathaniel Griffing, Samuel Fowler, Thom- 
as ft. l>ray, Joel^IVl linger, esquires. 

ilamden — John Hubbard, Eli Whitney, Elam Ives, esq's 

Meriden — Asaph Merriam, Jared Benham, Benajah An« 
drews, esqnires. 

Middle burv—1d<Av\i\ Thompson. Nath'l Richardson, esq's 

Milford—tlias Clark, Benjamin Bull, William Durand, 
Samuel B. Gunn, esquires. 

JVorth Haven— Joshua Barnes, Peter Eastman, Justus 
Bishop, esquires. 

Oxford— David Tomltoson, Abel Wheelsr, Charles Btm- 
nel, esquires 



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Southbury — Benjamin Stiles, Shadrach Osborne, fctmeon 
inman, Curtis Hinman, Burton Canfield, esquires. 
\WaUingford— Samuel Mall, Ephraim Cook, Aaron Hall, 
[eorge \V. Stanley, esquires. 

\fVaterbury — John Kingsbury, Frederick Hotchkiss, Tru- 
an Porter, Bennet Bronson, Titus Welton, Cyrus Clark, 
quires. 

Woodbridge — David French, Elihu Sanford, John Thorn- 
t Hezekiah Baldwin, Justus Thomas, esquires. 
Wolcott — Mark Harrison, Isaac Bronson, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Nathan Smith, esq State Attorney. 

Neiv Raven, — William Hillhouse, David Daggett, Na« 

an Smith, Isaac Mills, Jonathan E. Porter, Stephen Twu. 

ng, Seth P. Staples, William Bristol, Henry W. Edwards; 

iarles Denison, Eleazer Foster, Leonard ErWales, Ralph 

lngersoll, John Bench, Sonhos Staples, Roger S. Bald- 

n, Samuel J. Hitchcock, John Thomas, Dennis Kimber- 

, Henry C. Flagg, John D. Fowler, Rogt*' S. Skinner, 

q'lires. 

Cheshire— Burrage Beach, esquire. 

Derby— Shelton C. Curtis, John L. Tomlinson, asquires. 

Guilford — William Todd, esquire*. 

JHeriden— Bcnajah Andrews, esquire. 

Milford — Nathaniel Adams, esquire 

Qxjord — John P. Andrews, esquire. 

Southbury — Benjamin Stiles, Simeon Hinman, Curtia 

nman, esquires. 

Wallingford—Q eorge W. Stanley esquire. 

Waterbury — Cyrus Clark, Bennet Bronson, Samuel Fr» s . 

j, Legrand Bancroft, esquires. 

Nathaniel Rossiter, esq JVetv*Haven y Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Jssiah B. Morse, Ebenezer "Weed 1 
tenezer Fouler, New Haven — Francis French, Derby — 
edad Hotchkiss, Woodbridge — Elijah F Merrill, Water* 
77/— -Moses S. Beach, tVcdlingford — Stephen Jarvis 9 
heshire — Nathan Mitchell, Southbury. 

Benjamin U. Fowler, Neiv>Havzn % Gaokr. 



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COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Hon Elias Perkins, Judge. 
Hon. Matthew GriswoM, Hon Henry Champion, Nathasw 
lei Shipman, esq. Luther Spalding, esq. 

Hon. Matthew Griswold, Treasurer . 
Chnrles Lathrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Coort 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Neto- London — Elias Perkins, Lyman Law, Coddington! 
Billings, Ja«*ob 8. Gnrley, William P. Cleavefond, Jirahi 
Isham, Kbenezer Learned, David Coit, 1 fiaac Thompson, 
William F. Brained, Peter Richards, William Belcher, 
Jedediah Huntington, esquires. 

Jfor-ivich— Andrew Huntington. Andrew Perkins, Jamea 
Lai man, Ernst us Huntington. Nathaniel Shipman, Jaljcz] 
Hantlnpton, Luther Spalding, Simeon Thomas, Joseph Wiji 
1 tarns, James Stednun, Z ichariah Huntington, ftenjaraia; 
Snow, Charles P Huntington, George Perkins, e quires. 

Bozriih— Asa Woodworth, Asa Fitch, J Hough, Joshua 
* "Stark, esqu'res. 

Colchester — John T?ham. John R Watrous, Joel Wop- 
thington. linger Bulkley, A*a Higelow, Benjamin Trum- 
bull, Samuel A. Peters, A 3a Newton, Seth Lathrop, Aris- 
tarehus Champion, esquires. 

Frfmklm—$\h\* Hartshorn, Eleazer Tracy, Oliver John- 
son, Jacob Kingsbury, esquires. 

Gris-wold — Viexander Stewart, Charles Fanning, John 
Tyler, Elijah Lester, Nathaniel Coit, Elisha I. Abel, John 
B. Tyler, esquires. 

Groton — fibenezer Avery, jr. Ua'ph Harlbat, Chistopher 
Morgan, Eben'r Morgan, Johu O Miner, Daniel Eldredge, 
CMstopher Lester, \mos Gere, jr esquires. 

Lisbon — L~vi Perkins, William Adams, Freeman Tracy, 
esquires- 

Lyme — Moses Warren, Oa\ri;i Selden, Selden Warner, 
Richard Vl'Curdy, Seth Ely.jr William Noves, Seth Smith, 
Kemick Wait, Henry Perkins, Nathaniel Matson, Charle? 
-Griswo.'d, Joseph E. Ely, esquires, 



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Montvilfe — .Tared Comstock, David Turner .Jacob Loom?3 t 
ohn Smith, i2d Asahel Oils, Mumford Doibear, esquires 
North- Stonigton — Stephen Avery, Tho's Prentice, Hlias 
lewit, Nathan Pendleton, Thomas P. Hall, Sands Cole, 
m squires. 

Preston— Jeremiah Halsey, Solomon Giddings, Jonah 
Witter, Stephen Meech, Jared Gallup, Walter Palmer, esq's 

Stonington -William Williams, Isaac Williams, 2d. Wil- 
lam Randall, Park Williams, Joseph Smith, Wiliiarn Hob- 
ertson, William Lord, Joseph Noyes, 3d. Alexander G 
Smith, esquires. ° 

JVuterf or d— George Williams, Daniel H. Caulkins, Wil- 
liam Moore, 4th. esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

James Lanman, Esq State Attorney. 
New- London — Lyman Law, Coddington Biliings, Jacob 
B. Gurley, William P Cleaveland, Jirah Jshatu, Ebenezer 
Learned, William F. Brainard, LcdowicWosdick, esq'rs. 

Norwich — James Lanman, John Hyde, Joseph Williams, 
Tames tked man, George Perkins, George D. Hill, Koswcll 
Morgan, Henry Strong, esquires. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Sam 1 *! A. Peters, esq'rs 
Griswold— Samuel C Morgan, esq. 
Lyme — Henry .VI. Wait, Charles Griswold, esquires. 
Preston — Jeremiah Halsey, rllias Brown, esquires. 
Stoningion — George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smiih, esq*,. 
~\orth-Stonington — Benjamin Pomeroy, esq. 

Joshua Huntington, esq Norwich, Sheriff. 
I)efmty-S?ierifs--\lezek\&h Goddard, Ephraim Chese- 
brough, New London. Bela Peck, Shubael Breed, Nor* 
wich Solomon Scovtl, Colchester Erastus Selden, Lyme. 
David C. Smith, Stoningion. Jeremiah S Halsey, Present 
. Gaolers.— iiichard Stroud, New- London. James Miller, 
jyomvich* 



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COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, 



COUNTY COURT, 
-, Judge. 



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Joseph Silliman, Daniel B. Cooke, Ebenezer Davenpoj i 
Samuel Whiting, Henry Belden, esquires. 

Lewis B. Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 
David Buit, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield— Lewis B. Sturges, David Judab, Samuel Ro\| 
land, Ebenezer Banks, Israel Bibbins, Hull Bradley, E«j 
mund Burr, Aaron Sherwood, Eliphalet Swift, Gershoi) 
Burr, Amos Burr, esquires. 

Danbury— Daniel B. Cooke, Thomas Taylor, Matthe^ 
Whittlesey, Daniel N. Carrington, David Foot, Comfbr; 
Hoyt, Moses Hatch, Andrew Beers, Samuel Taylor, Benja 
rain Ho\t, jr. Alanson Hamlin, esquires. 

JJruokfield— lA\ei us Hawley, Colbe Chamberlain, Dame 
Tomlinson, John Northrop, Heman Birch, esquires. 

Gree?nvich — Ebenezer Mead, Gilbert Close, David Wood 
Jabez Mead, William Knapp, Elisha Belcher, Timotlr 
Walker, esquires. 

Huntington — Diodate Silliman, Abel Frenefc, Ebeneze 
Beardsley, Lemuel Judson, Elisha T. Mills, esquires. 

J\e'iV'Ccmaan— -Joseph Silliman, Isaac Richards, Eliphale 
St. Jolm. esquires. 

JVervFairfie/d — David Lane, Gideon Beardsley, esquires 

J\'ew(owii — Samuel C Blackmail, Asa Chapman, Z^eha 
riah Fen is, Timothy Sbeoard, Ebenezer Turner, John Cur 
tis, Benjamin F. Shtlton, esquirts. 

J\o)";cu!k — Jonathan Knight, Lewis Raymond, Henn 
Bebitn, Ham bus Marvin, Clark Bissel, William, St John 
Seth Taylor, esquires, 

JtcdJiiijr-^-W i!li;-m Heron, Lemuel Sanfcrd, Saniue 
Whiting Joj.aLhan R. Ssmforri, esquires 

Jjtiilgefield — Nathan Wraith, Samuel Stebbins, Job Smith 
Tiniotli) Keeler, JaVe^ Oloistead, Jacob Dauchy, Jesse S 
Bradley , e&quire*. 



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Stamford— "Reuben Sconeld, John Davenport, jun. Sumuel 
Webb,' Joseph Wood, esquires. 

Stratford — Jubez II. Tomlinson, * Joseph Backus, Victo- 
ry Wetmore, Elijah Uffoot, *Wil!aim Peet, * Lambert 
Lock wood, Charles M'Ewen, esquires. 

Sherman — Gamaliel B. Giddiugs, Levi Hubbell, Ger- 
k shorn Barlow, David Northrop, esquires. 

Trumbtdl — Lewis Burton, Stephen Middlebrook, Judson 
Curtiss, esquires. 

Weston — Jeremiah Rowland, Squire Adam3, Isaac Ben- 
net, esquires. 

Wilton— Mathew Marvin, Thaddeus Mead) Zadcck Ray- 
mond, Ezekiei Siurges, esquhes. 

; I -* At Bridgeport, 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Samuel B. .Sherwood, esq. State Attorney, 

Fairfield— Samuel B Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, Ro? er 
M. Sherman, Daniel Wakeman, Gideon Tomlinson, Eli- 
phalet Swift, esquires. 

Danbury — Matthew B, Whittelsey, Moses Hatch, Alan* 
son, Hamlin, esquires. 

firookfield — Henman Burch, esquire. 

Greenwich— Timothy Walker. Johnson, esquires. 

Huntington — Abiel K. Bottsford, esquire. 

JYetvtown — Asa Chapman, Samuel U. Blackman, Timo* 
thy Shepard, Benjamin F. Shelton, esquires. 

Norwalk— Clark Bissel, Thaddeus Bett3, esquires. 

Redding — Jeremiah Rowland, esquire 

Stamford— Simeon H. Minor, Joseph Wood, Charles 
II aw ley, esquires. 

Stratford- * Joseph Backus, Robert Fairchild, * William 
Benedict, Charles M'Ewen, "Charles Shepard, esquires. 

Trumbull— Xmos H. Wheeler, esq. 

Weston— Charles Winton, esq. 

Ebenezer Dimond, esq Fairfield Sheriff, 

Deputy Sheriffs- John G. Allen, Fairfield. Sanv.\el 

*Jiesidi?ig in the JJorovgh of Bridgeport* 



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Wildman, jr. Banbury. He run an Warn er, Nevjfrwn. 1 
vid Boalt, J\"or'ivatk. Aaron Morehouse, Redding. Jose|| 
Gray, Stamford'* John Thompson, Stratford. Ezra Grc 
ory, Bridgeport Ahiel Babbit, Huntington* 

Matthew Curtis, jr. Danbury, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OP WINDHAM. 

COUNTY COURT. 
Tab.eZ. Clark, Esq. Judge, 
/Hezekiah Ripley, Lemuel Inga.ls, James Gordon, ji 
Thaddeus Lamed, esquires. 

Hezekiah Ripley, Esq. Treasurer. 
Samuel Gray, e3q. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior Couri 



JUSTICES OF TT1£ PEACE. 

Windham — Jabez Clark, Ebeneier Devr,tioh 5 Hezekial 
Ripley. Samuel Gray, Samuel Perkins, Phillip Haywood 
David Young, Zebediah Tracey, Johw Fitch, enquires. 

Jhhford— ■William Wtlker, Benjamin Bos worth, Joe 
"Ward, Jo&ias Kyle?, Levi Work. Alva Si mm ops, esquires 

Brooklyn — Joseph Scarborough, John Parish, Roger W 
William's, Darius !Y|atthewsott, esquires. 

Canterbury — Daniel Frost, Luther Paine, Asa Butls ; 
Hufus Adams, Andrew T. Judson, Daniel Frost, jr. As* 
Burgess, Asahel Bacon, esquires. 

Columhu!. — James Pjnneo, Asahel Clark, jr. Samuel Blfes. 
Samuel Little, Silas Fuller, esquires. 

Hampton — Philq) Pearle, James Burnett, Ebeiicrcr Giif 
fiag, Joseph Premiss, esquires. 

Kilhngiy— Jamus Dnnielson, Ezra Hutchins, Joseph Ad< 
aros, Anthony Brown, Hobart Torrey, Klibha Howe, then 
ez«u- Yourr;, esquires. 

Lebanon — Peleg Thomas, Thaddeus Clark, WiNiam T 
Williams, Fdiphaltt AFetcalf, Charles Lathrop, Peiegl horn- 
as, jr. Asiihcl Dewey, esquires. 

Mansfield — Frederick Freeman, John Salter, Ba?zillaj 
tSwift, Koyal Storrs, Zalmon fitorrs, esquires. 

Plainfield— .lames Gordon, Joseph fcatbo, JohnDou^'as^ 
Jlohn Lester, James Gordon, jr evniires. 



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..Pomfret — Thomas Grosvenor, Lemuel Ingals, Ler/^o 
^feroavenor, Sylvanus, Backus, Johu Holbrook, John H. Pay- 
,rc iBon, esquires. 

Sterling — John Wylie, Dyer Ames, Richard Berlin gam?, 
Efffhry Siibln, esquires. 

Thompson — Thaddcus Larned, Noadiah Russell, George 
Larned, John Jacobs, jr. David H. Phipps, Simon Davis, jr, 
Jonathan Nichols, esquires. 

Volunto-d>n—k\\yn Campbell, James Alexander, John 
Wylie, esquires. 

Woodstock— John M'Clellan, John Fox, Nehemiah Child, 
Ebenezer Stoddard, Ransellaer Child, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Sylvanus Backus, esq. State Attorney. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, Philip Hayward, David 
Young;, John Baldwin, John Pitch, Jonathan A. Welch, Ira 
Case, esquires. 

Jlshford — William Perkins, David Bolles, esquires* 

JHrooklyn-— John Parish, Daniel Kies, esquites. 

Canterbury — Kufus Adams, Andrew T. Judson, Danie! 
Prost, jr. esquires. 

Columbia — Asahel Clark, jr. Joseph Clark, esquires. 

Hampton — Joseph Preiatis, esq. 

Kiilin Wy-^.Eb£nezer Young, esq. 

Zefraraof^—vVHliam T. Williams, esq* 

JMansJield — Ebenezer Porce, esq. 

Plainjicld— Joseph Eaton, Job Monroe* esquires. 

Pomfret — Sylvanus Backus, John Holbrook, Ebenezer 
Grosvenor, esquires. 

r riiompson — George Larned, Simon Davis, jr. esquires. 

Woodstock — John M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, esqrs. 
Henry Webb, esq. Windham Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Walter Hough, Canterbury, Johia 

Gallup, Brooklyn. Elisha Gleason, Pomfret. Hcib&arf! 

Jfrjttofi 9 Leb anon. Ebenezer Eaton, jr. Plain/if Id. Luther 

liuwson, Woodstock. Comfort Carpenter, AaJijord. 

Samuel DoiTan.ce, Windham, Gaoler, 

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COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD, 



CeiJNTY COURT, 

Augustus Pettibone, esq. Judge* 
Daniel N Brinsmade, esq. Uriel Holmes, Moses Ly*aats, 
jr. Oliver Burnhara, esquires. 

Abel Catlin, esq Treasurer. 

Hon. Frederick Wolcott, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior 

Court. 



JUSTICFS OF THE PEACE. 

JLitchfield — James Morris, Uriel Holmes, Seth Landon, 
Nathan Bassett, Roger N. Whittlesey, Aaron Smith, Asa 
Bacon, jr. Phineas Miner, Levi Catlin, Morris Woodruff, 
esquires. 

Barkhamsted — Moses Hayden, John Merrils, Luke 
Loomis, William Taylor, esquires. 

Bethlem— David Bellamy, Ebenezer Perkins, Billy Am* 
bier, George D. Casson, esquires. 

Canaan — John Elmore, Silas Franklin, John Holabird, 
Axariah Smith, William M. Burrall, Joshua Cornwall, es- 
quires. 

Calebrook — Elijah Rockwell, Reuben Rockwell, Seth 
Marshall, Nathan Bass, esquires. 

Corn-wall — Oliver Burnham, Benjamin Gold f Rufus Swift, 
John A Sedgnrck, esquires. 

Goshen — AdsnoHale, Moses Lyman, jr. William Stanley, 
Theodore North, esquires. 

Hanvington — James Brace, Lewis Catlin, Benjamin Gris- 
wold, Timothv Clark, esquires. 

Kent — Julius CasweJI, Matthew Elliot, Nathaniel P. Per- 
ry, Mills Bordwell, Hopson Pratt, esquires. 

New Hartford — Roger Mills, Chauncey Seymour, Wil- 
liam G. Williams, Asa Goodwin, esquires 

JVew Milford — Reuben Warner, Elisha B«stwick, Abi- 
j^fh Treat, David S. Board man, Nathaniel Taylor, Abel Aler* 
ivin, Ebenezer Smith, esquires. 

Norfolk — FJeazer Holt, Augustus Pettibone, Benjamia 
Welch, Joseph Battel!, Michael F. Mills, esquires. 

Plymonth— Daniel Potter, Lake Potter, Calvin Butler, 
esquires. 



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Roxbury— Elihu Canfieid, Phineas Smith, Silas Miner 
esquires. 

Salisbury — Samuel Lee, Elisha Sterling, Lot Narton, 
Martin Strong, John M. Holley, Eliphaiet Whittlesey, 
esquires. , 

Sharon — Daniel St. John, Calvin Gay, Samuel E. Everett, 

P liver Kellog, Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Samuel Rock- 
ell, Samuel R Gager, esquires. 
Torrington — Norman Grisweld, William Battel), Lyman 
Wetmore, Erastus Hodges, Russel C. Abernethy, esquires 
Warren — John Tallmadge, Ebenezer Tanner, Benjamin 
Carter, Judah Eldred, esquires. 

Washington — Daniel N Brinsmade, David Whittlesey 
William Cogswell, Elijah Hazen, Daniel B. Brinsmade,, 
esquires. 

Water town— Charles Merriman,John II De Forest, Hoi. 
brook Curtis,Garrit.Smith, Am. Baldwin, Dun'! Hi cox. esq's, 
Winchester — Eliphaz Alford, Samuel Ilurlhut, Solomon 
Rockwell, Joseph Miller, James Beebe. esquires. 

Woodbury— JohnStreng,jr. Matthew Miner, jr. esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Elisha Sterling, esq. State Attorney. 

Litchfield— Aaron Smith, Asa Bacon, jr. Phineas Miner, 
Seth P Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, esquires. 

Methlem— Joseph H. Bellamy, esq. 

Canaan-— John Elmore, William M. Burrall, Reuben 
Hunt, Leman Church, esquires. * 

Cornwall— George Wheaton, esq. 

Goshen — Theodore North, esq. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Henry Stoddard, esquires. 

New -Hart ford — Roger Mills, Win. G. Williams, esquires* 

NewMilj'ord— David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, Philo 
N. Heacock, esquTes 

Norfolk — Michael F. Mills, George B. Holt, esquires. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Stephen Shelton, esquires. 

Roxbury — Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth, esqrs. 

Salisbury- Elisha Sterling, Samuel Church, Philander 
Wheeler, John G Mitchell, esquires. 

Sharon-" Cyrus Swan^Ansel Sterling,Cha's R Brown,escf si 

Torrmgton— Joseph 1). Humphrey, esq, 

Washington*— William Cogswell) esq. 



WateHo'tCn— HolbrOofc Curtis, esq. 

IV inchest er — Joseph Miller, esq. 

Woodbury-. Noah R. Benedict "Matthew Miner, l c 
John Strong, jr. Charles B. Phelps, Nathaniel Perry, jc, 
esquires, 

John R. Landon, esq. Litchfield Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs.- -Samuel Comstock, J\'evj •-JMil ford* Mat* 
thew Gillet, J\eiv- Hartford Philo l)e Forest, Woodbury, 
J. Calhoun, Gormvull David Bird, Belhtem John N". 
Gunn, Washington. William P. Russell, Canaan. Hosea: 
Hinsdale, Winchester. Timothy Chittenden jr. Salisbury. 
Koger Cook, Litchfield, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, 



fcOlNTY COURT; 

Hon. Asher Miller, Judge. 
Eliphalet Holmes, William Morgan, Seth Overton, Lemu> 
el Storrs, esquires. 

Seth Overton, Esq. Treasurer. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Sup-erior Court. 

JUSTICES ©F THE PEACE 

Middletoii-n -Samuel W. D:\ua, Matlhew T. Russel, Ne- 
liemiah Hubbard, Ebenezer Sage, Lemuel Storrs, William 
Phimb, Isaac Gridley, John Pratt, Ebenezer Uoberts c 2d. E- 
lijah Hubbard, Eli Cue, Josiah Sage, Chauncey Whittelsey, 
Levi H. Clark, Samuel €Jfll, esquires. 

Huddam . Ezra Braioard, Stephen Tibbilis, Oliver Wells, 
Jonathan Huntington, jr lieuben It. Chapman, Linus Par- 
na-elee, jr. Timothy Chapman, esquires. 

Chatham... Daniel Shepard, Seth Overton, John Parme- 
lee, David Clark, William Dixon, Asahel H. Strong, Na- 
thaniel Corn well, Joseph Dart, esquires. 

Durham — Dan Parmelee, Charles Coe, Gurnsey Bate?, 
Job Merwin, Worthington G Chauncey, esquire3 

Kast-Haddam — Eliphalet Holmes, Jonathan O. Moseley, 
Ebenezer Holmes, John Brainard, Josiah Griffin, Israel 
Cone, William Cone, Sylvester Chapman, Isaac Chap man, 
esquires. 

JCiUrigvortk'-'jQz Wright. Abraham Pierson, Wil'Jia* 



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Morgan, Martin Lord, George Elliott, Dan Lane, Nathan 
Hull, Joel Griswold, Amaziah Bray, esquires. 

Saybrook — Jonathan Lay, Samuel Tulley, Thomas Silli- 
man, Samuel Hart, John Bull, Samuel Williams, John Stan- 
nard, Jonathan Warner, John Flatts, Clark Nattj Joseph 
Hill, George W. Jewelt, Eliaha Sill, Joseph Platts, Samuel 
Colt, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Matthew T. Russsell, esq. State Attorney. 

JWiddletoivn — Samuel W. Dana, Matthew T. Russell* 
Enoch Huntington, Elijah Hubbard, Chauncey Whittelsey, 
Levi H, Clark, Jonathan Barnes, jr. Major Andre An- 
drews, Minor Hotchkiss, esquires. 

Haddum — Linus Parmelee, jr. esq. 

Chatham — Asahel H. Strong, Abiel A. Loomis, esquires. 

East-Ifaddam — Jonathan O. Moseley, Jared Spencer, E- 
paphroditus Champion, jr. Nathan L. Foster, William Hun- 
gerford, Robert Russell, esquires. 

Killing-worth — Amaziah Bray, esq. 

Saybrook — George W, Jewett, Eli Warner, Joseph 
Platts, esquires. 

Enoch Parsons, esq, Middletown, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs-- Daniel Smith, Haddum. Chevers 
Brainard, Ebenezer Holmes, East-Haddam. Heman Star- 
jkey, Saybrook. Jeremiah Taylor, Chatham. John Butler, 
Durham. Jeremiah Hull, Killingworth. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Sylvester Gilbert esq. Judge. 

Oliver King, John Hall, Joel Jones, Saul Alvord, jun'r 

esquires. 

Eiisha Stearns, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior Court 

JUSTICES OF THE FEACE. 
Tolland-- -Jonatlian Barnes, Jahez Kingsbury, Elisha 
Steams, Solomon L. Fuller, jofcm Bliss, esquires* 



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JSolton— 5aul Alford, jr. Daniel Lord, Jndah Strong, Ich- 
abod M. Warner, esquires. 

Coventry"- Jesse Hoot, Daniel Bu map, Nathan Howard, 
Elisha Edgerlon, Joseph Taiicott, Nathan H. Rose, es- 
quires, 

£lli?igto?i~ John Hall, AsaWilley, Robert Hyde, esquires. 

Hebron— Silvester Gilbert. Joel Jone9, ElijahHouse,John 
H. Wells, Stewart Bebee, Payton R. Gilbert, Ralph R. 
Rollo, George Gillttt, esquires. 

So?ners~~ CaWin Pitkin, Giles Pease, Benjamin Phelps, 
esquires 

Stafford— Ebenezer Gay, Daniel Peck, Benning Mann, 
Calvin Edson, esqmres. 

Vernon— Offver King, Phineas Taiicott, Thomas W. Kel- 
logg, esquires. 

Union -Samuel Crawford, Abijah Sessions, William Fos- 
ter, esquires. 

IViUington^- r AQhu\on Crocker, Caleb Walker, Rodolphus 
Wood worth, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 

Tolland -Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Wiiley, Elisha Stearnt* 
Alfred Smith, esquires. 

Cove ntry— Jeremiah Parish, esq. 
J£llington--A$'& Wiiley esq. 
Hebron— Stuart Beebe, Ralph Gilbert, esquires. 
Somers- -Walter R Kibbe, Nathan Cooley, esquires. 
Stafford — Benning Mann, esq. 
/7'27&i§*ton.-Rodolphus Woodworth esq. 

George O. Gilbert, esq. Tolland Sheriff. 

Deputy Sfieriffs- -Ariel Ladd, Tolland. Aholiab Johnsoa> 
Stafford. Humphrey T. Fuller, Hebron. 

Ariel Ladd, Tolland, Gaslcr 






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COURTS OF PROBATE, 



Districts. 
Hartford Hon. 
New-Haven Hon* 
New-London Hon. 
Fairfield 
Windham 
Litchfield Hon. 
Middletowa Hon. 
Plain field 
Guilford 
Norfolk 
Woodbury 
Stamford 
Danbury 
East-Haddam 
Norwich 
Pomfret 
Sharon 
Stafford 
Simsbnry 
Stonington 
Farmington 
Wallingford 
Say brook 

Stratford Hon. 
East-Windsor 
Waterbury 
Norwalk 
New-Milford 
Hebron 
* Gran by 



Judges. Clerks, 

Jonathan Brace James Wells 
Elizur Goodrich John H. Lynde 
Matthew Griswold Ebenezer Learned 
Samuel Rowland Gershom Burr 
Hezekiah Ripley Samuel Gray 
iYed'k IVolcott J W". Huntington 
Asher Miller John Fisk 

Ilufus Adams Joseph Eaton 

Henry Hill William Todd 

Augustus Pettibone George B. Holt 
John Strong jr. Judson C.Blackmaa 
Joseph Wood Seymour Jarvis 

Daniel B. Cook>5 Moses Batch 
Isaac Spencer, 2d. Jared Spencer 
Nathaniel Shipman Henry Strong 
Lemuel Grosvenor EWiTr Grosvenor 
Elisha Sterling Fred'k A. Sterling 
Jonathan Barnes Elisha Stearnes 
Solomon Everest William Stone 
Ralph Huribut Alex.G. Smith 
John Mix Martin Bull 

G. W« Stanley Jr>3hua Atwater 

Jonathan Lay Dan Lane 

Sam'l W. Johnson Wnv A* fomlinson 



tlenry Terry 
John Kingsbury 
Clark Bissel 
D. S. Board man 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Pliny Hiliyer 



William Dixon 
Bennet Bronvm 
Fra. M. Belts 
W. TV. Board man 
Stmrt Beebe 
Pliny Y. Hiilyev 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford — Enoch Perkins 9 Hezekiah Huntington* fal- 
ter Mitchell, Johu M.Gannett, Eiizur Goodrich,jr. Joseph. 
Trumbull, 

Granby— Samuel Woodruff. 

JSew'Haven — Eli2ur Goodrich, Dyer White, John, H» 
Lynde, R I. Ingersoll, Leonard A. Daggett. 

Derby — John Humphreys, jun. Josiah Dudley. 
Giulford— William Todd. 

JMilford— David B Ingersoll. 
Wallingford— George W. Stanley. 

*Keuo- London ~Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, Williaiai 
F. Rrainard. 

Norwich— James Lanmanj James Stedraan, Joseph W&» 
liams, Henry Strong 

Colchester — Daniel Watrous. 

Stonington — Alexander i*. Smith. 

Lyme — William Noyes, Charles Griswold. 

Fairfield — Lewis B. Slurges. 

J) an h ury— Daniel B. Cooke. 

Hunting ton — Elisha T. Mil is. 

Stratjord — Victory Wetmore, 

.Bridgeport — Joseph Backus. 

J\ n orivalk — Eliphalet Lock wood. 

Win dham — € a m u el Per ki ns. 

Brooklyn -John Parish. 

Isebanon- -\\ illiam 1\ Williams. 

Woodstock- -J edu\k\h Morse, John M'Clellan. 

Litchfield -Frederick Wolcott. 

Salisbury ~. Ehsha Sterling. 

Woodbury~~5o\\n P Marshall. 

Middletown-. Stephen T Hosmer, Matthew T. RusseL 
Levi H Clarke, Chauncey Whittelsey. 

Haddam-* Linus Parme!ee,jun. 

Kiiling-ivorih— AiT.aziah Bray. 

Saybrook-'-Geaige W. Jewctt* 

BoUqu- -Daniel Lord. 



?3 
TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS, 

FOR 1816. 



Towns. 

As 1 1 ford 

Barkhempstead 

Berlin 

Bethlera 

Bolton 

Bozrah 

Bran ford 

Bristol 

Brookfield 

Burlington 

Brooklyn 

Canterbury 

Canaan 

Canton 

Chatham 

Cheshire 

Colebrook 

Colchester 

Columbia 

Cornwall 
Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby 

Durham 

East- Haven 

East-Hartford 

East-Haddam 

East- Windsor 

Ellingtan 

Enfield 

Farmington 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

Gran by 

Greenwich 

C; is wold 

Grotou 



Clerks. 
Josias Byles 
John Me rills 
Roger Riley 



Colkctors. 
William Walker,j?, 
George Merrills 
Ashbel Hookes 



Samuel Church, jr. Leveret! Judd 
Manton Hammond Noah Strong 
Asa Woodworth Elijah Huntington 



Orchard Gould 
Byran Hooker 
Daniel Hawley 
Simeon Hart 



Reuben Page 
Tracy Peck 
Ezra Osborne 
William Marks 



Zachariah Spalding Phineas Searls 
Daniel Frost F>enjamin Delop 

Joshua Cornwall Charles Hollabird 
James Humphrey Lansell Foot 
Zebulon Penfield Olmsted Gates 



Rufus Hitchcock 
Elijah Rockwell 
Daniel Watrous 
Samuel Little 
William Kellog 
Nathan Howard 
Elias Starr 



Silas-Hitchcock 
Henry Porter 
John C. Bulkley 
Elam Loomis 
Elias Hart 
Joseph Talcott,jr» 
Levi Starr 



John L. Tomlinson Andrew Johnson 
W G. Chauncey Lemuel Camp 



Bela Farnham. 

Samuel Pitkin 

Nathan L. Foster 

Aaron Bissell 

Robert Hvde 

Elam O Potter 

John Mix 

Samuel Rowland 

Eli Hartshorne 

John Hale 

Adino Hale 

Asa Haynes 

Hezekiah Tracey 

Wdliam Tucker, jr. James Tyler 

Amos A. Niles Stephea Haley 



Nathan Andrews 
John Buckland 
Chevers Brainerd 
Seleet-Men 
Wyllys Russell 
Lot Kill am 
Richard Cowlea 
Nathan Beers 
Alvan Abel 
Samuel Covell 
Jonathan North 
Nathaniel Pratt, jr« 
Samuel Brown 



Towns. 
Guilford 
Haraden 
Maddam 
Hampton 
Hartford 
Hartland 
Harwington 
Hebron 
Huntington 
Kent 

Killingworth 
Killingly 
Lebanon 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Ale rid en 
Middlebury 
Middletown 
Milford 
Montville 
New-Canaan 
New-Faiifield 
New- Hartford 
New-Haven 
New-London 
New -Milford 
Newtown 
North- Haven 
Norfolk 
Norwalk 
Norwich 
North -Stoningtcn 
Oxford 
Plainfield 
Plymouth 
Pomfret 
Pi eston 
Redding 
liidgefield 



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Clerks. Collectors. 

Samuel Fowler Stephen Stone 

Russell Pierpont Aaron F. Potter 
John Rrainard, 2d. Calvin Brainerd 

Wra. A. Brewster Luther 1) Leach 

Etisba Colt William Ely 

William Williams Israel Williams 



Elijah Gaylord 
John S. Peters 
Samuel Wheeler 
Lewis St. John 
Elisha Kelsey, jr. 
Luther Warren 



Uriah Hopkins 
Zenas Chappell 
David Wooster 
John R. Fuller 
David Wright 
John Mason 



Elisha Hutchinson Ebenezer Spaficrd 
Jcdediah Burnham Nathan Brocks 
Moses Seymour Samuel Wright 
Nathaniel Matson Stephen Lay 



John Salter 
David B. Ripley 
Isaac Lewis 
L. Townsend 
John Fisk 
Samuel Higley 
Azel Rogers 
Samuel St. John 



Simeon Woodwcrth 
Elijah fort 
Samuel Yale 
Mark Stone 
Hezekiah Rice 
Samuel Downs 
George Allen 
Enos Weed 



Samuel T.Barnum Jabez Tread well 



Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Muuson 
David Coit 
Elisha Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Aurin Roys 
Benjamin Isaacs 



Norman Merrill/id , 
John Skinner 
Nathan Raymond 
Walter Booth 
Rhesa Foot 
John Gill 
Thomas Curtis 
John Cannon 



Philip Huntington Augustus Lathrop 
Stephen Avery Stephen Wheeler 



Hosea Dutton 
Squire Cady 
Calvin Butler 
T. M Grosvenor 
John Morgan, jr. 



7/ervev Osborn 
Betijamin Andrus 
Aaron Fenn, jr. 
Sim, S Parkhurst 
John T. Mott 



Jonathan it Faufordttenjarain Meeker 
Samuel Stebbins Bradley Hull 



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" Clerks. 
Elihu Canfield 
Asallutchinson 
Clark Nott 
Israel Camp 
David Northrop 
Jabez Collins 
Lucas Curtis 
John Moseley 
Samuel Blodget 
Samuel Hoyt 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Dcane 
Elijah U:i*,ot 
Oliver Pease 
Benjamin Ely 
John Nichols, jr. 
Luther Eaton 
John Gillett 
Eliakim Beach 
Robert Law son 

Lebbeus P. Tinker Thos. W. Kellogg 
James Alexander Samuel Hobbins 
Hunn M un son Dicker man Kail 

George Starr John Taylor 

D. B. Brinsmade John N. Gunn 
John Kingsbury Luther Gibbard 
Caleb Raymond William Stuart 
Aner Bradley T. Baldwin, jr. 

Nathan Bennett 
Ezekiel P. Belden, Samuel Gal pin 
Zebulon Cro-aker Daniel Glazier 
Samuel Belden, jr, 
Hezekiah Ripley 



Cof'ectors. 
Ely Booth 
Asahel Humphrey 
Augustus Chalker 
Amos Beecher 
Vv r illiam Pap;c 
*#mariah Kibbe, jr. 
Alphin Clark 
Richard Smith 
Cyril Johnson 
Isaac Bishop 
Caleb Thayer 
Z. Cheesebro' 3d. 
David B Brooks 
Jonathan Pomeroy 
James Cornish 
James Bates 
Stephen Griggs 
Uri Whiting*' 
Daniel Walkee 
Sam'l Crawtbrd,ji\ 



Elisha N. Sill 
Eliphaz \Ivord 
Justus Thomas 
, Nathan Preston 
John For, 
Archibald Miner 
The foregoing list is Taken from the returns oj the Town 
Clerks, made to the State Treasury in May,'l8iQ, with 
which it has been carefully compared. 



S. Comstock, 2d, 
Gurdon Tracy 
Eli Taintor 
Daniel Phelps, jr. 
Sheldon HoUhkisi 
David Brothwell 
Dariu3 Barlow 
Moses Pond, jr. 






SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT, 

&eorge Gillet, Esq Hebron, Tolland County, Survey^ 
General. 

DEPVTY SURVEYORS. 

County of B r artford--V\ illiam 0?m?tead,- of East-Hartford,- 
County of JSleiv //ut'erc— Moses Beech, of M allingford. 
County of 'New London— 'Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
County of Fairfield- -Joseph Mos9 White, ofDanbury* 
County if H indham—Lem\\e\ Ingals, of Pomfret. 
County of LitchJ *W J— William M. Burrall of Canaan. 
County of Middlesex— Dan Lane, of Killingworth. 

Tiff ^^" !M ^^- ' 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY, 



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OFFICERS AND FFLXOWS 

i)f the Connecticut Medical Society in Convention^ Oct l s 
1816. 
Masow F- Cogswell, m d President. 
Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Vice President. 
Joseph Foot, M. d. Secretary 
Doctor Thomas Miner, Treasurer. 

TELLOWS FROM THE SEVERAL COUNTIES. 

Hartford Co nnty — Solomon Everest, m. d. Simeon Fields 
John Bestor, m.d- Nathan Strong* Dwt 11 Morgan. 
. New- Haven County.-— Joseph Foot, m d. Anson Foot, 
Pearl C'rafts > Jonathan Knight, Timothy P. Beers. 

New-London County.— Avery Downer, Elisha North, m.tj. 
John O. Miner, m.d. Vine Utley. 

Fairfield County — Gideon Beard si ey, Daniel Comstock, 
William Shelton, Nathan Tisdale, Isaac Jennings. 

Windham Cowity.— Thomas Hubbard, m.d- Kufus John- 
son, Joseph Palmer, Darius Hutchins, William A. Brew- 
ster 

Litchfield County. — Nathaniel Perry, Jesse Carrington, 
M.d Warren R. Fowler, Elijah Lyman. Jehiel Williams. 

Middlesex County.*- Samuel Carter, Thomas Minor, 
William Tuliey 

Tolland Coiintv. --John J '. Peters, Daniel Peck, Eleaze* 
Hunt. 



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CLEKK3 OF THE SEVEIiAL COUNTflb. 

martford County,-* Nathan Strong, jr. of Hartford. 
New Haven County.— Jonathan Knight, of New-Haven 5 . 
New-London County* — Dyer T. Bramaid, of N. London. 
Fairfield Con ty —Nathan J. Bennett, of Weston 
Windham County.-- William \. Brewster, of Hampton. 
JJtchfield CWify.—Conant Catlin, of tfethlem. 
Middlesex Co unty.- -Sylvester Uulkley, of Haddam. 
Tolland County.--- John J. Peters, of Uebron. 

Yoted> That Drs. Mason F. Cogswell, Thomas Hubbard* 
Jathan Strong, jr. anil Wm, Tulley, be appointed a staud- 
ng Committee, for the purpose of nominating Professors. 

Voted, That Drs Thomas Hubbard, Thomas Miner, and 
oseph Foot, be appointed a committee of Examination. 

Voted, That Dr. YVilliam Tulley be appointed to write a 
lissertation on the destructive effects of ardent spirits, and 
'ead the same to the ne\t convention. 

Voted, That Drs. William Tulley, and Thomas Miner,be 
i committee to receive information and facts relative to the 
ending of medicine, by ignorant apothecaries and druggists; 
nd that it be the duty of the several members of this so- 
ciety, to communicate all such facts to said committee, as 
nay come within their knowledge. 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, 

PRACTISING IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

^T Nearly all Physicians practice Surgery in some cases ; 
but those only are classed here under the head o/" 4 bur- 
geons,'' whose practice is cmfined to that department* 
From this general observation, however, must be exemp* 
ted a few instances, where the names of persons equally 
eminent in both departments, are arranged under both, 
heads; 

COUNTY OF HARTFOED. 
Hartford Barwick Bruce, Charles Mother, Mason F 
CpgsweH, MT> Sylvester W T e!ls, m.d. Leo-nut i Bacon, Juduli 
Sfia*, Jonathan H. Snarhawk, m,d Naiha'u Siong, jr. 



Berlin. Adna Stanley, John Andrews, Josiah M. Ward, 
Samuel Hart, 2d. David Carpenter, William M. Hand/ 

Bristol Titus Mcrriman, Miles C. Francis. 

Burlington. Perez Mann, Aaron Hitchcoek, Samuel 
Brown son. 

Canton. Solomon Everest, m.d. William Everitt, Ben- 
jamin Weed, jr. 

East- Hartford. Georger'Griswold, Timothy Hall, m.d. 
David Bemys. 

East-Windsor. Elihu. Tudor, Daniel Porter, Elijah F. 
Reed, Henry A. Porter. 

Enfield. Simeon Field. 

Farmingtort. Eli Todd, m.d Asahel Yale, John A. Harf 

Glastenbury. Asaph Coleman, Norman Lyman, Ralph 
Carter. 

Granby. Eliphalet Buck, Gideon Case, Marcus Potter, 
Daniel iyenjamin, Joseph F. Jewett, Silas Meaehum. 

Uartland Philander Humphrey, Nathaniel Boswarifc, 

Marlborough- Daniel Smith. 

Simsbury. John Bestor, m d. 

Southington. Josiah Root, Mark N ewelJ, Timothy Joaes, 
Horace Ames. 

Svffield. Howard Alden, Oliver Pease, John W. Hanch- 
ett. 

Wethersjield. Daniel Fuller, Samuel B. Woodward, Ar- 
chibald Hull, Ashbel liobinson. 

Windsor, Hezekiah Chaffee, Christopher TVolcott, AbeS 
Simmons, Gecrge Pratt, James E. Hart. 

8URGEONS. 

Hartjord. Mason F Cogswell, m.d. Dwell Morgan, 
Canton. Solomon Everest, m.d. 
East-Hartford. Timothy Hall m.d. 



COTNTY OF NEW-HAVEN 

New- Haven. Eneas Munson, m d Levi Ives, m d Na- 
than Sm»»h, m d Obadiah Hotchkiss, Elijah Munson, Eli 
Ives, M.D.James Gilbert, Jonathan Knight, Timothy P« 
Beers - 

Branford. Jared Foot, Reuben Linsley, Orchard Gould, 
Heman P. Brooks, Lyman Parker 

Cheshire. Thomas T. Cornwall, Charles Shelton, Wil-' 
liara L, Foot. 



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Derby. Edward Crafts, Liberty Khnberly, Pearl Crafts 

East-Haven, Bela Farnham. 

Guilford. Jonathan Todd, u. d. David S. Brooks, Jared 

edfield, Anson Fooie, Samuel Fitch, Abraham Blatchley. 

Hamclen. Return E. Jones, Chauncey Andrews. 

Meriden. Isaac I. Hough. 

Middlebury. Stephen S. Hawley. 

Mil ford. Caleb Austin, Joha Carrington, A^dreir 

rench. 

North- Haven, Joseph Foot. m. d. 

Oxford. Hosea Button, Abiram Stoddard, Noah Stone, 
Southbury. Anthony Burrilt, Herman M. Clark. 

Waterbury. Joseph Porter, Edward Field, Nimrod Hull, 
ohn B Johnson. 

WuUingford. John Andrews, Jared P. Kirlland. 

Woodbridge. Jehiel Castel, Isaac Goodsell. 

Wolcott. John Potter, Ambrose I?es. 
SURGEONS. 

New-Haven. Nathan Smith, m. d. Jonathan Knight 

Derby. Silas Baldwin. 

Walhngford, Meses Gay lord. 

Waterbury. Jesse Porter. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 
JV ev* London, Thomas Coit, Samuel H. P. Lee, Elisha 
forth, m. d. Archibald Mercer, Samuel Hunting, Dyev 
roop Brainard, Nathaniel S. Perkins. 

J\ orwich. Philemon Tracy, George Tisdale, John Tur- 
er, Thomas B. Buswell, Richard P. Tracy. 
Bozrah. John Scott, Charles Smith. 

Colchester. John R. Watrous, m, D.Howell Rogers, Eli- 
ih Butts, Ezekiel W Parsons. 

Franklin. Benjamin Ellis, Elijah Hartshorn, Reuben 
urgess. 

Groton. John O. Miner, m. d. John Smith. 

Grisrvold- Eleazer B. Downing, Lucius Tyler. 

Lisbon. Jedediah Burnham, Jeptha Hebbard. 

Lyme. Samuel Mather, m d Phineas Hyde, Vine lit* 
y, John L. Smith, John C M, Brockway, Sylvester Woos* 
if f Marvin Smith, Richard Noyes. 

Alontville. Seth W. Holmes, Ephrairo Fellow*, Benja- 
min F. Stoddard, 



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'North Sionington, Thomas T. Wells. 

Preston- Avery Downer, Benjamin Harris, Georgl 
Downer, Dan King. 

Stonington. William Lord, William Robinson, — 
Baily. 

IVaterford. James Rogers. 

SURGEONS, 

•A'ew London. Elisha North, m. p. 

Norwich^ John Turner. 

Colchester. John R. Watrons, m. d. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 
Fairfield^ Rosea Hurlbut, M. d. David Hall, David Ricli* 
mond, Wiliiam B. Nash. 

Banbury, Daniel Comstock, jr. Noah Linsley, Samuel 
Banks, Ansel Hoyt, Jabez Stam\ 

Brookfield Eli Perry, Noah A. Lacey. 
Greenwich. Clark Sanibrd, Shadrach Mead, Darius 
Mead, felisha It Belcher. 

Huntington. VVilliam Shelton, Gideon BeardsleS, Charles 
Beards! ey 
New. Canaan. Joseph Silliman, Samuel 3. Noyes. 
J\ m ew-F airfield. Isaac Knapp. 

JVewiown, Bennet Peny, Gideon Shepard, M t d. Oliver 
Bancroft, iienjamin Curjtiss, jr> John Judson. 

'JSorwalhm Phineas Miller, Jonathan Knight, Richard S„ 
Bryan. 4 

Sherman. v «Iohn Orton. 

Redding. Thomas Davis, John Tomlinson, Joseph Odell„ 
Aaron Lyon. 

Hidqefield, David Perry, Amos Baker, Nchemiah Per- 
ry, Philo Hall. 

Stamford, Samuel Webb Nathaniel Hubbard, John Au- 
gur, Warren Pereival, Thomas Close. 

Stratford. *Jamea E. Beach, Charles Tomlinson, *Na- 
than T'isdaie, William T. Shelton 

Trumbull Stephen Middlebrook, Elijah Middlebrookp 
M..i). Isaac Jennings. 

H'eston. Gabriel Baldwin, Uriah Parrock, Nathan JJ 
Bennett. 

Hilton. Abraham Chichester, D^vid Wiilard. 

* At Bridgeport. 



t\ 

SURGEONS. 

Fairfield. David Richmond. 
Greenwich. Elisha Belcher. 
J\eivtown* Ben net Perry. 
Stratford, Nathan Tisdale. 
Trumbull. Elijah Middlebrook, M. B. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

J¥indham.---Ghvistoi>her S. Avery, David Currier, Chea- 
ter Huntj Luther Manning. 

Ashford.— Joseph Palmer, m.b. Andrew Huntington, Jo- 
seph Palmer, jr. 

Brooklyn. — Ebenezer Baker, Waldo Hutchins. 

Canterbury. *»R\\f\is Johnson, Elijah Baldwin. 

Columbia.- Silas Fuller. 

Hampton .-"John Brewster, Jacob Hovey, Charles Moul- 
on. WiKiam A Brewster. 

jtilUngly..'-'Pejiue\ Hutchins, Robert Grosvenor. 
s Lebanon— Thaddeus Clark, Erastus Osgood, Daniel 
Hutchinson, Ezekiel Skinner. 

Maiutfield.-'J&hez Adams, Roger Waldo, Isaac Hovey, 
Earl Swift. 

Plairifield.S'isih. Fuller, Jared Fuller, Rowland Green, 
Mowry Burgess. 

Pom/ret. -Thomas Hubbard, m.d« Darius Hutchins, Ben- 
jamin Hubbard. 

{Sterling. •.-Thomas Backus, John Patridge, Oliver Hulett. 

'l'hompson.- James Webb. 

Yolunto -wn. —Allen Campbell, Daniel Campbell, ilervey 
Campbell. 

Woodstock. — Ebenezer Bishop, Amasa Carrol, Joseph 
Segrave, Thoma* Morse, Daniel Lyman, Amoa Carrol. 

surgeons. 

Miford- -Joseph Palmer, jr. 
Canterbury. — Andrew Harris. 
Jbebanon^ — Benoni Sweet. 
Mansfield —Roger W aldo. 
Plain field— Jared Fuller. 
Pomfret —Thomas Hubbard, M.» e 
/Vcrotfciror&.—itaiiiel Lyman. 
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COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

Litchfield. — Daniel Sheldon, Joseph Parker, Win. BueJ, 
Abel Catlin, 2d. Patridge Parsons, Keubcn S. Woodward, 
Samuel Buel, Jplvn M. West. 

Harkhempstead — Amos Beecher. 

Jlethlem. — Conant Catlin. 

Canaan. — Joshua Cornwell, Ovid Plumb. 

Colebrook. — Jesse Carrington, m d. Lancelot Phelps. 

Cornwall.— rJoseph North, John Calhoun. 

Goshen. — Erastus L. Hart, William Marsh. 

Har-wington. — Timothy Clark, Roswell Abernethy. 

Kent. — John Raymond, Wells Beardsley, Stephen Ben- 
nett. 

New- Hartford — Andrew x \bernethy. 

J\'ewMi(ford. — Ebenezer Smith, Jehiel Williams, Israel 
Graves, Reuben Warner, jr. William H. Taylor. 

Norfolk. — Benjamin YVelch. 

Plymouth — Ozias Warner, Gideon. Woodruff, David War* 
ner. 

Tloxbury— Josiah R. Eastman, Alston Leavenworth. 

Salisbury — William Walton, James It. Dodge, Asahel 
Humphrey, Perry Pratt. 

Sharon. — Samuel Rockwell, John W. Smith, John Sears, 
Curtis I. Hurd, Elmore Everitt. 

Torrington. — Samuel Woodward, m. d. Elijah Lyman, 
Ejastus Baneraft. 

Warren. — Aaron Coleman. 

Washington.-- Warren R. Fowler, Ira V. Bronson. 

iVatertoxvn. — Samuel Elton, Anson Tuttle. 

Wi '.ft»» )ester.— Truruan S. Wetmore, Luman Wakefield. 

Woodbury. — Nathaniel Perry, H« D. Henry T. Grtoa, 
David Orton. 

SURGEONS, 

latch/iehb—'Rohert Catlin, 

Sharon. — Samuel R, Gager. 

H oo dbuvy.— Nathaniel Perrv, m d. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

JMiddletown. — John Osborn, Ebenezer Tiapy, Isaac 
Conckling, Thomas Miner, jr. William Tully. 

JIaddam. — Sylvester Bulkiey, Jes«e Wright. 

Chatham— John Richmond, laaac $mitki jr. Dan.1 Bo 
HoUister. 



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Durham— William S. Pierson. 

East- Had flam. — Augustus Mather, Jonah Cone, 2d Jes- 
se iVigelow, David Johnson, Asa M, Holt. 

KilUngivorth.— Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hill, Rufus Tur- 
ner. 

Saybreok. — Elisha Mather, Samuel Carter, Ebenezer 
Cone, Gideon A.Dickinson, Andrew Warner. 
SURGEONS. 

Middletotvn* — Ebenezer Tracy. 



COUNTY OP TOLLAND. 

Tolland. — Benjamin Potwine, Abijah Ladd, jr. Gurdon 
Thompson. 

Bolton — lehabod Warner, Eleazer M'Kray. 
Coventry. — Nathan Howard, Eleazer Hunt, Daniel Ave- 
ry, -■■ - Burnham. 
Ellington Allyn Hyde. 

Hebron, — John S. Peters, John Payne, Gaylord Wells, 
Samuel Simonds. 

Somers. — John Wood, Horatio A. Hamilton, Chr ^es W. 
Kibbe. tnefft. 

Stafford.— Daniel Peck, Josiah Converse, John GV&& 
Vernon. — Scottoway Hinkley, 
Union. — Shubael Hammond* 
WilUvgton. — Chester Carpenter. 
SURGEONS, 
Bolton — Jabez L.White. 
Hebron— John S. Peters. 
Svmera — Horatio A. Hamiltoa. 



SOCIETY OP FREE MASONS. 

OFFICERS OF KNIGHT TEMPLAR'S ENCAMPMENT, 



, Captain General. 



James Ward, 1st Captain. 
David Deming, 2d Captain. 
Ebenezer Perkins, Marshal. 
John R. Watrous, Secretary* 
Asa Billow, Treasurer, 



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GRAND CHAPTER OF CONNECTICUT. 
The following Companions were elected to the offices re$« 
pectively annexed to their names for the year ensuing^ the 
third Tuesday of May, Anno it. A. M. 3816 .♦ — viz. 
M. E. John R. Watrous, g. h p. 
E. John M Gannett, d g. H-t P. 
John H, Lynde, g. k. 
Laban Smith, G. s. 
Levi H. Clark, g. Secretary. 
Henry Champion, g. Treasurer, 
lioger Seaile, g Chaplin. 
Samuel Green, G. Marshal. 
Samuel Bailey, G.Centinel. 
Tfce Grand Convocations are holden semi annually, a£ 
Hartford on the third Tuesday of May, and at New-Ha- 
ven on the third Tuesday of October, in each year, 

The Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Grand Hoy at 
Arch Chapter, are as follows —viz. 



Hiram Chapter, No. 1. New- 


Trinity Chapter, 


No. 


9- 


town- 


Windham. 




• 


FrauMjn Chapter, No. 2. 


Fidelity Chapter, 


No. 


10 


K&J'^iaven. 


Woodbury. 






Soils Jbn's Chapter, N. 3 


Rittenhouse Chapter, No 


u< 


Derby. 


Stamford. 






Franklin Chapter, No. 4 


Warren Chapter, 


No. 


If. 


Norwich. 


Pom fret. 






Yandenbroek Chapter, No.5. 


Jerusalem Chapter, 


No. 


13. 


Colchester. 


Stratford. 






tVashiwgton Chapter, No. 6. 


Hamilton Chapter, 


No 


1 4. 


Middletown. 


Kent. 






"Union Chapter, No. 7. New- 


Meridian Chapter, 


No. 


15. 


London. 


Canaan. 






Lynch Chapter, No. 8. Red- 


Darius Chapter, 


No. 


16. 


ding and Weston. 


Litchfield. 






— 00 


M— « 






OFFICERS OF THE GRAND 


LODGE 0FC02CNE 


CTICl 


JT« 



M. W. Solomon Cowles, g. m. 
K. W. Aaron Smith, d< g. m. 

W, James Ward, s. g. w. 
W. John H. Lynde, j. g. vf 



%5 

\V. Henry Champion, G. x. 
W. John Mix, G. s. 
\V. Levi H. Clarke, s. G« ». 
W. James Uabcock, j. g. d. 
Rev Roger Searle, G. Chaplain. 

MASTER LODGES IN CONNECTICUT. 



No. 1. Buuam, New-Haven 

2. St. John's, Middletown 

3. St. John's, Bridgeport 

4. St. John's, Hartford 
5 Union, Greenwich 

6. St. John's, Norwatk 

7. King Solomon's, Wood- 

bury 

5. St. John's, Stratford 

9. Compass, Wal lingford 

10. Wooster, Colchester 

11. St. Paul's, Litchfield 
12 King Hiram, Derby 

13. Montgomery, Salisbury 
l4» Frederick, rarmingtou 
15» Moriah, Canterbury 

16. Temple, Cheshire 

17. Federal, Watertown 

18. Hiram, Newtown 

19. Washington, Hunting- 

ton. 
SO. Harmony, Berlin 
21. St. Peter's, N. Milford 
2*2. Hart's, Woodbridge 
23- St James', Preston 

24. Uriel Mansfield 

25. Columbia, Stepney 
2i». Columbia, E, Haddam 

27. Rising Sun, Washington 

28. Morning Star, Kast- 



29. Village, New-Hartford 

30. Day Spring, Hamden 
3L Union, New-London 
32 Meridian Sun, Warren 

33. Friendship, Southing- 

ton 

34. Somerset, Norwich 

35. Aurora, Harwington 

36. St. Mark's, Granby 

37. Weston Star, Nor to Ik 

38. St. Alban's, Guilford 

39. Ark, Weston 

40. Union, Danbury 

41. Federal, Brookfield 

42. Harmony, Waterbury 

43. Trinity, Kiilingworth 

44. Eastern Star, Lebanon 

and Windham 

45. Pythagoras, Lyme 

46. Putnam, Pomfret 

47. Morning Star, Oxford 

48. St. Luke, Kent 

49- Jerusalem, Ridgefield 

50. Warren, Andover 

51. Warren, Chester 

52. Mount OUve 

53. Widow's Son, North- 

Slonington . 

54. Hamilton, Sharon. 



Windsor 

Grand communication to be made at Hartford in Majj 
and^t New-Haven in October annually. 



36 

At a septennial meeting of the Genera] Grand Chap- 
ter of Royal Arch Masons, for the United States of A" 
merica, held in the city of New-York, on the f»th of June, 
1816, at which were present representatives from the Grand 
Chapters of the States of Vermont. Massachusetts, Rhode- 
Island, Connecticut, New-York, Maryland and S. Carolina, 
the following gentlemen were duly elected and installed in- 
to the offices affixed to their respective names:— 

The Hon. He Witt Clinton, of New-Fork, g. g. H. p. 

Thomas S, Webb, esq. of Mass. n. G. g. e p. 

J >>hn H. Lynde, esq. of Connecticut, G g. U. 

Philip P. Eckel, esq of Maryland, g g. s. 

John Abbott, esq of Massachusetts, g g s. 

Peter Grimneil, esq of R. Island, g. g t. 

Rev. Jonathan Nye, of Vermont, G. G c. 

John Harris, esq. of N. Hampshire, G. q. *&. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 



CGUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



Hartford 

Uev. Nathan Strong, d.d. 
Ahe! Flint 

Nathan Perkins, d d. 
Philander Chase E 

FJisha Cushman 15 

Berlin. 

Besom TJp«on ) 
Royal Fiohhins S 
John Smalley, n d I 
Newton Skinner \ 
Samuel Goodrich 
Plurality E 

Enoch Green, B 

&rht*l— Jonathan. Gone 

Daniel Wildman P 

JiurHngfon—J ou*. Miller 
Vacant 8 

Canton— Jeremiah Hallock 



J a red Mills B 

East- Hartford 

Joy H. FairchiUl 

Elisha Cooke 

Eliada Biakesley B 

East. Windsor 

David M'Ciare, d d ? 

Thomas Rohhins \ 

Shubael Bartlett 

Nathaniel Husc E 

Enfield — Francis L. Robbing 

Vacant AC 

Buckley Waters tt 

Farmington — Noah Porter 

Kufus Hawley 
Glasttnbi,r.y — P. Hawes 

Joseph Strong 1 

Plurality E 

Granty—UsAS Porter 



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Fber T.. Clark I 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Vacant B 

Hart land — Ammi Linsley , 

Nathaniel Gaylord 
Marlboro' , —V>'<x\\i\ B. Ripley | 
Sim$bury~-~ Ailen M'Lean 



Plurality 

Vacant 
Southing ton 

William Robinson 

Plurality 

David Wright 
v field — Lbenczer Gay 



Joseph Mix 

Asahel Morse B 

Caleb Green B 

Wet hers field 

John Marsh, d.d.7 

Caleb J. Tenney J 

Joah Brace 

Calvin Chapin, d d. 

W m. Huntley 
Windsor 

Henry A. Rowland 

John Bartlclt 

Vacant 

Abel Ghlett B 

Oliver Wilson B 



COUNTY OF N 



CVe-w- Haven 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor 
Samuel Merwin 
Timothy D wight, d.d 
Harry Croswell E 

Stephen W. Slebbius 
Henry Lines B 

Bradford 

Timothv P Gillett 
Matthew Noyes 
Cbsries Atwater 
Plurality E 

Cheshire — Vacant 
Vacant 

Reuben Ives E 

Vacant B 

Derby — Zcpheniah Swift 
Abner Smith 
R Mansfield, d.d. ? ^ 
Calvin White J * 

East-Haven— Saul Clark 
Elijah G. Plumb- E 

iQuVford — Aarnn Dutton 
•Tchn Elliott 



EW HAVEN. 

William F. Vtil 

John Ely 

David Baldwin R 

Plurality E 

Hamden 

Eliphdet B. Coleman 

Abraham Allow 

Plurality E 

Meviden— K» asUis U ipley 

Plurality E 

S^mue! Miller B 

Vacant 
Middtebuy—M-r rk Vead 
Miljord -B:.zaleel Piniiea 

Vacant 

Erastus Scranton 

Vacant E 

North' thrcen 

Bei.j. TrunAull, b.d. 

Plurality E 

H^nry-Liwes R 

Q:cj»rd — Vacant 

Cliauncey Pi^ndTe E 

Humphrey E 



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Plurality E 

Sbuthbnry— Daniel A. Clark 

Bennet Tyler 
Wallingford 

James Noyes 
Vacant E 

Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Waterbury— Luke Wocd 



E 



Stephen Dodd 
Alpheus Gear 
Jesse Frost 7 
Samuel Porter \ 

JVolcott-- John Keyes 

Woodbridge 
Jason Allen 
Nath'l G. Huntington 
Vacant E 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



Neiu London 
Rev. Abel M'Ewen 

Solomon Blakslee E 

Nehemiah Dodge B 
JBozrah— David Austin 

William Palmer B 

Colchester— Salmon Cone 

Nathaniel D wight 

Amasa Loomis 

William Witter 

Vacant B 

Franklin— Samuel Nott 

Vacant B 

Gris-ioold — Horatio Waldo 
Groton-~ Timothy Tuttle 

Silas Burrows B 

John G. Wight maa B 
Lisbon — Levi Nelson 

Andrew Lee, d.d. 

An»os Iteed B 

Lyms — Lathrop Rockwell 

Hawes 

Vacant 

A ^a Wilcox B 

William Palmer B 



Vacant AC 

Mon^Hle— Abisha Alden 
Vacant 

Robert Fargo AC 

Reuben Palmer B 

Norwich 

Joseph Strong, d.b. 
Alfred Mitchell 
John Tyler E 

John Sterry B 

David N. Bentley M 
North^Stonington— -Vaean t 



Vacant 

Simeon Brown 
Preston — John Hyde 

Vacant 

Plurality 

Vacant 

Gustavus F. Davis 
Stonington— Ira Hart 

K. Chesebrough 

Asher Miner 
fVaterford 

Zadock Darrow 



B 
U 



R 

AC 

U 

B 
B 



COUNTY 01? 

Fair field 
Kev. Hemnn Humphreys 
llettkiah Ripley? d.t>. 



FAIRFIELD. 

William Belden 

Philo Sheltoni R 

Vacant B 



i9 



IrookjiehJ— Bela Kellogg 

Plurality E 

Janbury— William Andrews 

Vacant 

Reuben Hubbard ^ 

Eben'r White Saw/. 

Nathan Buckley B 

Treenxvich — Vacant 

Isaac Lewis, ».D. 

Plurality E 

Nathaniel Finch, jr. B 

Drake Nelson B 

luntington — Vacant 

Vacant 

Menzies Rayner E 

Veio-Canaan 

William Bonney 

Plurality E 

Veiv-Fairfield 

Medad Rogers 
TSeivtoxvn Jehu Clark 

Daniel Burhans E 

John Sherman B 

Solomon Gloyer U 

TVorwa/fc— Roswell R. Swan 

Reuben Sherwood E 
Redding — Daniel Crocker 

Plurality E 



ffidgefield—Viom t 

Vacant 

Plurality g 

Vacant ^ ** 

SAerroart— Maltby GeMon 
Stamford— Daniel Smith 

Arazi Lewis 

William Fisher 

Piatt Buffet 

Jonathan Judd 

Ebenezer Ferris *\ 

Greenleaf Webb • 

Frederick Smith 



\ 



B 



Marmaduke Earl J 

Stratford 

Matthew R. Dutton 
Elijah Waterman 
Ashbcl Baldwin 
Plurality 
Vacant 

'I Ywnbull — Vacant 
Plurality 

Weston 

Nathaniel Freeman 
David Bclden, (D) 

Wilton— Sylvanas Haight 
Plurality 
— St. John 



COUNTY OF 

Windham 

Rev. Cornelius B. Everest 
Jesse Fisher 
Vacant AC 

Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Jishford — Philo Judson 
Hollis Sampson 
William Storrs 
Vacant B 

Vaeant B 

Frederick Whitman B 



WINDHAM. 

Brooklyn 

Luther Wilson 7 

Josiah Whitney, d.d. _> 

Vacant E 

Canterbury— Asa Meech 

Erastus Learned 
Columbia— Thomas II oh 
Hampton — Ludovicus Weld 

Vacant ** 

Killingly— Klisha Alkins 

Israel Day 

Hotwcll Whitpaore 



90 






Calvin Cooper 


B 


James Grow B 


Ijcbinion— Zebulon Ely 




Sterling — Vacan t 


William B. Ripley 




Thompson — Darnel Dow 


John H. Fowler 




Fier60n Crosby B 


Daniel Putnam 


B 


Vohmtoivn Johnsou 


JWamfiehl 




Vacant 


Samuel P. Williams 




Vacant 


Moses C. Welch, d 


10 


Woodstock 


Vacant 




Eliphalet Lyman 


Jonathan Goodwin 


B 


Backus 


IHain field Vacant 




Alvin Underwood 


Nathaniel Cole 


h 


George Angell B 


Pomfrei — James Porter 




Nicholas Branch B 


Walter Lyon 







COUNTY OF l 

Litchfield 
Rev. Lyman Beecher 

Amos Peltengill 

Joseph E. Camp 

Vacant 

Truman Marsh") ^ 

Isaac Jones £ 
Barkhempsteud 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Bethlem — John Large! en 

Plurality \ E 

Canaan — Charles Prentice 

Pitkin Cowles 

Vacant F> 

Plurality E 

Ctlebrook 

ChaHncey Lee 

Rufus Babcock B 

Com-cvidi 

Timothy Stone 

Vacant 

Vacant E t 

GesJien— Joseph Harrey i 



ITCHFIF.T,I\ 

Uanvingfbn 

Joshua Williams 

Vacant E 

Kent— Asa Blair 

St urges Gilbert E 

New- Hartford 

Cyras Yale 

Vacant ^ 

Ntrv-Milford 

Andrew Elliott 

Vacant 

Benjamin Benham E 
Norfolk — N a!ph Em erson 
P.'v m on in— Lu t h tr Hart 
" linger Searie E 

Plurality E 

Rcxbnry 

Fosdick Harrison 

Plurality E 

Isaac Puller B 

Salisbury — Vacant 

Vasant S 

Sharon— David L- Perry 

Orange Lyman 



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Asa Talmadge 

Plurality 
Vowing I on 

Alexander GiiJet 

Samuel J. Mills 

Vacant 
Varren—Pelev Starr 

Vacant 
Wishing ton 

Vacant 

Samuel Whittlesey 

Plurality 



Plurality E 

Wuierioion— Uriel GridJey 

Frederick Ucdcomb B 
Winchester 

Frederick Marsh 

James Beech 

Vacant B 

Isaac Bellows B 

Woodbury 

Vacant 

J.U. Wilton 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



Wullleloivn j 

Rev. Chftuncey A Goodrich I 

Birdsey G Noble E ! 

Joshua ti. Williams j 

Vacant 

Thomas Miner 

Vacant B 

Vacant B | 

Chatham— rlarvey Talcott 

David Se)deu 

Joe! West 

M. Smith Mites R 

Plurality E 

William* Welch B 

Dnrhvi — David Smith 

Vacant E 

E. HucULvn 

Elijah Parsons. ) 

ItaaC Parsons J 



E 



"William Lyman, do 

Joseph Vail 

Vacant 

Simeon bicfcirrtOn 
Jiadtlam—Dd^id D Ficid 

Vacant 
Killin q-wo rth — Vac an t 

Asa King 

Plurality E 

Vacant B 

Vacaut 
Sayhrook 

Fred'k. W. HotcUkiss 

Aaron Movey 

Sylvester Se'den 

Nehemiah B. Beardo'ey 

Vacant K 

Samuel West 

Vacant U 



B 
B 

B 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

Tolland 
Rev N. W iVIiams, d.d 
Ansel Nash 



Coventry— Channccy Booth 
Enhraim T- Woodruff 
Hoy a I Tyler 



Augustus Holies B f Eltington-ljwdnte Brockway 

Bolion — Phiiaatlcr Parme'ee J 



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Hebron — \mo$ Bassett | Asa Niles I 

Nathan Gillet | Union— Vaoant 

Vacant E I Vernon — Ebcnezer Kellogg f , r 
Somera— William L. Strong I WiUington 

Stafford- Vacant f Hubbil Loemis 

Vacant | David LHlibridge I 
\ acant 



List of unsettled Ministers, as reported to the General As 
sociation of Connecticut, June, 1816. 

Rev Messrs. David Avery, Mansfield ; David Bacon J 
Hartford ; Nathaniel Freeman, Weston ; Jonathan Bat tlettj 
Redding; Gershom Buckley, Middletown ; Aaron Churchj 
Hartland ; Calvin Ingals, Stafford ; Gordon Johnson, Kil- 
Jingly ; William Lockwood, Giastenbury ; Elihu Mason, 
Hartford ; William F. Miller, Windsor ; John Noyes, Wes- 
ton, Henry Sherman, fNew- Haven ; Samuel Stebbins,Sims 
bury ; Henry P. Strong, Salisbury ; Samuel Sturges, Dan« 
bury ; Reuben Taylor, New-Ylilford ; John Taylor, Enfield ; 
Joseph Treat, New-Milford; Daniel Waldo, Sufneld; Rich 
aid Williams, Lebanon, 



List of Candidates Jor the Ministry, as reported to the Gen* 
erul Association, June, 1S1G, 

Messrs. Samuel R. Andrew, Milford ; Zedekiah Baraiow, 
Canterbury; George Chandler, Middletown; Elias Corne* 
litis; Stephen Crosby, Thompson ; Thomas F Davis Red- 
ding; Israel Ely, Sharon ; Uen/amin Fenn, Milford; Asa* 
hel Ga) lord, Norfolk; Josial. W Gibbs, New-Haven ; Chas. 
A. lioodrith. Berlin ; Thomas R G>uhl, Cornwall ; ■ 

Hyde, Franklin ; Francis K'ng, Vernon ; John Marsh, jr. 
Wctherrfield ; Asahel Nettloton, KilUngworth ; Jason 
Parks, Canterbury ; Geo; Pay son, Pom fret ; — Phelps, 
Bacftey ; Samuel F-.-mnej, Canterbury ; Robert C Uobb'ms* 
Colchester*; Isaac Reed", Mew-Haven ; John Ko3 r . New- 
Londpd ; Ward Sa&brd, New Haven ; David A. Shen&oftf 
Colchebltt ; Hart Turcot! , Dokor.. 



93 

episcopal Clergymen residing in the Diocess of Connection*, 
and not settled in any Parish. 

Rev. Tillotson Hronson, d d. Cheshire ; Asa Cdrnwall, 
^neshire ; Chauncey LVindle, Oxford ; Jasper D. Jones, 
Simsbury ; Nathan B. Burges, Milford. 

ASSOCIATIONS AND CONSOCIATIONS. 

There are in this State, thirteen Associations and Conso" 
ciations, viz. Hartford, North, consisting of 19 churches ; 
iHartford. South, of 16; New-Haven, West, of 19; New- 
Haven, East, of 13 ; New- London,- of 18 ; Fairfield, West, 
J'jef 16 ; Fairfield, East, of 13 ; Windham, Original, of 25 ; 
Windham, East, of 3 ; Litchfield, North, of 19; Litchfield, 
South, of 16 ; Middlesex, of!5 ; and Tolland of 15. 

Note — Associations are composed of Ministers alone; 
Consociations, of Ministers, with a delegate from their res- 
pective Churches. 



GENERAL ASSOCIATION OP CONNECTICUT. 

This body meets annually, on the third Tuesday of June, 
lit is composed of two Representatives from each district 
Association —There is also united with them a representa- 
tion of three members of the General Assembly of the Pres- 
byterian Church in the United States; of one memberfrom 
the General Convention of Congregational and Presbyteri- 
an Ministers in Vermont; of two members from the Gen- 
eral Association of Massachusetts proper ; r>nd of two mem* 
bers from the General Association of New-Hampshire. To 
these several Bodies, the General As3ociatio of Connecii" 
cut sends annua'ly the same number of Rep' < sentatives. 

Treasurer of the General Association — Rey Abel Flint t 
Auditor — Rev Calvin Chapin, t> u, 

The next annual meeting of the General Association is to 
be at East-Guiiford, at the house of ihe Rev. J.hn Elliott, 
Qn the third Tuesday of Ju»e, IS17, at U o'clock, A. M. 



94 

.Delegates to ihe General Assembly of the Preshyterian 

Churchy to convene in Philadelphia, on the third 

Thursday of May, 1817. 

Rev. Frederick W Hotckkiss, Jonathan Bartlett, and 

William Loekwood. Rev. Samuel P. Williams, Ira Hart, 

Diodate Brockway, substitutes. 

delegates to the General Convention of Vermont , held on 

the second Thursday of September, 1SI6. 

Rev. Maltby Gelston. Rev. Joab Brace, his substitute 



Delegates to the General Association of JMassachuseiis 
Proper, to convene on the fourth Tuesday of June, I8l7. 
Rev. Piatt Buffett and David D Field. Rev. Nathan Per- 
kinsi d. d. and Eiastus Scra-nUm. 



Delegates to the General Association of New Hampshire, 
held at Concord, on the third Tuesday of September, 1818. 
Rev. Bazaleel Pinneo and Levi Nelson. Rev. Samuel 

Merwin and Stephen W. Stebbins, substitutes. 

Committee chosen hy the General Association to certify the 
regular standing of Preachers, travelling from this^tate, 
to other parts of the United Suites. 
Rev* Nathan Perkins, d.D. i Rev. Elijah Waterman, 
(Jalvin Chapin, d d. I Moses C. Welch, d.d. 

Benj. Trumbull, d.d. '\ Jonathan Miller, 

Matthew Noyes, I Lyman Beeeher, 

Joseph Strong, d d. I Fred'k W. Hotchkiss, 

Isaac Lewis, d.d. ) Nathan Williams, d,d. 

The following persons are receivers of money in their several 
Associations, for the Treasury of the General Association, 



Rev. Henry A. Rowland, 
Samuel Goodrich^ 
feamuel Merwin 
Timothy P.Gillet, 
Salmon Cone, 
RosAvell R, Swan, 



Rev. Elijah Waterman, 
James Porter 
Charles Prentiss, 
Joshua Williams, 
David Selden, 
Eplnaim T. Woodruff* 



Trustees sj{the Bishop's Fund, 
"Rev. Pbilo Shelton * [Jonathan Starr, esq> 

Rev. Ashbel Baldwin fjoha Morgan, esq. 

Kev. Harry Croswell j Evan Malbone, esq. 

His Honor Jona. Ingersoll j Nathan Smith, esq,. 
Elias Shipman esq. Charles Sigourney, esq. 

Wm. Heron esq. j 

His Honor Jonathan Ingersoll, President* 
Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary. 
Charles Sigourney, esq. Treasurer. 



Standing Committee of the Episcopal Convention of Con- 
necticut. 
Kev. Tillotson Bronson, d-d | Kev. Daniel Burbans, 
Ashbel Baldwin. ^ Harry Croswell, 

Kev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary of the Convention. 
The Convention is held on the first Wednesday of June* 
annually. - 

The following 1 C!ergyme?i have been appointed by the Epis* 
copal Convention of this State, as Delegates to the next 
General Convention of the Episcopal Church in the Uni- 
ted States , to -wit .* — 

Rev Daniel Burhans 
Kev. Harry Croswell 
Kev Roger Searie 
Rev. Tiliotson Bronson 
And the following Lay Delegates* 
Jr'.lijah Boardman 
Asa Chanman 
Charles oigourney 
Butrage Beech, esquires. 

Standing Secretaries in the Baptist Associations, 
B&rtfurd — Kev. Elisha Cushman. 
Stoniugton — Kev. Jonathaa Goodwin. 
Groton— Kev. Asa Wileox. 

MiS&IONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

(Incorporated October, 1802.) 
The General Association is the Missionary Society of 
Connecticut, 



96 

Officer 8 of the Society, for the year commencing on the f^n 
Wednesday of August , 1816. 



lion. Aaron Austin 
Hon. Jonathan Brace 
Enoch Perkins esq. 
David Hale, esq 
Samuel Pitkin, esq. 
Mr. Thomas Hubbard 



TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Nathan Perkins, d. d 
Rev. Samuel Nott 
llev. Calvin Chapin, d.d, 
Rev. Moses G. Welch, d. j> 
Rev. Samuel Goodrich 
Rev Henry A. Rowland. 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer, 

Rev. Abel Flint, Auditor. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Chairman, and 

Rev. Abel Flint, Secretary of the Mo arc? of Trustees. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, J 

Knock Perkins, esq. > Committee of Accounts* 
Rev. Abel Fiint, > 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, ^ 

Enoch Perkins?, esq. 
Rev. Nathan Perkins, D. r>. i 
Rev. Samuel Nott, }- Committee of Missions* 

Rev. Moses C. Welch, d. d ! - 
Rev Abel Flint, ■, | 

Rev. Calvin Cb&uin, d. d. J 

Hoard of Directors for the Connecticut Society, Auxiliary 
to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions. 
Rev. John G. Wightman, President. 
Rufus RabcockJ »?.. „ ."i- 
Asahel Morse, \ Vice Presidents. 

Elisha Cnphmnn, Cor Secretary.* 
Mr. Joseph B. Gilbert, Hec. Secretary. 
Ebenezer Moore, Treasurer. 

Rev. Jonathan Goodwin,") 
James Davie, • 

Nicholas Branch, ^Trustees. 
Daniel Putnam, | 
W?)li&m Btntley, J 



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THE BAPTIST TRUSTEES. 

(Incorporated October 1816.) 
Samuel Beckwith 
Elisha Cushraan 
Nathaniel J. Adams 
James Treat j 

David Silliman 
Josias Byles 
Rufus Babcocfc 
Ephraira Bound. 
Asahel Chapman « 
Samuel Williams. 

THE METHODIST TRUSTEES, 

(Incorporated October lSlo".) 
Ralph Hurlbut 
Jonathan Nichols, jun. 
Alpheus Jewett, 
William Lyon 
Elijah Sherman 
Aaron Hunt, 
Samuel Frothinghara. 

fcONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 



j His Excellency John Cotton Smith, President* 
<Gen. Jedediah Huntington, New-London, \ 
Rev. Samuel Not t, Franklin, f Vice; 

Rev. Lyman Beecher, Litchfield, / Presidents 

liev. Samuel Merwin, New- Haven. r 

Henry Hudson, Hartford, Secretary. 
Joseph Rogers, Hartford, Treasurer. 

Samuel Pitkin esq. East -Hartford, "} 

"Rev. Abel Flint, Hartford, 

Rev. Henry A, Rowland, Windsor, | 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, d d. Wethersfield, ; Directing 

Ichabod L. Skinner, esq. Hartford, y Committee. 

Rev Samuel Goodrich, Berlin, 

Rev. Noah Porter, Farmington, 

Rev. Joab Brace, Wethersfield. 

t)auiel Wadsworth, esq. Hartford, 
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98 

Rev. Abel Flint, general agent for purchasing and distr 
'buting Bibles, tp whom applications For Bibles are to b 
made. 

The Treasurer, \ 

Charles Sherman, esq. J 

There were 2901 Bibles distributed by this Society, from 
the first of May, 1815. to the first of May 18l6 ; ami sincdfa 
the establishment of the Society, there have been distribu-I 
ted by it 14,948 Bibles and 1&2 Testaments. hi 

Annual meeting at Hartford the second Thursday of May M^ 
at 8 o'clock. A. M. 

CONNECTICUT BIBLE AND COMMON PRAYER BOOK | 
SOCIETY. 
His Honor, Jonathan Ingersoll, President. 

Key. Philo Shelton, 1 Vice-Presidents. - 

Ettjah Boardman, esq. > 

Andrew Kidston, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Harry Groswell, Recording Secretary. 

Charles B Phelps, esq. Corresponding Secretary* 

llev. Tillotson Bronson, D. D. "\ 

Rev. Daniel Rurhans, J 

llev* Roger Searle, 

Burrage Heech, esq. ^Directors* 

Asa Chapman, esq, 

Nathan Smith, esq. « 

Samuel Tudor, jun. esq. J 

Mr. William IVFCrakan, Auditor. 

CONNECTICUT SOCIETY, 

FOR THE PROMOTION OF GOOD M RALS, 



Officers for the near entKitg May 18*$. 
Hon. Simeon IJaicl'.vip, President, 
Hon Zeplianiah Swift, ) 
Hon Tapping llee< e, > Vice Presidents 

Hon Roger VI Sherman, > 
Jeremiah D.iy, esq Corresponding Secretary, 
Thomas D*y, esq. Recording Secretary. 



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Gen. Jedediah Huntington, "^ 

Sylvanus Backus, esq. j 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. d. i /^,„ •„_ 

Sylvester Gilbert, escfc y Committee. 

Rev. Lyman Beeeher, | 

Hon. William Perkins, 

Enoch Perkins, esq. J 



leholutions passed at the semi-annual meeting' of the Socie- 
ty in October, 181(5. 
I Resolved, that it be recommended to the members of this 
otiety, that they endeavour to promote in each county 
!ne or more conventions ef moral societies, and that these 
jowventions, as well as auxiliary societies, send a report of 
'ieir doings to this society. 

The Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, was appointed to preach 
sermon in behalf of the society at the annual meeting m 
lay 1817, and the Rev. Abe! M'Ewen, his substitute. 



The Hartford Evangelical Trad Society, 
Daniel Wa Isworth, esq. President: 
Rev. Eiisha Cashman, Vice President- 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Fin, W. Els worth, esq. Secretary, 
Peac, Thomas Tileson, 
Deac. Joshua Beckwith, < 
Jeremiah Brown, y Committee* 

Henry Hudson, 
James R. Woodbridge, 



MINISTERS' ANNUITY SOCIETY. 

(Incorporated May, 1814. 
The object of this society is to provide annuities for th-e 
vidows and children of deceased Ministers. The ^ociety 
to meet annually in Hartford the secotd Thursday of 
Hay, at 4 o'clock, P M 

Officers of the Society. 

Rev. Abel Flint, President* 

Rev Elijah Waterman, Vice-President. 

Htv. Thomas bobbins, Secretary* 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasure}', 



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liev. Thomas Tlobbins, 
Rev Shubael Bartlett, 
Rev. William L Strong, 
Kev. Joshua L. Williams, 
Rev. Hubbill Loomis, 

Rev. Abel Flint, Jkidito) 



)> Directors* 

J 



j 



Directors', 



The Domestic Missionary Society, for Connecticut and '4$ 

ciniiy. 

Timothy Stillman, Wethersfield, 
Timothy Dwight, jr. New-Haven, 
Stephen Peek, New-London, 
jMathew Marvin, Wilton, * 
Richard Hubbard, Middletown, 
John Hall esq. Ellington, 
Rev. Abel Flint, Hartford, 
Rev. Samuel Merwin, New-Haven, 
Rev. Abtl M'Ewen, New-London, 
Rev. L)man Beecher, Litchfield, 
Rev. Heman Humphrey, Fairfield, 
Rev. Daniel Dow, Thompson, 

Rev. Nathaniel W« Taylor, New~Havcn, Secretary, 
Henry Hudson, Hartford, Treasurer. 
Riissel Bunce, Hartford, M'ditor, 



THE CONNECTICUT ASYLUM, 

fdr the Education and Instruction of the Deaf aiid Dumb 
persons. 
(Incorporated May, 18lC.) 
His Excellency, Johi* Cotton Smith, President. 

John Caldwell, esq. ^ 

Mason F. Cogswell, M. d. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. 

Daniel Wads worth, esq. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, d.d. l.l.d. 

Charles Sigourney, esq. 

David Porter, esq. 

Joseph Battcl/esq. 



I 



y Vice -Presi den ftl 



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Joseph Rogers, ^ 

Thomas S. Williams, 

Samuel Tudor, jr. j 

William Watson, i 

John Butler, I Mwtnr* 

Jared Scarborough, f Uirecto ^ 



Joseph Trumbull, 
Henry Hudson, 



Daniel Buck* 

James 13. Hosmer, J 

Ward Woodbridge, esq. Treasurer. 

William W. Elsworth, esq. Secretary. 

OFFICERS. 

Of the Charitable Society for the Education of indigent pi* 
s young ?nen,j&r the Ministry of the Gospel. 

Hon. Tapping Reeve, President. 
Rev. Samuel Merwin, Vice-President. 
Rev Nathaniel W. Taylor, Secretary. 
0% Stephen Twining, esq Treasurer. 
Charles Sherman, esq. Auditor. 

Society for promoting Agriculture in the State of Connecticut > 

Hon. David Humphreys, President, 
Mr. Leman Stone, VicePresidmt. 
John Humphreys, jun esq. Secretary."] 
Eli Ives, m d. Assistant Secretary, 
Mr. Josiah Holbrook, Corresponding Secretary. 
Mr. Kneeland Townsend, Treasurer 



INCORPORATED CITIES, 

HARTFORD. 

Hon. Jonathan Bracs, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Enoch Perkins I J< hn Caldwell 

Jonathan W.Edwards | John Morgan; enquires. 

William Whitman, esq. City Clerk, and Clerk ot City Court 2 

Walter MilchelL esq City Attorney, 



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T " TTilliam Ely, Azor Hatch* Sheriffs. 

Andrew Kingsbury esq- Treasurer* 
William Ely, Collector. 
Elisha Colt, esq. Auditor of City Accounts. 
Cowman Council Jlten 
r Richard Goodman, Jacoh Sargeant, James Ward, Vete 
Thatcher, Thomas S Wilhams, Thomas Bull, Michael O 
cott, John M, Gannett, William Ely, Joseph Trumhul 
James H. W r ells, David Porter! 

Ci t Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, last Monday in March. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Hoh.Em2.ur Goodrich, Mayor. 

Mderman. 

Henry Bagget | Rleazer Foster 

Joseph Barling | Stephen Twining, esquires. 

Elisha Munson, esq City Clerk. 

Nathan Beers, esq Treasurer. 

John H. Lynde,esq. Clerk of City Court. 

Stephen Twining, esq. City Attorney. 

_ John Skinner, Josiah B. Morse, City Sheriffs. 

Common- Council Men. 

James Hillhonse, Hezekiah Kotchkiss, Thaddeus Beech 

er, Hezekiah Howe, Daniel Reed, Henry Daggett, jr, Johl 

H. Jacorks, Seth P. Staples, Laban Smith, Nathan Peck. 

Cily Court held the first Tuesday of each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June. 

NEW-LONDON. 

Xlon. J211EMIAH G. BuainArd, esq, Mayor. 

Jlldermen. 

F.lias Perkins j William P. Cieavel»nd 

Lyman Law | tSnmnel Green, esquires. 

Guy Richards, esq. Treasurer. 

William F< ftrainard, esq Clerk of City Court. 

David Coit^esq. City Clerk. 

Hezekiah Geddard, Nathaniel Hempstead, Sheriff*. 



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Common' Council Mm. 
Thaddeus "Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, Freder- 
ick Miner, Edward Hallam, Daniel Chapman. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, second Monday in June. 

NORWICH 

Hon. Calvin Godbard, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Nathaniel Shipman | Krastus Huntington 

Simeon Thomas | Joseph Williams, esquires 

James Lanman, esq City Attorney. 
James Stedman, esq. Treasurer, Clerk, and Clerk of City 
Court. 
Shubael Breed, Augustus Lathrop, Sheriffs. 
Common- Council Jllen. 
Gerard F. Carpenter, Nathaniel Townsend, Joseph W. 
Tracy, Joseph Huntington, Jonathan G. \V. Trumbull, 
John Oe Witt. 

City Court held on second Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, the third Monday in April. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

lion* Asher Miller, Mayor, 
Alda men. 
Lemuel Stnrrs j Ebenezcr Sage 

Keherniah Hubbard | William C Sail; esquires. 

John Fisk, Clerk and Clerk ot City Court. 
Asahel Loomis, Uarvey Treadway, Sheriffs. 
Common Council J&en. 
JohnU. Watkinson, Jileazer Dunham, Henry Canington, 
Samuel Cooper, Samuel Gill, Elijah Hubbard, Chauucey 
Whittelsey, Samuel Southmayd, Arthur W. Magill, Josiah. 
Williams, Thomas Hubbard, Kphraim Bound. 

City Court held on the second Tuesday in each month* 
Annual Meeting, third Mouday in January. 

STONINGTON BOROUGH. 
Samuel F. Denison, esq Warden. 
Burgesses* 
Nalbanicl Palmer, jr. George Hubbard, jr. Amos Dcmsonv 



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pudley Palmer, David C. Smith, Reuben Chesebrougly 
William W. Rodman, Alexander G.Smith. 

Thomas Swan, Treasurer and Clerk.^ 
Enoch S. Ghesebroughj Bailiff. 



BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 

Lambert Lock wood, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Salmon Hubbell, Abijah Hawley, Reuben Tweedy, DavU 
Minot, Samuel Hawley, Jesse Sterling. 

Reuben Tweedy, Treasurer, 

Matthew Curtis, Baliff. 
Benjamin S. Smiih,',Clerk. 

GUILFORD BOROUGH, 

Joel Griffing. esq. Warden. 
^Burgesses. 
William Todd, Reuben Alcot, Thomas Burgis, Jcmathafc 
Bishop, Abraham Cone, William Spencer. 



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MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 
HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 
Thomas S. Williams, esq. Secretary* ' 

NEW HAVE FT 

Elias Shipman, esq. President. 
John Shipman, esq. Secretary, 



MIBDLETOWN. 

Ebenezer Sage, esq. President. 

Chauncey Whittelsey, esq. Secretary. 

Directors —Ebenezer Sage, Chauncey Whittelsey, Daa- 

lei Rand, Joseph W. Alscp, Pamuel Cooper, Samuel W. 

Dan«, Thomas Hubbard, Henry Camngton, Samuel B* 

RftdfieYdi Josiah Williams. 



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W NEW-LONDON. 

Jared Starr, esq. President. 
David Coit, esq. Secretary. 
Directors, — Jared Starr, Elisha Denison, Jonathan Starr, 
Elias Perkins, Samuel Hurlbut, Edward Hallam,, Jacob B, 
Gurley, Coddington Billings, Stephen Pec\, 



NORWICH. 

Thomas Lathrop, esq. President. 
Samuel Tyler, esq. Secretary. 
Directors.-— Thomas Lathrop, Benjamin Coit, Cushing 
Eells, Augustus Perkins, Daniel Lathrop, Samuel Tyler, 
Jesse Bieed, Joseph H. Strong, Calvin Goddard. 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



HARTFORD. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Walter Mitchel, esq. Secretary. 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Isaac Tomlinson, esq. President. 
John H. Lynde, esq. Secretary. 
Directors. — Isaac Tomlinson, John Nieholl, Titus Street, 
William Leffingwell, Nathaniel Bacon, Andrew Kidston, 
Charles Denison, William Bristol, Joel Walter. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. President. 
Jonathan Barnes, jun. Secretary. 
Directors.-— Elijah Hubbard, John R. Watknison, Joseph 
W. Alsop, Samuel Gill, Henry Carrington, Daniel Jlandj 
Josiah Williams. 



NORWICH. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, esq. Secretaiy. 
Directors. — Ilezekiah Pexkins 3 Jesse Breed, Luthe-r 



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Spalding, Daniel L. Colt, Nathaniel Shipraan, Benjamin 
Coil, Charles P. Huntington, Erastus Huntington, James 
Stedman. 

NORWICH CHANNEL COMPANY. 

Joseph Pctkins, esq. President. 
Simeon Breed, esq Secretary. 
Directors. — Joseph Perkins, Simeon Breed, Augustus 
Perkins, Benjamin Coit, Benjamin Snow. 

BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 

HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 
Horace Burr, Secretary. 
Directors. — John Caldwell. George Goodwin, Nathaniel 
Terry, Andrew Kingsbury, David Wat kin son, James H. 
Wells, James Ward, Elijah Cowles, Henry L. Kilsworth. 
Annual meeting; ©f Stockholders, 2d. Thursday of June. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. Notes for dis- 
count to be lodged before 2 o'clock on those days. 

# 

PH(ENIX BANK. 
(Incorporated JVJnv, 1814.) 

Capital 1 ,000,000 Dollars. 

PRINCIPAL BANK" AT HARTFORD. 

Kormand Knox, esq. President. 

George Beach, Cashier. 

Directors. — Norman d Knox, Samuel Tudor, jr. Charles 

Bigourney, Jonathan W. Rd wards, John Russ, David Porter, 

Jared Scarborough* Rliphalet Avcrill, Ward Woodbridge, 

Thomas K. Brace, Kussel Bu^ce. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. - 
Notes for disccunt to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 

BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Benjamin Tall mad ge, esq. President. 
James Butler, Cashier. 
Directors.- -Benjamin Tallraadge, James Gould, Morris' 



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Woodruff, Samuel Buell, Seth P. Deers, Joseph Battel!, 
llhansar Cantield. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in Sept. 

new-havknTbank. 

iEneas Monson, jr. esq. President. 
II. It. Pyrchoir, Cashier. 
Directors,— iEneas Monson jr. John NicoU, Titus Street, 
Stephen Hoggins, Isaac Tomlinson, Frederick Hunt, Da\id 
Dpggelt, Chailes Denison, Ebenezer Peck. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders first Thursday of July. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays ! lours cf bu- 
siness, from 10 o'clack, A. M. to 3 o'clock, P. M. 

eaglebank^f1Tew-h\ven. 

Simeon Baldwin, esq. President. 
George Hoadly, Cashier. 
Directors.-* Simeon Baldwin, Wm. Vv r . Woolsey, Knee- 
land Townsem!, Timothy Dwight, )\\ Gad Peck, James 
Goodrich, Eli Whitney, Abraham Bishop, Charles Denison. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, third Tuesday in July. 
Davs of Discount, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hours of busi- 
ness, from 10 o'clock, A. 3VI to 3 o'clock, P. M. 

UNION BANKrNE\V.LO^DON. 

Jedediah Huntington, esq. President. 
Kobcrt Haliam, Qashier 
Directors. — Jedediah Hwntihgton, Bela Peck, Geo. Hal- 
lam,DauieI Lathrop. Jonathan ; Starr, Joseph Perkins, Ly- 
man Law, Guy Richards, Joseph Carew, John Haliam, 
Itichard M'Curdy, Nathaniel Richards, Jonathan Starr, jr. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, iirst Thursday of June. 

Pays of Discount, Tueedays and Fridays I lours of business, 

from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M and from 2 to 4, P. M. 

new London" hank. 

Elisha Denison, esq. President. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 
Directors —Elisha Denison, Elias Perkins, Edward Chap* 
pell, Isaac Thompson., William Williams, Jacob B. Guriey t 
Calvin Goddard. James Lewis, William P. Cteaveiand. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of July. 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of business, 

from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. and from 2 to 4, P. M, 



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NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President. 
Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors — -Ebenezer Huntington, Thomas Lathrop, 
Simeon Breed, Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, Roger 
Bulkley, Zachariah Huntington, D wight Ripley, Charles P. 
Huntington, Benjamin Goit, Asa Fitch, Joseph Huntijjgton^ 
Andrew Perkins. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, third Monday of June. 

Days for Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of busi» 

ness, from 10 to 12 oclock, A. M. and from. 2 to 4 P.$L 

*— 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 
Nehemiah Hubbard, esq. President. 
Timothy Southmayd, Cashier. 
Directors.— 'Nehemiah Hubbard, Lemuel Storrs, Elijah 
Hubbard, Josiah Williams, John R. Watkinson, Joseph VV. 
Alsop, Samuel Gill, William C. Hail, Lyman Law. 

Annual meeting of Stockholder^, first Thursday of Jan. 

Days for Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays, at noon. Hours 

of business^ from 9 to 12, A. M. and from 2 to 4, P. M. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Bronson, esq. President. 

George Hayt, Cashier. 

Directors.— Isaac Bronson, Elijah Boardman, Salmon 

Hubbell, William Peet, Ebenezer Jesup, Nathaniel Bacon, 

Abijah Hawlcy, John S. Cannon, David Minot. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday of July* 

* 

DERMY BANK. 

William Leffingwell,esq. President. 

John Fitch, Cashier. 

Directors. — William Leffingwell, Elias Shipman, David 

Daggett, Dyer White, Charles Sherman, Stephen Twining, 

Nathan Smith, Daniel Bacon, David Tomlinson, Abraham 

Bind ley, 3d. James Henry. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of July;, 

DERBY FISHING COMPANY. 

William S. Hotch kiss, esq. President. 

Caleb A Townsend, Secretary, 



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jD/^ctors. •—•Nathan Wheeler, Samuel L. Andrews, Knee' 
land Townsend, Shelton C. Curtiss, Laban Smith, Ira 
Smith. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, second Wednesdoy of 
January* Office kept at New-Haven, at the head of long 
Wharf. 



INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS. 

Hon. EHzur Goodrich, Inspector General 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS OF BERF AND PORK. 

Jared Scarboj^ugh, esq. for Hartford county. 
Dyer White, esq. for New-Haven county. 
Shubael Breed, esq. for New-London county. 
Samuel Rowhmd,esq. for Fairfield county. 
John Parish, esq. for Windham county. 
James Morris, esq. for Litchfield county. 
John Bliss, esq. for Tolland county. 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS OF FISH. 

For New London and Middlesex Counties* 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq. | Shubael Breed, esq. 



TURNPIKE ROADS. 

■ — & — 

Names of Roads. Capt. Stock. J\ ames of Commissi 

Hartford and New- 7Q 34 o? Shubael Griswold, , 

Haven,- 7y '^ Jona E Porter, esquir's, 

_ . Q Ka j\ Enoch Perkins, i 

Granby; 8,529 £ Roger Booker, esquires. 

Fairfield, Weston, « ofir i Smmiel Rmvlantt, 

and Redding, 1,956 \ Daniel B Cooke, esq'rs. 

Ousatonick, 10,240 £ Ja|)ez Cialkj esq uires. 

New-Haven and o * 7 A W«* White, , 

Derb? ' S NathM. Rossetev, esq'rs. 

~ c , x 0i _7 Jonathan E- Porter, 

Oxford, 4,217 £ $^1. Uosseler, esqr's* 



Names' of Roach, 

New-London and 
Lyme, 

llimmon Falls, 
Farmington River, 

Green Woods, 

Canaan and 
Litchfield, 

Cheshire, 

Straits, 

Litchfield and 
Harwington, 

Litchfield and 
New Mllford, 

X ? armington and 
Bristol, 

Boston, 

Hartford and 

Tolland, 
Windham and 

Coventry, 
East- K add am and. 

Colchester, 
Bridgeport and 

NWtowti, 
Sorr.ers \ nd 

Woodstock, 
Danbtny and 

Iticigtfield, 

Tolland County, 

Nor walk and 
Danhtary, J 

Ncw-Prtston, 



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CapC. Stock, Names of Commhs rs o 

13,839 \ Henry Champion, 

' {.Roger Bu'kicy, esquires. 

q Rf\ ) J°**athan E Porter, 
' J ^ Nath'i. HoMeler, esquires, 
11 Q5o S Aaron Austin, 
U '^ y \ Jere'h. W. Phelps, esq'i-s. 
in sne ) Aaron Austin, 
iJ > Wb i jere'h W. Phelps, esq's 
m rcA 'c Aaron Austin, 
lu > 0t>0 ? Jere'h W. Phelps, esq's 
, 4Q - ; Aaron Austin 
*"V*"^ Thomas Oarling, esq'rs. 
17 tor C Uriel Holmes, 
,,7 »' bJ M John K- Landon, esqr's. 

- ij t7 y Uriel Holmes, 

5j0l/ S Dan N. Brinsmade, esq's. 

. rn „ r Uriel Holmes, 

4 > jUd ^ Dan. N. Brinsmade, esq's 
,* Enoch Perkins, 
15.*U^ R ger Hooker, esq's 

t Ebenezer Huntington, 
JVjjit JShubael Griswold, esq'rs 



Aaron Austin, 



9 ^ 66 ^ John Caldwell, esq's 

.. I Ebenezer Huntington, 
8 > 749 < Shubael Griswold, esq'rs 
r iec • Matthew Griswold, 
6 > 2 * 5 )>Joel Foote, esq's 
_ , _ n i Samuel Rowland, 
2'J,909 3 , 3aniel B Cooke, esq's 

V Amos Johnson, 
20,018,/ j ustus Condee, esq's 
i Samuel Row'and, 
1,923 V|) an i e i B. Cooke, esq's 

1 ^ (i X Jabez Clark, esq's 
a on C Samuel Rowland, . 
2 > 879 J Daniel B. Cooke, esq's 
.,' Uriel Holmes, 
o^jk,^ D , An N Briusimute, esq's 



Names of Roads. 

Torrington, 

Norwich and 
Woodstock, 

Talcett Mountain, 

Hebron and 

Middle Haddam, 
Connecticut and 

Rhode Is'and, 
Salisbury and 

Canaan, 

Middle Turnpike 

New-London and 
Windham, 

Hartford and 
New-London, 

Connecticut Turn- 
pike, 

Middlesex, 

Hartford, Tolland, 
Windham and New- 
London Counties, 

Stafford Mineral 
Spring, 

New Haven and 
Milford, 

Woodstock and 
Thompson, 

Windham aud 
Mansfield, 

Goshen and 
Sharon, 

Columbia, 

Colchester and 
Norwich, 

I Waterbury River, 



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Capt. Stock. 

12,006 | 

PJ,S00-< 

13,574 ^ 

8,232< 

12,051 j 

i 

6,O05< 

24,525 ^ 

5,244^ 

39,363 $ 

3o,345<( 

13,088 \ 



C,054 

10,579^ 

i 
14,646 ) 

5,631<( 
\ 



'16,217 



16,563^ 
7,C63 5 
6,l73<( 

39,511 j 



Mimes of Commissar?* 

Uriel Holmes, 
Dan N Brinsmade, esq's 
Ebenezer Huntington, 
Rela Peck, esq's 
Shubael Griswold, 
Horace Higlty, esq's 
Roger Rulkley, 
Johu H» Wells, esq'3 
Ebenezer Huntington, 
Shubael Griswold, esq's 
Aaron Austin, 
Jere W. Phelps, esq's. 
Asa Chapman, 
Aaron Benedict, esq's. 
Ebenezer Huntington, 
Wm T Williams, esq's 
Epaphroditus Champion* 
Henry Champion, esq's 
Daniel B Cooke, 
Samuel Rowiahd, esq's 
Shubael Griswold, 
John Caldwell, esq's 

Ebenezer Muntington, 
Wm.T. Williams, esq'* 

Aaron Austin, 
John Cald well, esq's 
Dyer White, 
Nath'l. Rosteter, esq's 
Ebenezer Huntington, 
Shubnel GrhwoM, i-sq's 
Ebenezer Hunt intftod, 
Henry W jb!-. esq s 
'Vaion Austin* 
Jere'h W. Phelps, esq's 
Roger B'llMo-y, 
J0K51 H We Is, esq's 
Henry Champ'ion, 
Roger Bulkley, esq's 



SVarnes of Roads, 
Sharon and 

Cornwall, 
Middletown and 

Meriden, 

Washington, 

Middletbwn and 
Berlin, 

Warren, 

Colchester and 
Chatham, 

Thompson, 

Chatham and 
Marlborough* 

Hartland, 

Durham and 
East Guilford 

KiMingworth and 
Haddara, 

Middletown, Durham 
and New-Haven, 

gjouthingion and 

, Waterbury, 

Pomfret and 
Killingly, 

Mohegan, from N. Lon- 
don, to Norwich, 

Haddam and 
Durham, 

Still River, 



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Capt. Stock. Names oj CommissrH* 
- - A _ 5 Aaron Austin, ^ 

^ 5b3 >Jere'h W. Phelps, esq's 
„ R ,\ John Caldwell, 
7 > 304 S Shubael Griswol 



Shubael Griswold, esq's 



Washington Bridge, ; S0,2l(K 
i 
Hartford Bridge, 

Niautiek Bridge, 



S fi2fij Uriel Ho,mes » 
°»° \ John R. Landon, esq's 
,, . rA J Seth Overton, 
li,95(K g hubael Griswold, esq's 
j Aaron Austin, 
8 /243^ J ere » h Wt Phelps, esq's 

J Seth Overton, 
9,086^ John Parmelee, esq*s 

i Ebenezer Huntington, 
8,822<^ Shubael Griswold, esq's 

I EHphalet Holmes, 
9,080/ Roger Bulkley, esq's 
] Enoch Perkins, 
^ Roger Hooker, esq's 
j Charles Coe, 
' «^ Ich'd L. Skinner, esq's 
| Henry Champion, 
J Roger Bulkley, esq's 
i Nathaniel Rosseter, 
^ Charles Coe, esq's 
| John Kingsbury^ 
— —^ John Mix 5 esq's 

| Ebenezer Huntington, 
3,738 5 Shubael Griswold,' esq's 

j- Ebenezer Hunt'mgUn,, 
— ■«— j Jared Starr, D wight PJp- 
i ley, Lyman Law, esq's 

< Henry Champion, 

| Roger Bulkley, esq's 
— — — <( Aaron Austin, 

Jere'h W. Pbetys, esq's 



Nathaniel Rosseter 



95,29i< 



t S Matthew Griswold, 
""" (Jacob B. Gurley, esq's 



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rlawley's Toll- S94? ? 

Bridge, 5 ' 94 M 

»»:,?««^^* h^m^ I Sam. Rowland, Da?id Burr 

Bridgeport Bridge, ] Sam w John ' 80ll> esq , t 

ii-ij.^,,, t?«— .r 7 Ichabod L. Skinner, 

Middletown Ferry, £ Uavid Churchi||> es ^ 9 

kr^k-^v !?—.._ (Jirah Isham, Nicholl Fob- 

(Saybrook Ferry, \ dick> w w Haughton, 

fT«: rt « r»^«,rv«-.r £E- Champion, Eli Whit* 

Union Company, £ nej> Ebe £ r £ eck> e3q , i% 

if 

Amount of the Grand List, the Pofulation, the 

number of Representative!, in the General 

Assembly, and the number of J vrors tope 

chosen in the several towns in this State* 

HARTFORD CO¥NTY. 





List. 


Population. 


Hep. 


Jurtn 


Hartford 


S 146,377 


6,003 


2 


IS 


Berlin, 


62,264 


2,798 


2 


s 


Bristol, 


23,193 


1,483 


1 


6 


Burlington, 


27,354 


1,467 


1 


6 


Canton, 


27,816 


1,374 


1 


6 


East-Hartford, 


66,235 


3,240 


2 


14 


East-Windsor, 


76,724 


3,0Si 


2 


14 


Enfield, 


43,342 


1,816 


•2 


It 


Farmington, 


74,31 S 


2,74$ 


2 


14 


dastenbury, 


53,245 


2,766 


2 


13 


Granby, 


50,448 


2,696 


2 


10 


Hartland, 


27,910 


1,2$4 


2 


S 


Marlborough, 


20,459 


720 


1 


5 


Simsbury, 


37, Oil 


1,966 


2 


f 


Southingtoo, 


45,209 


1,807 


2 


It 


Suffield, 


51,512 


2,630 


2 




Wethersfield, 


70,155 


3,931 


2 


21 


Windsor, 


60,621 


2,868 


2 


13 




3964,311 


44.732 
S 


32 





114 





NEW-I-IAV 




List. 


Nkw-Haven, 


Si 40,271 


Bran ford. 


55,108 


Cheshire. 


' 55,578 


Derby, 


31,595 


Kast-Haven> 


23,665 


Gailford, 


84,945 


llamden, 


37,014 


Meriden> 


29,436 


Middleburv, 


19,846 


Milford, 


56,29-3 


Nortti-HaTea, 


28,139 


Oxford* 


34,228 


Soutlibury, 


38,152 


Wallingford, 


56,524 


Waterbury, 


57,662 


Wood bridge, 


5i,9l8 


Wolcott, 


19,490 



EN COUNTY. 






Population 


Rep. 


Jurors* 


6,967 


2 


20 


1,932 


2 


20 


2,288 


2 


12 


2,051 


I 


12 


1,209 


1 


& 


3,846 


2 


8 


1,716 


1 


8 


1,249 


1 


8 


847 


1 


X 


2,674 


2 


m 


1,239 


1 


8 


1,453 


1 


a 


1,413 


1 


12 


2,325 


2 


2a 


2,874 


2 


12 


2,080 


2 


12 


952 


1 


* 



gS 19,874 37,064 25 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY, 



New-London. 

Bozrab, 

Col eh ester,, 

Franklin, 

Griswold r 

Grot on, 

Lisbon, 

'Lyme, 

Montvill^, 

•K«rwich, 

Norih-Stonington 

Vreston, 

JStoniiigion, 

Watertoid, 



List. 

343,050 
26,224 
68,128 
£1,762 
41,545 
71,448 
30,600 
8W^86 
5l r 40O 
70,246 

, 46,956 
4>,013 
50,113 
33,412 



SG78,Vi4 
1 Including GrigwohJ. 



Population. Hep. 

5,238 2 

960 l 

2^-97 2 

1,1 ff! 1 

4,451 2 

1,123 1 

4,321 2 

2,187 1 

3,528 2 

2,524 2 

3,284* 2 

3,043 S 

2,185 1 

34,707 2& 



Jurors. 
15 

6 
15 

8 

9 
16 

8 
20 

8 
15 
10 

i) 

8 

6 



115 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 





List. 


Population. 


Eep. 


Jurors 


Fairfihlis, 


$03,303 


4,125 


2 


13 


Danbury, 


74,070 


3,60(J 


2 


12 


Brookfield, 


24,902 


1,037 


1 


6 


Greenwich, 


84,339 


3,533 


2 


10 


Huntington, 


52,t48 


2,770 


2 


9 


New-Canaan, 


36,648 


1,599 


1 


8 


New-Fairfield 


18,387 


772 


1 


8 


Newtown, 


67,176 


2,834 


2 


12 


Norwalk, 


53,183 


2,983 


2 


8 


Hedding, 


48,370 


1,717 


2 - 


10 


KidgeneloV, 


93,936 


2,103 


2 


10 


Sherman, 


23,587 


949 


1 




Stratford, 


55,023 


2,895 


2 


10 


Stamford, 


94,735 


4,440 


2 


10 


Trumbull, 


25,425 


1,241 


1 


5 


Weston, 


60,326 


2>618 


2 


8 


Wilton, 


38,857 


1,728 


1 


6 




§904,612 


40,950 


28 






WINDHAM COUNTY. 






List. 


Population. 


Rep. 


Jurors 


WINDHAM, 


8*1,104 


2,416 


2 


12 


Ash ford,, 


60,048 


2,532 


2 


12 


Brooklyn, 


34,617 


1,200 


1 


8 


Canterbury, 


48,585 


1,812 


2 


12 


Columbia, 


23,036 


834 


1 


5 


Hampton, 


36,929 


1,274 


1 


S 


Killingly, 


48,306 


2,542 


2 


8 


Lebanon, 


70,276 


2,580 


2 


12 


Mansfield, 


66,033 


2,570 


2 


12 


Plainfield, 


43,890 


1,738 


2 


12 


Pom fret, 


59,765 


1,905 


2 


10 


Sterling, 


22,339 


1,101 


1 


7 


Thompson, 


65,796 


2,467 


2 


7 


Voluntown, 


20,864 


1,016 


1 


7 


Woodstock, 


64,921 


2,654 


2 


S 



g72G,599 21,61! 



25 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 





List 


VopulatUn 


LrrcHj'iiLp, 


892,757 


4,639 


Barkhemstead, 


2$,207 


1,506 


Bethlem, 


26,916 


1,118 


Caaaan, 


44,t05 


2,203 


Colebrook, 


27,9 1 4 


1,243 


Cornwall, 


37,806 


1,002 


Goshei, 


46,770 


1,641 


Harwiaton, 


39,445 


1,71$ 


Kent, 


34,579 


1,794 


New-Hartford, 


33,173 


1,507 


New-Milforil, 


79,255 


3,537 


Norfolk, 


33,497 


1,441 


Plymouth, 


4l,C46 


i,SS2 


Roxbury, 


24,760 


1,217 


Salisbury, 


55,044 


2,321 


Sharon, 


57,125 


2,606 


Torringttn, 


43,268 


1,586 


Warren. 


22,614 


1,096 


Washington, 


41,757 


1,575 


Watertawn, 


40,493 


1,714 


Winchester, 


35,143 


1,466 


Woodbury, 


44,555 


1,963 



Rep. 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 

i 

2 
1 
2 



Jurors* 
14 

7 

7 
10 

7 
10 
10 

s 

6 

3 

12 

S 

i 

7 
10 
10 

I 

r 
s 

7 
7 
t 



S030,809 41,375 



38 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



List. 
MlDDLETGWN, Rll5,ll2 



Haddaw, 

t 'hatham, 

Durham, 

East-Haddam, 

Killingworth, 

Saybrook, 



39,619 
54,239 
29,656 
59,053 
53,123 
78,980. 



Vopulation. 
5,382 
2,295 
3,268 
1,101 
2,537 
2,244 
3,926 



&fc»,7$2 20,721 



Hep. 

2 
2 
% 

2 
2 
2 
2 

14 



Jurors. 
28 < 

17 
17 

12 
20 
1? 

2f 



117 

CtftfTY OF TOLLANB. 



" 


List. 


Population. 


Pep' 


Jurors 


TeLLAND, 


g39,65l 


!,«i0 


% 


14 


Bolton, 


20,345 


7*K> 


1 


8 


Coventry, 


55,110 


1,938 


2 


12 


Ellington, 


35,971 


1,344 


1 


10 


Hebron, 


54,937 


2,002 


2 


12 


garners, 


32,975 


1,210 


2 


12 


Stafford, 


41,876 


2,235 


2 


*8 


Union, 


18,690 


752 


2 


S 


Vernon, 


23,870 


827 


i 


S 


WillingtOH, 


26,834 


1,161 


2 


12 




g350,303 


13,770 


17 




Grand Levy of 










the State, 


85,804,328 








Aggregate population 








of the State, 


261,942 






Whole number'ofKepresentatives 


20i. 


AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 


1. 


FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. 





Hon. John Treadwell, esq. President. 

Rev. Samuel Spring, d. d. Vice President. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. d. Recording Secretary. 

Re?. Samuel Worcester, d. d. Corresponding Secretary* 

Jeremiah Evarts, esq. Treasurer. 

Chester Adams, esq. Auditor. 

The Vice-President, \ 

The Corresponding Secretary f The prudential 

The Treasurer, / Committee, 

Rev. Jedediah Morse, d. d. } 



AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, 
Hon. Elias Boudinot, President. 



IIS 

Kon.John Jay, 

Matthew Clarkson, esq. 

Hon. Smith Thompson, 

Hon. John Langdon, 

How. Caleb Strong, 

Hon. William Gray, 

His Ex. John C. Smith. 

His Ex. Jonas Galusha, 

His Ex. WilHam Jones, 

His Ex. Isaac Shelby, 

George Madison, esq. 

Hon. William T Ugh man, ^Vice-Presidents, 

Hon. Bush rod Washington, 

William Wirt, esq. 

Hon. Charles C. Pinekney, 

Hon. William Gaston, 

His Ex. Thos. Worthington, 

Hon. Thomas Posey, 

Hon. James Brown, 

John Bolton, esq. 

Hon Felix Grundy, 

Robert Oliver, esq. 

Joseph Nourse, esq. j 

Rev. John M. Mason, d. d. Secretary for Foreign Cor* 
respondsnce. 

Rev. John B.Romeyn, d. d. Secretary for Domestic Cor- 
respondence. 

Richard Varick, esq. Treasurer. 



COLLEGES, &c. 



YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 

(founded 1700.) 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, s.t.d. ll.d. Presidefit and 

Professor of Divinity. 
Jeremiah Day, a.m. Professor oj Mathematics and Natural 

Philosophy, 
Benjamin Sillimaa, a,m. Professor of Chemistry and Min- 
eralogy. 



119 

James L. Kingsley, a.m. Professor of Languages and 

Ecclesiastical History. 

Vacant, Professor of Law. 

FELLOWS. 



Rev. Hez. Ripley, d.d. 
John Marsh, d-d. 
Andrew Lee, d.d. 
Joseph Strong, d.d. 
Benoni Upson, 



Uev. Amos Rassett 
John Elliott 
Peter Starr 
Elijah Parsons 
Isaac Lewis, d.d. 



The Govenor, Lieutenant Governor, and six senior mem- 
bers of the Council, together with the President and the 
foregoing Fellows, constitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 

William Danilson, a.m. I Denison Olmsted, A M. 
John Witter, a.m. | Elisha Mitchell, am. 

Alexander M. Fisher, A.M. } Frederick Morgan, a.m. 
Hon, James Hillhouse, Treasurer. 
Nathan Beers, Steward. 
Randolph Stone, a. b. Butler. 

The qualifications for admission into the Freshman Class?, 
are as follows : The whole of the Greek Testament ; the 
whole of Virgil ; Cicero's ten Select Oratiens ; Sallust ; 
PalzePs Grxuca Minora; Adams' Latin Grammar, inclu- 
ding Prosody; Goodrich^ edition of Hashenberg's Greek 
Grammar ; Clark^s Introduction ; and Arithmetic. And 
the candidate must be fifteen years old, previous to the Jan- 
uary Vacation, succeeding the Commencement, but he can- 
not join his class nntil he is actually of this age. In all ca- 
ses testimonials of character are required. 

Commencement — 2d Wed nesday of September. 

Vacations. — From commencement, six weeks; from the 
2d. Wednesday of January, three weeks ; and from the 
Wednesday before the second Thursday in May, three 
veeks. 

Number of Graduate* at the last Commencement, 62 

. oooo 

THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION OF YALE-COLLEGK. 

JEneas Monson, m.d, Professor of Materia Meilica and 

Hot any. 
Nathan Smith, m.d. Professor of the Theory and Practice* 

oj Ph^siCy Surgery and Ohtetrichs^ 



120 

Eli Ires, m.d. Adjunct Professor $f Materia Medic* and 

Botany* 
Benjamin SiHiman, a.m. Pvfessor of Chemistry and Phar* 

macy* 
Jonathan Knight, a.m. Professor tfAnaUmy and PhysitU* 

sy- 

The Lectures commence on the first of NoYemfcer, aid 
terminate in the last week of March ; and the examination 
for licenses and degreei is held immediately after. The 
students have access to the Lectures on Natural Philosophy, 
by Professor Day, and on Mineralogy and Geology, by Pro- 
fessor Silliman. They have also access to the Library of 
the Academical, as well as of the Medical Institution. — 
There is a respectable Anatomical Museum, and every de- 
monstration which is needed in that department is given. 

PHI BETA KAPPA. 

The Phi Beta Kappa Society was founded at the Univer- 
sity of Oxford, in England. It was established in, America, 
at the College of William and Mary, in Virginia, on the 6th 
day of December, 1776. A braaeh was instituted at Yale 
College, in January, 1780 ; at Harvard College in July, 1781 ; 
and at Dartmouth College, in 1787. These branches are 
distinguished by the names of the Alpkmof Connecticut, the 
Alpha of Mass&chv setts, and the Alpha of New-Hampshire* 
The branch in Virginia has since become extinct. No char- 
ter can be granted unless by the unanimous approbation e£ 
all the branches. 

The objects of the Institution are to promote friendship 
and science among its member*; and to excite emulation 
among the candidates for admission. Tts influence upon the 
seminaries where it is estahlishrd, has been eminently hap- 
py. No college honor is more anxiously sought for, than as* 
admission isto the Phi Beta Kappa. 
■ %■■»' 

OFFICERS OF TUB ALPHA OP CONNECTICUT^ 

James L. Kingslcy, esq President. 

Sereno F. Dwight, esq. Vice-President. 

Samuel J. Hitehsock, esq. Corresponding Secretary. 



121 

AL?HA OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

Hon. Isaac Parker, ll.d. President. 

Professor Sidney Willard, Vice-President. 

Andrews Norton, a.m. Secretary. 

Professor Levi Hedge, Treasurer. 

MM 

ALPHA OP NEW-HAMPSHIRE* 

Hon. William II. Woodward, President. 

Henry Hutchinson, esq, Vice-President. 

Thomas I. Murdock, a.m. Corresponding Secretary. 

On an application from Union College, Schenectady, X.Y. 
an Alphahzs lately been established in that Institution, to bo 
called The Alpha of the State of Ncxv-York g of which the 
Hon. James Kent, ll.». the Rev. Andrew Yates, d.d. anil 
the Rev. John Chester, are, by charter, constituted mwn* 
bers. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d.d. Principal 
Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of Languages. 
Burrage Beach, osq. Treasurer tind Secretary, 
Anniversary — First Wednesday of October. 
Vacations — From the second Wednesday of Aprilf ^ 01lr 
weeks, and from the first Wednesday of October, foar 
weeks. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Rev. Salmon Cone, Preceptor. 
Vacations — From the first Wednesday in September, thrc» 
weeks ; from the first Wednesday in January, two weeks; 
and from the first Wednesday in May, two weeks. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, (MASS.) 

(Founded AD. 1*36.) 

Rev John Thornton Kirkland, d.d. ll.d. President. 

aron Dexter, m.d. Erving Professor of Chemistry and 

Materia Medina* 



122 

WHllam D. Peck, m.d. Mass. Professor Natural Hist 9ry, 

Rev. Henry Ware, d.d. Hollis Professor of Theology. 

Hon. Isaac Parker, ll.d. Royal Professor oj Law 

Levi Hedge, a.m. College Prof. Log. Metaph. and Ethics* 

Rev. John S Popkin, d.d. College Prof of Greek. 
Rev. Joseph M'Kean, ll d. Boylston Prof. Rht-te. and Or a. 
Sidney Willard, a.m. Hancock Professor Hebrew, and other 

Orient. Lang and Eug. Lang. 
James Jackson, m.d. /Jersey Prof. Theo. and Prao. Med* 

John C. Warren, m.d. Hersey Prof A?iat. and Surgery. 

John Gorham, m.d. Adjunct Prof. Chem. and Mat. Med* 

Levi Frisbie, a.m. College Prof Lat' 

John Farrar, A m. Mollis. Prof .Math and jYat. Phih 

lie v. David Everett, a m. Prof Greek Liter at. 

Andrew Norton, a.m. Librarian, and Dexter Lectiirer. 

Jacob Bigelov, m.d. Lecturer Mat. Med. and Bot. 

Walter Chanfting, m.d. Lecturer Obstetric. 

Joseph G. Kendall, a.m. Tut. Geom. Nat. Phil, and Elem. 

Astron and Registrar. 
Jonathan M. Waimwright, a.m. Instruc. Rhet. and Orat. 
John Brazer, a.b. Tutor Lat. 
Allston Gibbs, am. Proctor. 
Henry Ware, a.m. Assistant Librarian. 
Charles Folsam, a b. Regent. 
Thomas Savage, a.b. Proctor. 
N. Faucon, Instruc. French Lang. 
Commenceme?U—hast Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — From Commencement, four weeks; from the 
fourth Wednesday in December, seven weeks ; and from 
the third Wednesday in .May, two weeks. 

Number ©f Graduates at the last Commencement, 58« 

WILLIAMS COLLEGE, (MASS ) 

(Incorporated June 22, 1793.) 

Rev. Zephaniah Swift Moore, d.d. President. 

Rev. Alvin Hyde, d.d. Vice-President. 

Vacant, Professor of Law and Civil Polity. 

Chester Dewey, am. Professor of Mathematics and Nat* 

ural Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

Ebenezer Kellogg, a.m. Professor of Languages. 

Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 



123 

IVcbcaiions— First, three Weeks from Commencement. — 
|[co»d, seven weeks from the 4th. Wednesday in December, 
fihird, three weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 
(Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 15. 

mm Q if 

BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 

AT BRUNSWICK, (ME ) 

(Incorporated June 24, ]794.) 
Rev. Jesse Appleton, d.d. President* 
»hn Abbot, a m. Professor of Latin and Greek Lan» 

gauges* 
'arker Cleaveland, a.m. a. a.s. Professor of Mathematics; 
and Natural Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemis- 
try and Mineralogy. 
ev. William Jenks, a.m. Professor of the Oriental Lan* 
guages and of English Language. 
Commencement. — First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations.— First, 4 weeks from CommeRcemenr. 
econd, 6 weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 
'hird, 3 weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 
Nember of Graduates at the last Commencement, 10. 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, (R % I.) 

(Incorporated 1764.) 
Rev. Asa Messer, d.d. ll.d. President, 
Kan. David Howell, ll.d. Professor of Law. 
Rev. Calvin Park, a.m. Vrofessor of Mortfl Philosophy 

and Metaphysics. 
Tristam Burges Esq. Vrofessor of Oratory and Belle* 

Lettres* 
William Ingalls, m d. Vrofessor of Anatomy and Surgery* 
Solomon Brown, m.d. Vrofessor of Materia Me die a and 

Botany. 
Levi Wheaton, M d. Vrofessor of the Theory and Practice 

of Vhysic. 
John M. Eddy, m.d. Adjunct Vmfessor of Anatomy and 

Surgery. 
John Maekie, m.d. Vrofessor of Chemistry. 

Commencement.— -First Wednesday in September 



Vacations —First^ 3 weeks from Commencement^ 
Second, 8 weeks from the last Wednesday in December, ita, 

Third 9 u-opItb fWtm tV.A fMn«l W^f,» ,U« i*. Af^„ 



Third. 2 weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement. 33 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, (N.H.) 

(Founded in 1769.) 
Rev. Frauds Brown, a.m. President. 
Rev. Roswell Shurtleff, a.m. Professor of Divinity, 
Kbenezer Adams, esq. a.m. Professor of Mathematics «;>d 

J\ atural Philosophy. 
Cyrus Perkins, m.d. Professor of Anatomy and Surgery, 
"Vacant Projessor of 'Latin, Greek and Hebrew Languages. 
Reuben D. Mussey, m. d. Professor of the Theory 'and 

Practice of Physic and Materia Medica. 
Daniel Oliver, m.d. Lecturer on Chemistry. 

Comtneiicement. — Fourth Wednesday in August. 
Vacations. — First 4 1-2 weeks from Commencement 
Second, 8 1-2 weeks from the 1st Monday in January. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement. 21. 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. 

IN AND OVER. 
(Founded A D, 1S07.) 
Board of Trustees. Rer. Eliphalet Pearson, ll.d. Pres- 
ident. Hon. Oliver Wendell, Esq Vice-President. Mark 
Newman, esq. Clerk. Samuel Farras, esq. Treasurer. — 
Rev. Jedediah Morse, dd Hon. John Phillips, of Boston 
Hon. John Phillips, of Andover. Hon. Josiah Quincy. 
Rev. Daniel Dana, D.t>. Rev. Abiel Holmes, d.d. John 
Adams, a.m. Mr. Samuel H. W alley. 

Board of Visitors. William Burtlott, esq. President. — 
Rev. Samuel Spring, d.d. Secretary. Rev. Timothy 
T)wight, d.d» ll.d, Mos.s Brown, Esq. Hon. George 
Bliss, esq. 

PROTE5SORS. 
Rev. Ebenezer Porter, d.d. Bartlet Professor of Sacred 

Rhetoric. 

Rev. Leonard Woods, v.v. Abbot Professor of Christian 

Theokgy. 



125 

ev. Moses Stuart, a.m. Assoc. Professor §f Sacred Litera- 
ture. 
Vacations.— First, 6 weeks from the Thursday following 
ie 1st Wednesday in May. 

Second, weeks from the Thursday following the fourth 
Wednesday in September. 

Public examination, 4th Wednesday in September. 
Regular time of admitting Students, at the beginning cC 
|he winter term. 

n t WO ■ 

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 

(Incorporated Nov. 1S00.) 

Rev. Henry Davis, d.d. President. 

lion. Daniel Chipman, ll d. professor of Luw. 
Frederick Hall, a. as. c.a.s. n.y. p.s. &c. Professor oj 

Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 
R«v, John Hough, a.m. Professor of Divinity. 
Rev. Gamaliel S. Olds, a.m Professor of Vhemistry* 
Solomon M. Allen, a.m. Professor of Languages. 

Commencement — Thirfl Wednesday in August. 

Vacations.— First, 3 weeks from Commencement. 
Second, 10 weeks from the 1st Wednesday in January. 

Number of Graduates at the last Commencement. 



UKION COLLEGE, AT SCHENECTA^ 

DY, (N. V.) 

Rev. Efiphalet Nott, v. d. President. 
Hev. -Andrew Yates, d. -D.Professsr of Moral Philosophy 

and Logic* 
Thomas M'Auley, a.m. Pre feasor of Mathematics and 

Natural Philosophy. 
Thomas C. Brownell, Professor of Belle Lettres and Chen* 

istry. 
Pierre Gregoire Reynard, Professor of French Language. 
Cemmencement.^-Fo*vth Wednesday of June. 
Vacations.— First, from Commencement 7 weeks, 
^eciudj i& Dweober 3 weekly Third* ia April 3 veek^ 



125 

HAMILTON COLLEGE, IN ONEIDA 

COUNTY, (N.-Y.) 

(Incorporated in 18 1 2.) 

Rev. Azel J'ackus, b.d, President. 

Seth Norton, a.m. Professor of Latin and Greek Lcrngua 

ges. 
Josiah Noyes, u.j>. Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy 

and Lecturer on Natural Philosophy, 
Theodore Strong, a.m. Professor of Mathematics. 
Commencement. — Third Wednesd&y in September. 
Vacations. — First, from commencement 6 weeks. 
Second, from the first Wednesday in February. 3 Weeks 
Third, from the third Wednesday in May, 4 weeks. 

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AN) 
SCIENCES. 

Edward H. Holyoke, m.d. President, 
John T. Kirkland d.d. ll.c Vice-President. 
Hon. George Cabot, "V 

Tlev. John Lathrop, b.d. j 

Caleb Gannet, Esq. | 

Moa. John Davis, ll.d. 

Rev. James Freeman, d.d. yCQUtiCillort, 
Aaron Dexter, m. d. 
Hon. Thomas Dawes, 
Rev Henry Ware d d. 
Charles Bulfinch, esq. 
Wm. D. Peck, Vrof Nat. Ilis.^ 

John Farrar, Prof Math. Recording Secretary. 
Hon. Josiah Quincey, Corresponding Secretary. 
Thomas L. Winthrop, esq. Treasurer. 
John C.Warren, m.d. Vice-Treasurer. 
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CONNECTICUT 

ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

(Incorporated October 1799*) 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, d.d. ll.d. President, 
His Excellency John Cotton Smith, \ 
Gen. David Humphrey ( y ice ^ re9 i c i entr 

Hon.. lames Hillhousc, I 

Mis Honor Jona. Ingersolf, j 

Hon. John Trumbull, "^ 

Hon. Simeon Baldwin, 7 

Hon. David Daggett, )> Councillors, 

Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d n. ; 

Hon. Roger M. Sherman, J 

Enoch Perkins, esq. "Y 

Sylvanus Backus, esq. > Corresponding Sec-r9, 

Jerermah 3)ay, esq, J 

Dr. Jonathan Knight, Rettoyding Secretary, 
Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer. 

President Dwight, ) 

Professor Hay, > Committee $f Publications, 

Professor Silliman, \ 
Annual meeting 4th Tuesday of October. 
Dr. Jonathan Knight, 1st Orator, and the Rev. Jeremiah? 
Atwatcr, iv d. 2d Orator at the next annual meeting. 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, 

Captain General and Commander in Chief, 
Col. Joseph Trumbull, t a- i j r* * 
Col. William M Smith, \ ***•*•<**»* 

HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, 

Lieutenant- General. 
Major Ralph F. Ingersotl,^ a . , , „ ,, 
Major K*g<* S. filld**** Al ™-'<r- Cam l h 



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bf ajor-General Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant-Genera* * 
, Major Henry Hudson, 7 a . , . #*„;** 

Major Wolcott Huntington, J •** *^«»*- 
Quarter-Master-Genend. 
Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master General. 

jGOVgRNOR'S GUABDS. 



AT HARTFORD,. 
xjorse, Daniel Buck, Major Commandant. 
1st. Company, Barzillai D IJuck, 1st Lieutenant 
Robert W. Ramsdelh 2d Lieutenant 
Charles Green leaf, Cornet 
foot. Richard E- Godwin, Major-Commandani 
Ut. Company. Philo Hillyer, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 
James M. Goodwin, 2d Lieutenant 
Samael Church, 3d Lieuteaant 
George Beach, 4th Lieutenant 
Caleb Goodwin, Ensiga. 

AT WEWr'HAVEN, 

HOU3E. Enos A, Prescott, Major-Commandant 
%d. Company. Samuel Newton, jr. 1st Lieutenant 
Edwin E. Lewis, 2d Lieutenant 
Henry Hug gins, Comet 

foot. Timothy-Bishop, Major-Ceramandant 
2cL Company' Ezekiel Hotchkiss, Capt. and 1st Lieut, 
Hezekiah Hotchkiss, jr. 2d Lieutenant 
William B. Wallace, 3d Lieutenant 
William C. Atwater, 4th Lieutenant 
Daniel Brown, 2d. Ensign. 

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INFANTRY. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 
Levi Lusk, esq. Major General- 



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FIRST BRIGADE. 

gompvising the first, sixth, fourteenth, and seventeenth reg- 
iments. 
Moses Tryon, jun. esq. Brigadier-General. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Formed from Hartford, (excepting the soeiety of West. 
Hartford )Windsor,(excepting such pail thereof as lies within 
the soeiety of Turkey Hills,) East-Hartiord, East-Windsor, 
that part of Farmington, and that part of Simshury which 
lies within the society of Wintonbury. 

.lames Loomis, Colonel 
David Abbe, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Robert T. Mather, Major 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Wm. Wadswortk John Humphreys Edward Good w 19. 
Vacant Henry Loomis 

Martin Rockwell Rbenezer Gibbs 
Moses Ensign Joseph P. Jones 

freneus Brov^p Pierpont Hollister Hanan Cooley 
John F Waters Erastus Barber Elijah Filley 
Charles S. Phelps Henry Osborne 
John Palmer David Holcomb 

Flank Companies* 
^Stephen Heaih Clark Mackintosh 
William Johnson Dyer White 



Augustus Drake 
Ozias Bbsell 
Anson Porter 



Asahel Loomis 
Avery Parsons 

Horatio Nobles 
John Salter 



SIXTH REGTMENT. 
Formed from Middleman, JVeathersfield, Glastonbury, 
#nd the society of Worthington in Berlin. 
Martin Kellogg, j .. Colonel 
Josiah Sagtf, Lieutenant -Colonel 
James Sellew, Ma^r 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

George Crane Simeon Churchill Sylvester Havens 

Robert Johnson Sd ah North iohja kodgers 

Noah Tryon Chaun* Strieklan d /vmoa H. Treat 

Edmond Bulk ley Austin Rabbins William Robhins 
Isaac Webber Nath'l Boardman Joseph Williams 

Aaron C. Sears Beia Coe Fairchild Camp 

Walter Hale George Covell Asahel Holister 

Joseph Galpin jr. Fresiann Howard George Hart 



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Flank Companies, 
Thomas Silt George W. Bu 51 Rarzillai Sage- 

Joseph Camp Simeon Stoddard Josiah W. Bristol 

FOURTEENTH RE(H*fENT. 
Formed from Farminglcn* (excepting such part thereo 
as lies within the society of Wintonbury,) Burlington, Bristol 
Southington, the society of West- Hartford, and Berlin, ex 
cepting the society of Worthington. 

George Cowles, Colonel 
Mo3es Goodman, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Timothy Cowles, Major 
Chpiains. lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Uorato Willoft Samuel Dickinson Edward Whitman 

Isaac Bctsford Richard Cowles Chester Kellogg 

Setfc J. Norlh Jonathan Beiden*j'rJoseph Wright 

Tracy Peck Abner Bailey " Daniel Hill 

Isaac Shepard Stephen Walkley Riley Tisdale 

David Selden Samuel Murlbut^d. George Flagg 

Thad. L.ThompsonSidney Porter -Francis Woodruff , 

Abraham PettiboneGiles Griswold Samuel Peek 

Flunk Companies. 
Chanacey Sweet Mark Thompson John Thompson, jp 
Pliilo Barnes Charles Grannis Hoot Grklley 

SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT* 

Formed from Suffield, Granby, Simslmry, (excepting so 
much theroof as lies within the socily of Wiolonbury,) thai 
part of Windsor, which lies within the society of Turketj 
iiiSls, ond Canton, excepting such part thereof as forme-rl< 
belonged to New-Hartford. 

Arnold P. Humphreys, Colonel 

Jesse P. Holeomb, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Ezra Adams, Major 

Captains. Lieutemnts. Fnslgns. 

Tames Cornish Asa Cornish Nathan Case 

Simon Kendall David Beeman Alfred Sikes 

Dudley HumphreysStephen Case Linus Moses 

Walter Thrall Charles Buck Lot Thompson 

Loring Humphreys Ralph Dyer Jedidiah Wilcox,j'fr 

Appollos Phelps Jona. M. Vietz Vacant 
James Huggins,jr. Joab Griffin, jr. Arden Holcomb 
lohn Viete Erastus Robinson Moses Tibbitta 



Samuel Norris 
Isaac Phelps 



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Flank Companies. 
Roswell A' lams 
Leeman Reed 



Salmon Ensign 
Stirling Reed 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the second, seventh, tenth, and twenty-second 

regiments. 

Hezekrah Howe, esq. Brigadier-General. 

SECOND REGIMENT. 
Formed from New-Haven, East-Haven, Milfbrd, Derby, 
Oxford, and the society of Amity, in Woodbridge. 
William Fenn, Colonel 
Elisha Punderson, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Gideon Riggs, Major 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Sam" p .l Witmott Isaac Mix John Hernstead 

Stephen B. Ford Andrew Heard Eliakim Ijotsfjbrd 

Eli Gilbert Bradford Smith Grinley Harrison 

David Jackson Isaac Thompson Lewis Reeroer 

James Thompson Elias Bradley Aeahel Smith 

Horace Candee Cliauncey M. HatehDlvine Chatfield 
Asa Bassett Samuel Bassett, 2J. Bemiet Lurn. 

Raymond Baldwin Andrew Clark Vacant 

Flank Companies, 
Michael Peck, jV Nathaniel Smith Nathan I'latt 
Sophos Staples Thos. G.VVoodwardSamuel J .Hitchcock 

SETENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Durham, KilUngxvorth, Saybroo'k and Had* 
dam, excepting that part thereof which lies On the east s : do 
of Conner tic ut River. 

John Brainetd, 2d. Colonel. 

Joseph Shipman, 2d. Lieutcnaot-Colonel 

Obadiah Platts, Major 

Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Benjamin Dowd Richarc| Cbalkef 
Aaron Brainerd Thomas Sbailer 
Nathaniel Wilcox John Nettleton, 2d. 
Richard Hubbard 



Captains. 
William Ingham 
Gideon Higgins 
Aaron Wilcox 
Ichabod Camp 
Jabez Souihworth Joha Bulbj'r 



Joseph P. Camp 
Barnabas Bates 



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Aaron Bushneil, 2d.Lamsou Redwood 
Eleazer Clark Samuel Colt 

Sylvester Brainerd. Job Hubbard, j'r 

Fianh Companies* 
George Buell Leet Hard 

Vacant Vacant 



William H. Lay 
Arrsel South worth 
Sylvester Hubbard 

Silas Carter 
Vacant 



TENTH RFCflMEKT. 
m Formed from Guilford, Branford, North-Haven and Wal- 
lingford. 

Jeremiah Parmefee, Colonel 
William Marks, Lieutenant-Colonel 

, Major 

Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

David Par melee George A. Foote 
Ira Andrews William Mix 

Chandler Barker William R. Johnson 



Captains. 
Samuel H. Stone 
William Todd 
Joel Jones 
Jesse Brockett 
Curtiss WiScocks 
,Malachi Cooke 
Joseph Chidsey 
Josiah Cohan 



Pierpont Brockett Andrew Pierpont 
Hubbard Grave Jonathan Scranton 
Dennis Talmadge Jason Page 
Cyrus Benton Erastus Dudley- 

Anson Field David Dudley 

Flank Companies. 
John B. ChittendenWilliam Hart Joel Parmelee, j'r 

Caleb Cook, j'r Asaph Hall John B. Johnson 

1|| : TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT 

Formed from Wattrbury, Wolectt, Cheshire, Meridee, 
Hamden, and the society of Bethany, in Woodbridge. 
Lemuel Porter, Colonel. 
Samuel Peck, Lieutenant Colonel. 
% Thaddeus Street, Major* • . 

Cap! aim. Lieutenants* Ensig?is: 

Bela Welton Pliny Sheldon Ransom? Scovill 

Vacant Phinel.as T. Ives Thomas D. Morss 



Lymsn Collins Samuel Yule Levi Yale 

JLevi Wooster Ashbel Stephens Chester Beebe 

GrdeonM.HofchkiesS^mud Castle. Curtis Hotchkis> 

Nathan Nettleton Ailing Thomas Edm A. Wooding 
Leyerett Tuttle HezVh Brocket 3d. Am. Dickermati, jr 



amcs Brown 
Albert licnliam 



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Flank Companies. 
Gideon Piatt Samuel Root 

Jacob Robinson Levi Smith 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades. 
Jirah I&ham, esq. Major-General. 

THIRD MUGABE. 

omprising the third, eighth, eigkteenth, and twentieth 
regiments. 
William Williams, jun. esq. Brigadier General. 

THIRL) REGIMENT. 
Formed from New London, Waterford, Lyme, MontriHe, 
he society of Millington in East-Haddam, and the society 
fNew-Salem. in Colchester. 

William Moore, 4ih. Colonel 
Increase Wilson, Lieutenant Colonel 
Samuel C. Selden, Major 
(kipiains. JAeutenants. Fnsigns. 

\sa Whiteman Elisha tieckwith Solomon Rogers, j'r 
Sylvester ChampionJohn Anderson Charles W. Wait 
Jrlando Raymond Guy Dolbear John G Whaley 

Uchard Huntley Jonathan Chapel Joseph A Smith 
Jeremy Fox Elisha Caulk*ns 

Ab'm E. Perkins Vacant 
Mark Dodge Samuel Beckwita 

Lynde L Latimer Azel F. Rogers 
Flank Companies. 
Wyllys Hall Joseph C Sistarr* 

Samuel S Warner William Spenee 



Samuel Green 
[ohn C Ely 
\very Morgan 
laron Douglass 

Thomas S. Badet 
Samuel C Selden 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Croton, Stonington, North-Stonington and 
Volantown. 

Nathan Wheeler, Colonel 
Nathan Pendleton, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Stephen Billings, Mpjor 
Captains* Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

Horatio G. Lewis Daniel Frink Francis Amy 

Jonathan Fish Henry Hardin Roswell Packer 



Asa A. Swan 
Daniel Stanton 
J, -.cob Gallup * 
]J»niel CeniJy 
Phlneas \\ heeler 
Noyes Palmer 

John Barber 

Daniel Carr 



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Samuel Prentice 
John Tillinghasit 
Jonathan HuvenS 
Wit' Jam Prink 
Klias Hewitt, j'r 
Joseph D.Mason 
Flank Companies 
Kzra Qriiftil 
Gideon Chapman 



Cyrus Swan 
George Bassett 
John H. M ox ley 
Joseph Boon eld 
Hos.veli R. Avery 
William Bailey 

A sa Park 

Benj. PeahodyJ'r 



E J G H T«E EN Til E F? G I M F N T. 
Formed from. ISiorwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Griswold, Lis 
bon, Lebanon and Preston, 

Stephen B. Allyn, Colonel 

James Clark, juu. Lieutenant Colonel 

Vacant Major 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Gavit 
Breed Brown 
Brewster Lee 
Stephen Tracey 
James Ave; ill 
Reuben Bishop 



Captains. 
Etaatus Coit 

William Palmer 
William £ TiiiU 
A Win Abel 
Joseph Lester 
Bishop Buruham 
Paul Harvey 
Guy Hough 

Charles French 



Ensigns. 
Nathaniel Gilbert 
Barton I). Kimball 
Andrew Lathrop 
Jonathan Baiiy 
Frederick Brewster 
Kyal Hartshorn 
fiphr'm. Benjamin James Avery 
William Kelley William L. Crocker 
Flank Companies* 
Dan'l Carpenter Asa Peck 



Oliver Kingsley, j'r John Johnson, j'r Silas Champion 

TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Chatham, Colchester, (excepting the socie- 
ty of Xew-Salem,) East-Haddain, (excepting the society of 
MiiHu;>t(>n,) Hebron, Marlborough, and that part of llad- 
ilam wtich lies on the east side ot Connecticut river. 
Jeremiah Taylor, Colonel. 
Guy Bigeipw, Lieutenant Colonel. 
■ ■■ ■■■ , Major. 

Captain*' Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

Ozias Holmes Azariah Smith Jehiel Amiable 

George Clark Sj Wester Munger Henry J . StcPng 

Thomas Scldcu, jV Simeon Seidell Jacob Tucker 



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imel Rigelow Mosely Talcott Sylvester Gilbert 

sa smith Rattiuet HuntingtouGeo. R. Chapman 

seph Staples Orrin Staples Edward C Dodge 

ath'l. Markham Olmstead Gates Nath'l. G. Cftae 

|miuel 'Falcott Olivet* Wilcox Diodate Post 

Flank Companies. 

lizur Abby Vacant Philip Sage 

ierce Darrow Levi Collins Benjamin Taylor 

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FIFTH BRIGADE. 

fomprising the fifth, eleventh, nineteenth, and twenty third 

regiments. 

John Salter, esq. Brigadier General 

FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, Brooklyn* 

Mainneld, Sterling, and the south society in Killingiy. 

David Young, Colonel 

George W. Gordon, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Andrew T. Judson, .Major 



Captains. 
3an Lincoln 
irastus Lester 
^vel Cady 



Lieutenants, 
Festus tteed 
David Kinyon 
Ward Woodward 



Jonathan Kinsley jr.David L. Fuller 



Spencer Lvon 
f nomas l/tley, j'r 
'.emuel Dor ranee 
imon Hatchins 

arvey Fuller 
|£ainuel L. Hough 



Ira Adams 
James Abbott 
Seth W. Brown 
Daniel Hill 
Flank Companies. 

Samuel S. Moscley Hez. Hammond 
N<*he. Ensworth Festus Hyde 



Ensigns. 
Henry Huntington 
Ephraim Med bury 
Joseph Prince 
Daniel Tracy 
Russel Park 
Daniel Burnham,j'r 
Joseph D. Kenyon 
Aaron Rude 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thompson, 
and Killingiy, excepting the south society. 
Jonathan May, Colonel 
Samuel Crawford, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Solomon Sikes, Major 
Captains. Lieutenants' Ensigns* 

Job Williams - Jeremiah Fields George Sharpe 
William Lyon, 3d. George Boweu James Lyon. * 



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Parke* Carpeater William AlexanderCharles Beck 

Vacant 

Benjamin Bradford 

John Bates, j'r 

Darius Barlow 

Vacant 






Moses Holmes 
Stephen Holme* 



Calvin Day 

Isaac Hibbard 

Samuel Dyke 

Dolphus Childs 

Abner Badger 

Flank Companies. 

"Wm. Chamberlain James Wheaton, j'r ' 

Eleazer Keith Abra'm Tourtelott 



Zebedee Mitchel 
Luther Ransom. 
Peyton R. Phipps 
Lathrop Clark 
Willard Badger 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT, 
Formed From Tolland, Enfield, Ellington, Stafford, Soma 
ers and Yernon. 

Amamh Kibbe, jr. Colonel. 

Jabez. King, Lieutenant Colonel, 

John Kingsbury, Major, 



Captains. Lieutenants, 

Jonah (Sriswold, jr.Philip Parsoas 



Roger Barber 
Oliver Collins 
Alvm Hyde 
Luke Kibbe 
Clark Foster 
John A. Hall 
Jona. Johnson, jr. 

Eliphalet Collins 
Amos Harvey- 
Elijah Whiton 



Nathan Charter 
Horatio Kibbe 
Oliver Hyde 
John Phelps 
Ebenezer Smith 
Oliver H. King 
Apollos Spelman 
Flank Companies, 
Lorain T. Pease 
Rufug Leonard 
Jeduthan Paulk 



Ensigns* 
Horajce Metcalf 
Jeremiah Baker 
Richard Pease, j'r 
Eli Hyde 
Calvin Hall 
Josiah Kimball 
Curtis Crane 
Joseph Johnson 

Joseph lngrafeam 
David Belcher 
Alfred Benton 



TWENTY-TRIED REGIMENT. 
Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coventry^ 
Bolton, and Willfcgton. 

Samuel West, jr. Colonel 
Joseph Merrick, 2d Lieutenant Colonel 
Daniel F. Hibbard, Major 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

Elias Robinson Simeon Allen, jr. Steph. Barrows, jr. 

James White David Robinson Elias Palmer, jr. 

Benjamin Lyman Norman Little George Loomis 
Aaron Farmer Ebenezer Strong Sylvester Skinner 
Vacant Isaac Nile! Philip Porter, jr. 



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Chester Daggett Ahlen Baker James Wn *ht 

l)yer Carpenter Elias Scarborough Benjamin Franklin 
Asahel Kimball Ezekiel Chapman Abner Whiton 

Flank Companies. 
Vacant Koyal Dunham Peter Campbell 

Horatio Woodward Amos Bugbee Nathan Preston 

THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth and sixth Brigade!. 
Elisha Sterling, esq Major* General. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fourth, ninth, fifteenth, and twenty-four tfe 

regiments, 

Enoch Foote, esq. Brigadier-General. 

FOURTH REGIMENT, 
Formed from Fairneld,Stratford, Trurabulljand Huntingtiu* 
Gershom Burr, Colonel 
Lewis Fairchild, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Eli L. Hawley, Major 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Robert Knapp Azor Osborne Ephraim Jennings 

Joseph S. Porter Josiah Gorham Samuel B. Pecfc. 
Isaac Bennet Burr Meeker Vacant 

Matthew Curtisa John Standish Robert Wilson 

Daniel Gould Peter Winton Elbert Banks 

Stiles JudsoB,j'r James Wheeler John Fairchild 
David Hawley, jV Eli Gilbert Win. R. Edward* 

Wiliiam Clark William Richards Vacant 

Flank Companies' 
EUhu Beach Federal Brinsmaid Simeon French 

Vacant Vacant Vacant 



NINTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Norwa'k, Stamford and Greenwick. 

Ebenezer Mead, jun. Colonel 

Charles Ilanford, Lieutenant-Colonel 

^eth Mead, Major 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensiftu, 

Peter Smith, j'r John Sellick Horace Waterburj 

jtfc&h Meed Fred. Lockwood Isaac Peck, 4th. 



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Joseph Boutou Asa Benedict Andrew Aikin 

,JTabe»z Adams Samud Gore-ham Daniel Miner, j'r 

Nathaniel Knapp Jonas Howe Benjamin W.Lyon 

Hobby Bfeil Kosv/ell Mead Charles Weed 

George Reynolds Benjamin Smith ,j'rJacob Dayton 

Fhilo Weed Jacob Stephen, j'r Luther Weed 

Flunk Companies* 

Smith C!av/son William M. Smith Vacant 

Israel Peck Jonas Mead Vacant 

FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed Horn Danbury, (excepting so much thereof as is 
included in the society of Ridgebury,) Newtown, New-Mil- 
ford, (excepting such part thereof as lies within the society 
of New-Preston,) Brookfield, New- Fail field and Sherman. 
Elias Starr, Colonel 
Noah S. Barnum, Lieutenant Coloael 
Levi Hubbcll, Major. 
pp.pt aim. LieulevMHte. Ensigns. 

Zatiock Benedict Eli Green David Hamilton 

William Mygatt Justus Miles Henry Jackson 

Goold Curtiss, jr. Sueton Shepherd Kiah B. Fairchild 
John L. Andrews Eli Benedict Stiles Wakely 

Elias Stevens Jonathan II. Taylor Walter Chase - 

Ormond Lobdell Ezra Oobora Darius Bristol 

William Giddings Vacant Vacant 

Nathaniel Randall Daniel A. Treat Levi* Morris 
Flank Companies, 
Isaac S cudder 



Vacant 

Horace Hungerford Samuel Giddings 



R. Blackman, j'r 
Wiiliston Stewart 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Reading, Ridgefield, including the whole 
.society of Ridgebury, Weston, Wilton, and New-Canaan. 
William Belden, Colonel 
Ezra Benedict, Lieutenant Colonel 
Bcajamiu A. Darling, Major 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

David Dorsey Harvey Keeler Walter Dauchy 

William Dudley Ira Betts Joseph Beluea 

Joseph Hawley, jr. Lemuel Adams Sturges Fanton 
Hid ley Seymour David Chichester Samuel Sellick 



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|piHin-iafi Godfrey Albeit Lnekwoud Ebenezer Xoyes 

Josiah Dikoman Nehemish Keclei* Clark licneiiict 
[Joseph L. Darling » -rati ibid Winton Thomas Hunks, jp. 
I Vacant Phinehas Chapman William Meeker 

Flank Companies 
[Samuel Smith Bradley Lcc Nathan Pmith 

Illez'Rh. St. John David Lock wood Samuel Hfcyt 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the twelfth, thirteenth* sixteenth, and twen- 
| ty -first regiments. , 

Hussel C. Aberr.ethy, Brigadier-General. 

TWEL FT H REGIME X T . 
Formed from Southbury, Middle bury, Watertown, 
Woodbury, Bethlem, lloxbury, Washington, and so much 
of the towns of New-Mi!iord and Kent, ; lie within the so- 
ciety of New- Preston. 

William French, Colonel 

Noble Day, Lieutenant Colonel 

Seymour Knapp, Major 

Captains. Lieutenants, Ensigns. 

Asahel Mitchel Thomas Root Samuel Sherman 

Aaron Hicoek Adam Lumm, jr. Cyrus Mitchel 

Adam C Casson Abner Strong Asahel Stilson 

James Tuttle Harvey Stoddard. 



Daniel T Mitchel Phiio Clark 
Birdsey Beardsley Ebenezer Evitts 
Squire Hurl but Moses Squire 
Eben : Abbot Stephen Stone 

Flank Companies. 
Chauncey Craft3 Judson Blackmail John Brush 
Amiel P. Pierce Gamaliel Benham. Ebenezer Johnson 



John Partree, jun. 
Starr Titus 
Samuel Averill 
Charles Thomas, jr. 
Lamberton Munsoa 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Canaan, Salisbury, Sharon, Cornwall, and 
Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within the soci«» 
ty of New -Preston. 

Phiio Mills, Colonel 

John H. Pierce, Lieutenant Colonel 

Amos Hunt, Major 



Captains. 
Salmon Pease 
Ira Eaton 
Chesterfield King 
Abiel Ghapin 
Stephen Bonny 
Henry Post 
Walter Johnson 
Joseph Miles 

Ebenezer Harris, jr 
Josiah Hopkins jr. 
John C Coffin 
Elijah Skiff 



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Lieutenants, 
Asahel North 
Barnabus Hatch 
Silas A. Gray 
John Russell, jr. 
Daniel Everiss, j'r 
Asahel nee be 
Jared S. Harrison 
Erastus Lord 
Flank Companies 
• David White 
Nathan Hart 
Samuel B. Davis 
Silas Norton 



Ensigns. 
William Wateoa 
Abijah Hubbel 
Seabury Smith 
Daniel Brewster 
Eiias Hart, jr. 
Charles Burrall, jr. 
Horace Tapper 
Augustus B. Swift 

Serena B. Jiilett 
James Wadsworth. 
Chauncey Reed 
John M. Raymond 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT, 
Formed from L'tchfielcl, Goshen, TorringtOB, Harwing- 
lon* Plymouth and Warren. 

Morris Woodruff, Colonel 
Uriel Tuttle, Lieutenant Coloncr 
William Beebe, Major. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

John T Mansfield Normand Buel Ftenry Whjuicsey 

Jonathan North Th'u. S. Luddington Vacant 
Jeremiah Holt Robert H. Austin Lu man Banc -ft 

Warren Lo«mis Reuben Loomis Moses Drake, jr. 
Stephen Russel Samuel Wright Jonathan Wriphc Cd 
Eli Curtiss Jacob Turner Laac Newton 

Luther Cook Peter M. Bissel GrisM, Woodword 

Dan Carter Asahel Wedge Augustus Coleman 

Flank Coir panics 
Ambrose Norton David Marsh 
Walter Prentice Henry Birch 



Sedley Woodward David Fenn 



Eben'i . W. Bowles 
Uri Merwin 
Lyman Dunbar 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

Formed from Norfolk, Colebrook, Barkh amp stead, ITart- 

land, Winchester, New-Hartford, together with that part of 

Canton which formerly belonged to New. Hartford. 

Nathaniel Hayricn, Colonel. 

Jasper Bid well, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Israel Williams, Major. 



Captains. 
Ira Ben ham 
Kethuel Beeman, 
Daniel Phelps 
Daniel Richardson 
Thomas Ferry 
George; G. Gilman 
Asa j3 id well 
Elizur Hinsdale 

Luther Phelps 
William Goodwin 



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Lieutenants. 
Elizur Curtiss 
Tlioraas Sugden 
F»sk Beech 
Drayton Jo.ies 
Augustus R- Pease 
Arnold Ouiman 
Levi Hitchcock, jr. 
Josiah Smith, jr. 
Flank Companies. 
Henry Porter 
Harry Cowles 



Ensigns. 
Horace Kellogg 
Jonathan Rathbone 
Jamei> Stanuard 
Abiel Case 
Joseph Gavlord, 2d. 
Nath'l Gavlord,jr. 
Daniel Mills 
Elisha Smith 

Hezek'h Wakefield 
Elisha Case 



BRIGADE OF CAVALRY. 

Consists of ftve Regimewts of feww Troops each, retained 

from the former eight regiments. 

Stephen F. Palmer, esq. Brigadier-General. 

Elon Gleason, Aid-de Camp. 

Charles Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Edmund Howe, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



FIRST ilEGIMEKTt. 

Peter B Gleasoa, Colonel 
Epaphras h. Phelps, Major 
Vacant, adjutant. Sheubael Bartlett, chaplain, Bcnoni 
Stiles, jr. quarter-master- Jabez T. Taylor, pay-master. 
John Wm Hanohett, surgeon. Eiiel D. &miih, surgeons- 
mate. 

First Troop. 
Asaph Tuller, captain 
Joseph Pinney, tet/ieut. 



Erastus Graham, 2d lieut. 
Miles Foote, cornet 
Second Troop. 
John Collins, captain 
SamtteJ Beleiset, 1st lieut. 
Benoni utiles, jr. id Kent, 
pl'jak Alvotui, oarnet 



Third Troop. \ 
Harry "Cogswell, captain 
StepSieu Johnson, 1st lieut. 
John Lyon, 2d lieut. 
Zolva Brown, cornet 
Fourth Troop. 
Timothy Abbe, capU«» 
Bela Bsmont, 1st lieut. 
Jeremiah Bliss, 2d lieut. 
Erastus Gleasoa, cot-net 



First Troop. 
Alba BUrriKairi, captain 
Rufus Burnham, 1st lieut. 
John C Howard, 2d Ueut. 
Benjamin Work, cornet 

Secohd Troop. 
Comfort S* Hyde, captain 
Festus Baldwin, 1st lieut. 
Aifred Hyde, 2d lieut. 
Walter Williams, cornet 



142 
SECOND REGIMENT. 

Formerly the 5th Regiment, 

Eieazer Sweetland, Colonel 

Roger Bai}ey, Major 



Third Troop. 

Vacant captain 

Andrew Weils, 1st lieut. 

Elaan Loom is, 2d lieut. 

fc'-benezer Williams, cornet 
Fourth Trsop. 

Ovaries Smith, captain 

Judah Lyon, 1st lieut. 
| Jacob Dre^er, jr 2d lieut. 
! Ebenezer Williams, cornet 



THIRD RESIMERT. 
Formerly the 6th Regiment. 
Samuel Ffcote, Colonel 
James Shepnrd, Major 
Phiseas Lord adjutant. .. -Frederick Marsh, chaplain — 
Norman Merrills, quarter-master. Amos Wilson, pay-mas- 
ter. Andrew Abernathy, surgeon. Elijah Woodward, sur* 
;-«_»•« «._ 



geon's-mate 

First Troop. 
Isaac Bartlett, captain 
Ebenezer Yale, 1st lieut. 
Loring Bartlett. 2d lieut. 
Elias M. Joslin, cornet 

Seco?id Troop. 
EUhu Moore, captain 
Amos Wilson, 1st lieut. 
Jannah B. Phelps, 2d lieut. 
Uii Whiting, cornet x 



Third Troop. 
Hosea Hinsdale, captain 
Norman Merrill, 1st. lieut. 
Truman Smith, 2d lieut. 
Daniel Rurnham, cornet 

Fourth Troop. 
Epbraim H. Morse, cp.ptaki 
Phiaeas Lord, 1st lieut. 
Jonathan Rosseter, 2d lieut 
| Charles Kilbourn, cornet 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 
Formerly the 7th Regiment. 
Martin Cowles, Colonel 
Ozem Woodruff, Major 
First Troop, Second Troop, 

Alpheus Shumway, captain Urbane Barret, captain 
Daniel Bacon, 1st lieut. I Philemon Woodruff, 1st lieut 

Noadiah Rockwell, 2d lieut- j Chester Lewis, 2d lieut. 
Edward Stow, cornet | Edward Norton, cornet 



143 

Third Troop* Fourth Troop. 

Timothy H. Root, captain [ Erastus Sage, captain 
Sidney Wadsworth, |-ft lieut', Richard Wjlpox, 1st lieut, 
Noah L. Phelps, 2d lieut. | Peregrine Craig, 2d lieut. 
Selali II art, coruet | Wait Williams," comet 

FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Formerly the 8th Regiment. 

Daniel B. Brinsmade, Colonel 

Samuel Canfield, Major 

David Punderson, adjutant. Andrew Elliot, chaplain. — . 

RoyalJ. Canfield, quarter-master. Lemuel W. Benedict, 

pay-master* Warren K. Fowler, surgeon* Jehiei \V)l- 

liams, surgeon's-mate. 



First Troop- 
Uusscl Hiekock, captain 
Ross Hinman, 1st lieut. 
Gilbert S. Miner, 2d lieut. 
Samuel Wheeler, cornet 

Second Troop. 
Hugh Starr, captain 
Lem. W. Benedict, 1st lieut. 
Isaac \l. Seeley, 2d lieut. 
Elias S. Sanfoid, cornet 



Third Troop. 
Archibald Mosher, captain 
Drake Lock wood, 1st lieut* 
To!u Webster, 2d lieut. 
Cliauncey Dayton, cornet 

Fourth Troop. 
John M'Mahon, captain 
Thomas Wells, 1st lieut 
Hawley Morehouse, 2d lieu* 
Orrin Bennett, cornet. 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Consists of two regiments of Light-Artillery, each "regi- 
ment of threethattalions, and each battalion of four compa- 
nies ; and three regiments of Horse Artillery, each regiment 
consisting of two battalions, and each battalion of two com- 
panies. 

David Denting, esq. Brigadier General. 

Vacant, Brigade- Major and Inspector. 

Henry W. Woodbridge, Aid-de-Cam\> < 

Nathaniel S. Woodbridge, Brigade Quarter-Master., 

-&. 

HORSE ARTILLERY. 

FIRST REGIMENT, 

Reorge lloadly, Colonel 

Tljaddeus Harrison, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Vacant, majors. Edward Parker, adjutants 



144 



First Company. 
Ly«ian At water, captain 
Medad At water, 1st lieut. 
DeGrasse Maltby, 2d lieut. 
Vacant 3d lieut. 
Vacant 4th lieut. 
Joel Auger, Cornet 

Second Company. 
Russel Hall, captain 
Charles A. Stanley, 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d lieut. 
Vacant 3d lieut. 
Vacant 4th lieut. 
Thomas Hubbard, eornet 



Third Company. 
Jonas F. Merwin, captain 
David U. Baldwin, 1st lienl„ 
Enoch W. Piatt, 2d lieut 
Vacant Sd lieut. 
Vacant 4th lieut. 
Isaac Diekerman, jr. cornet 

Fourth Company. 
William Trowbridge, capt. 
Nathan Starr, jr. 1st lieut. 
Parsons Coe, 2d lieut. 
Vacant 3d lieut. 
Vacant 4th lieut. 
Vacant cornet 



Cjr 

Get 



SECOND REGIMENT. 
Nathan Frink, Colonel 
Stephen L. Avery, Lieutenant- Colon el 
Kenry F. Limb, Major 
John A. Prentice, adjutant. Archibald Robertson, pay- 
master. Nathaniel S. Perkins, surgeon. John S. W. P«ir« 
kin, surgeon's mate. 



First Company. 
Noah VV. Pomroy, captain 
Julius Chapman, let. lieut. 
EelaRobhins, 2d lieut. 
Erastus Jones, 3d heat. 
N. S. Wood bridge, 4th lieut. 
Charles Atwood, comet 

Seoond Company. 
George Kinney, captain 
Xtenry riazen»'lst lieut. 
John A Prentis, 3d iieut. 
Jason W. Ktngstev, 3 1 lieut. 
Thomas C Coit,'4lh lieui. 
Areh. T. Robertson, cornet 



^ Third Company. 
Lewis Clark, captaiu 
William Graves, 1st Ueut. 
Joseph Shale r, 2d lieut. 
Vacant 3d lie' t. 
Yaeaat 4th lieut 
Arnold Haycien, Cornet 
Fourth Company. 
Vacant captain 
Amos Williams, 1st lieut. 
StantOB Hejviit, 2d lieut. 
Warren Williams, 3d lieut* 
Vacant 4th lieut. 
V acufit cornet 



THIRD TirOirTV.NTj 
Abel Hall Color* I 
James Win ton, Lieuteaani -O.lmci 
{ Joseph W. Goi ham, Major 



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FirH Company. 
2yrus Lewis, captain 
Joseph Wheeler, jr. 1st It. 
George Shelton, 2d lieut. 
John :>. Kasson, 3d lieut. 
Joseph Sherman, 4th lieut. 
Samuel C. Curtis, cornet 

Second Company. 
Garrit H. Newkirk, captain 
John Hayt, 1st lieut. 
Kufus Bell, 2d lieut. 
doseph Fitch, jr. cornet 



Third Compamo 
Vacant captain 
Jesse Lacey, 1st lieut. 
Joel Thorp, 2d lieut. 
Thomas Dimond, 3d lieet, 
Hez. S. Bradley, 4th lieut. 
William Sauford, jr. corne»t 

Fourth Company. 
Samuel X)avenport, oaptaia 
Ard Reynolds, 1st lieut. 
Nat. Waterbury, jr. 2d. Heat 
Conklin Hutfed, cornet 



LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Formed from New-London, Norwich, Lyme, Danbury, 
Stratford, Nor walk, New-Haven, Saybrook, Haddam, Gris- 
wold, KiUircgworth and Derby. 

George W. Jewett, Colonel 
Amariah liray, Lieutenant-Colonel 
John French, 1st. major. Robert Gates, 2d major. 
First Company. 
Henry Dennis, captain 
Edward B. H. Prince, 1st" It. 
William Lepard, 2d lieut. 

Second Cvmpar.y. 
Vacant captain 
John Lathrop, 1st lieut* 
Avery Bromley, 2d do. 
Third Company- 
Charles Harrison, captain 
Nathan Smith, 1st lieut 
Rodney Comslock,fd do. 

Fourth Company. 
jFairchild Ambler, captan 
Nathan Bulkley, jr. 1st lieut 
J^zov K. Barber, 2d do. 



10 



Fifth Company. 
John Fayerweather, captaiia 
Daniel Harden, 1st lieut. 
Stephen Hawley, 2d do. 

Sixth Company. 
Joseph Keeler, captain 
Horace A. Gihbs, 1st lieut. 
Samuel B. Skidmore, 2d It. 

Seventh Company. 
Philos Blake, captain 
Edwin Porter, 1st lieut. 
George Ives, 2d do. 

Eighth Company. 
William Bull, captain 
Nathan Wafker, 1st lieut. 
Stephen Chalker t 2d do. 



146 



Ninth Company. 
Linus Parmelee, jr. captain 
Samuel Kelsey, 1st lieut. 
Dudley Clark, 2d do. 

Tenth Company. 
John Lester, captain 
Charles Coit, 1st lieut. 
Charles Woodworth, 2d do. 



Eleventh Company. 
Vacant captain 
Ely A. Elncott, 1st lieut. 
Nathaniel Wright, 2d. do. I 

Twelfth Company. 
John L. Tomlinson, captain? 
Lyman Smith, jr. 1st lieut. 
Silas New comb, 2d lieut. 



SECOND REGIMENT 
Formed from Brooklyn, Tolland, East-Hartford, Pomfrefy 
Killingly, Sharon, Wisdham, Hebron, Bristol, Hartford j ; 
Washington, Simsbury or Canton, Winchester and Bark' 
hamsted. 

Nathan Johnson, Colonel 

John Fitch, Lieutenant Colonel 

Moses Hayden, 1st major. Giles Olmsted, 2d major. 

Daniel Colt, adjutant- Joy Hamlet Fairehild, chaplain. 

Vacant quarter-master. Chester Hunt, surgeon. John 

Bingham, drum-major. 



First Company. 
Jedediah Darbe, captain 
David Prin «c, 1st lieut. 
lialpli Cady, 2d do. 

Second Company* 
D. W. badger, captain 
William Porter, Its lieut 
Samuel Merrick, 2d do. 

Third Company. 
William Jones, captain 
Aaron F Olmsted, 1st lieut. 
Chester White, 2d i\o. 
Fourth Company. 
La ban Fisher, captain 
Barzillai Fisher, 1st lieut. 
Josiah Dean, jr 2d do. 

Fifth Corn i my. 
Silas- St. John, captain 
Horatio Smith, 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d lieut. 

Sixth Company. 
S to well Lincoln, tap tain 
Francis Barrtws, 1st lieut. 



Henry Manning, 2d do. 

Seventh Company. 
Erastu-s Holt, captain 
Ephraim Wileox, 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d lieut. 

Eighth Company. 
Thomas Botsford, captain 
Daniel Woodruff, 1st lieut. 
Hez. Sperry, 2d, 2d do. 

Ninth Company. 
Jabez Ripley, captain 
Horace Goodwin, 1st lieut. 
Daniel Colt, 2d do. 

7 'enth Co mpa ny. 
Herman Hine, captain 
David Norton, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Hawes, jr. 2d do. 
Eleventh Company. 
(No returns.) 

Twelfth Company. 
George M'Nary, captain 
Alvin Squires, 1st lieut. 
It?a Seymour, 2d lie tit* 



147 
BRIGADE OF RIFLEMEN. 

Cbauncey Whittelsey, esq. Brigadier-General. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Edward Wolcott, Colonel 

Enos H. Buell, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Elkanah C. Eaton, Major 



Lieutenants, Ensigns. 

Justin Williams George Ransom 
Walter Palmer, j'r Wm. E. Robinson 
Luther Parsons Austin Hall 
Nat. Hammond, j'r Elijah W-oodward 
David W. Post Aaron Washburn 

Erastus Strong Edward Lew is 

Thomas Bellowsj'rEph. M. W T illiams William W. Avery 
Peter Grosvenor Benj. C Simmons Joseph P. Barrett 
ames Tyler, j'r Erastus Tucker Henry A Atexauder 



Captains. 
Samuel H. Fox 
Vacant 
Vacant 
John Turner 
Vaeant 
Alfred Wilcox 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

John Buckingham, Colonel 
Lemuel G. Starrs, Lieutefcant-Colonel 
John H. Wells, Major 
Captains* Lieutenants, Ensigns. 

Vac;-.nt Alvan North John Bound 

Slisha A. Coles Walter Booth William Smith 

Nathan Merwin, 2dSam T l Buckingham AlpWens Clark 
amuei Buel, 2d Charles G. Bennet Jacob Hubbard 
L.evi Edwards John H. Burritt Albert Edwards 

Vacant Edwin Gay lord Joseph Wheeler 

ferem?ahK Post David Stevens Josiah Jones 

lohn Seers Abel S. Hawley Henry Nichols 

Cheoddre Smith Samuel Wyllys Russell Woo&ter 



JUDGE ADVOCATES. 
Walter Mitchell, esq. tor Hartford County. 
Leonard E. Wales, esq. for New-Haven County. 
Henry Strong, esq. for New-London County. 
Clark Bissell, esq. for Fail field County. 
Joseph Eaton, esq- for Windham County. 
Jab«z W. Huntington, esq. for Litchfield County. 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. esq for Middlesex Cnjpity. 



COURTS IN CONNECTICUT, 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS for 1817. 
Sits on the first Tuesday fcf June, at New-Haven, and on 
ihe first Tuesday of November at Hartford. 
SUPERIOR COURTS. 



JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 

JULY 
AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 



DECEMBER 



At Windham, first Tuesday 
New-Haren, third do. 
Norwich, third (a.) do. 
At Litchfield, first do- 
Hartford, second do. 
At Haddam, last do. 
At New- Haven, second do. 
Litchfield, third do. 
At Hartford, first do. 
Tolland, first do. 
Windham, second do. 
New-London, fourth (a.) do. 
Danbury, third do. 
At Haddam, second do. 
Fairfield, last do. 
Tolland, fourth do. 



JANUARY 

FEBRUARY 

MARCH 



APRIL 
JUJYE 

AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 

NOVEMBER 



COUNTY COURTS. 

,4* Tolland, fourth Tuesday 

At Danbury, last do. 
At New-London, (a.) first do. 

New-Haven, third do. 

» Windham, third da. 

Litchfield, fourth do. 

Hartford, fourth do. 

Haddam, last do. 

At Fairfield, third do. 

At New- London, second do. 

New- Haven, fourth Uo, 

At Hartford, second do, 

Windham, third do. 

At Tolland, fourth do- 

Litchfield, fourth do. 

Mid die town, fourth da. 

At Danbury, third do, 

New-Haven, fourtk d% 



149 

JDECEMB ER At Hartford, first do. 

Norwich, first <to. 

Windham, second do. 

Litchfield, second do. 

——•oca—— 

UNITED STATES' COURTS. 

FEBRUARY District— New-Haven, 4th Tuesday 
APRIL Circuit— New-Haven, lSth day 

MAY District—- Hartford, 4th Tuesday 

AUGUST District— New-Haven, 4ih do. 

SEPTEMBER Circuit— Hartford, 17th day 
NOVEMBER District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday 

Practising Attorneys at the Circuit Court in Connecticut* 

Hezekiah Huntington, esq. District Attorney. 
Joseph Backus, Burra^e Beach, S«th P. Beers, Noah B. 
Benedict, Coddington Billings, David Bolles, William F. 
Brainard, Amaziah Bray, William Bristol, David Burr, Shel- 
don W. Candee, Jabez Clark, Levi H. Clarke, William P. 
Cleavebnd, Samuel Cowls, David Daggett, Samuel W. Da- 
na, Charles Denison, Josiah Dudley, DanieljDunbar, Jona.W. 
Edwards, H. W.Edwards,EPr. Foster, Shubael F.Griswokfy 
Jacob B. Gorley, John M. Gannett, Jeremiah Halsey, Wil- 
liam Hillhouse, jun. Uriel Holmes, Curtis Holmes, George 
Hubbard, Enoch Huntington, Thomas Huntington, jon. 
Kalph I. lngcrsoll, Jirah lsham, George W. Jewett, Na- 
than Johnson, Andrew T. Judson, James Lanman, Lvman 
haw, John II. Lynde, John M'Ciellan, Michael F. Mills, 
Isaac Mills, Walter Mitchell, William Moseley, Jonathan 
(•). Moseley, John Parish, Seth Parsons, Enoch Perkins, 
William Perkins, John T. Peters, Elisha Phelps, Charles B. 
Phelps, Noah A. Phfclps, Timothy Pitkin,) Jonathan E. Por- 
ler, Matthew T. Russell, Roger M. Sherman, Aaron Smith, 
Nathan Smith, George W. Stanley, Seth P. Staples, Elisha 
Starling, Benjamin Stiles, Lewis B. Stnrges, Nathaniel Ter- 
, ry, Seth Terry, William Todd, Joseph Trumbull, Leonard 
E. Wales, Samuel P. Waldo, Lemuel Whitman, Hpger 
Whittlesey Chauncey Whitte-Irey, Asa Wille) , Calvin \Vil- 
Jey, John Wi^iams, Thomas S. WiH'vahm* Samuel 11, Wood- 
ruff. 

Henry W, Edwards., Clerk ©f District Cwt. 



150 
JIMRSHAL'S DEPUTIES CONNECTICUT. 



Noah A. Phelps, jr. Hartford. — Lodowick Fosdick, New- 
London. — Reuben Webster, Litchfield. — Jeremiah W. 
Beardsley, Stratford. -Phineas Taylor, Danbury. — Nathan 
Preston, jr. Woodbury. — William H. Jones, New-Haven. 

Other Deputies are occasionally appointed. 



LI8T OF COLLECTORS. 

And principal Assessors in the State oj Connecticut* 





COLLECTORS. 




Districts. 


JSameoj- Collectors. 


Place of residence* 


First District, 


Seth P. Beers 


Litchfield 


Second do. 


Jesup Wakemaa 


Fairfield 


Third do. 


Andrew Hull, jr. 


New. Haven 


Fourth do. 


John T. Peters 


Hartford 


Fifth do. 


Nichol! Fbsdick 


New-London 


Sixth do. 


Joshua Stow 


Middletowu 


Seventh do. 


Charles Tain tor 


Windham 




PRINCIPAL ASSESSORS. 


First District 


Homer Boardman 


New-Milford 


Second do. 


Jaraes Stephens 


Sumford 


Third d®. 


William Law 


Cheshire 


Fourth do. 


Nat VI. Goodnin 


Hartford 


Fifth do. 


Moses vV^ri'er. 


Kiver-Head 


Sixth do. 


Isaac SpenWr, yc. 


East-Haddam 


Se\et>th do. 


Elijah Mouse 


Hebron 



Blank form of h List of Taxable Polls and Estate 5 
in the State of Connecticut 



A true List of the Polls and estates of the town of 

rateable by law, en the 20th day of August, 18 



JV&. 



Do Is. C 

Polls from 21 to 70 years of np;e at 60 
Polls from 18 to 21 years of age SO 

Oxen and Bulls, 4 years old 10 

Cows, Steers, Heifers aad Butts 3 



Dls 



Cts 



1*1 

. vears old 7 

Heifers, Steers or Bulls of 2 years old 3 34 
St«. lllons or Seed Horses more than 3 

years old 67 

Horse kind of 3 years old 10 

Horse kind of 2 years old 7 

Horse kind of 1 year old 3 34 

Covering Jacks 34 

Mules of 3 years old or upwards 10 

Do of two years old 7 

Do. of one year old 3 34 

Acres of Plowland 167 

Do. of upland, mowing 8c clear pasture i 34 
Do. of Boggy Meadow mowed 84 

Do. of Hoggy Meadow not mowed 34 

Do. of Meadow Land in the counties 

of Hartford and Middlesex 2 50 

Acres of other Meadow Land 1 2§ 

Do. of Rush Pasture 34 

Do of Uninclosed Land, first rate Si 

Do, of Uninclosed Land, second rate 17 

Do, of Uninclosed Laad, third late 
Coaches 163 

Chariots 1 34 

Phsetons 100 

Coachees 75 

Cornicles 68 

Chaises, Chairs, &©. 15 

Ditto £0 

Ditto 30 

Ditto 40 

Ditto 50 

Ditto CO 

Other four wheel Carriages on Springs 30 
Ditto on Leather Braces 15 

Ditto ditto 20 

Ditto ditto 25 

Gold Watches 34 

Silverand other Watches 10 

Steel and hrass wheel Clocks, or other 
time, pieces regulated by a Pendulum 20 
Wooden wheel Clocks 7 

Oances of Silver k Plate 1 dollar and 



152 

It no aod sjuaanoe at 6 per cent 
Money on interest at 6 per cent 
Bank stock owned by residents at 3 

per cent. 
Do. owned by non residents at 3 per 

cent 
Houses— fire places first class 
Ditto second do. 

Ditto Uiird do. 

Ditto fourth do. 

Storec, &c. one story high 
Ditto two stories 
(Stores, three stories 
uSheep added as a penalty 
J Assessments 

[Sheep ten months old and upwards 
. deducted at 75 cent« 
Abatements 



5 
3 75 

2 50 
1 25 



76 



Total 



Officers of the Custmna in the Ports of Entry, ml 
New-England^ &c % 

COLLECTORS. 
New-Hampshire. 

Portsmouth* Timothy Upham.~>-White Mountains, Eph.j 
II. Maharin 

Vermont. 

Alburg, @. P. Van Ness— ^lumphrcymagog, Koger Ea- 
nos. 

Masiachtisetts. 

Ncwburyport, Joseph Mai qusnd.— Ipswich, Asa An* 
Jrews. — Gloucester, John Kittridge. — Beverly and Salem, 
William It. Lee — -Marbleheatf* Joseph Wilson.— Boston* 
11. A. S. Dearborns. — Plymouth, Henry Warren. — Barn* 
sUble, )osiah L. Green —Nantucket, Daniel Coffin.— Ed - 
srarton, Thomas Cooke, jr. — New-Bedford,* John Hawes — 
Dighton, Nathan Witliaras.— York, Jeremiah Bradbwy.-* 



163 

Saco,* Daniel Granger.— Portland** Isaao Ilsley — Bath, 
Joshua Wingate, jr. Augusta, Wisoasset, Fran- 

cis Cook — Penobscot. Josiah Hook. — Bangor, 
Frenchman's bay, Melatiah Jordan. — Machias, Jeremiali 
O'Brien. — Passamaquaddy, Lemuel Treseott — Waldobor- 
©ugh, Joseph Farley. — Kennebunk, Joseph Sfcorer. 
Rhode-Island 
Newport,* William Ellery. — Frovidenee,*Thomas Coles. 
Bristol, Charles Collins, jun. 

Connecticut 

New-London, Thomas H. Cushing— New-Haven, Abra- 
ham Bislfop — Fairfield, Walter Bradley. — Middletawn, 
Alexander Wolcott. 

New-York. 

€ag-Harbour, Henry P. Dering. — New York,* St Alb£ » 
ny, David Gelsten— -Hudson, Reuben Moorcs. 
Pennsylvania* 

Philadelphia, John Steele. 

Delaivan. 

Wilmington, Allen M'Lanc. 

Maryland. 
Baltimore,* James H. JVTCulloch. 
Virginia, 

Hampton, David Brodie i --Norfolk,*Charles K. Mailqrtef. 
*— Petersburgh, Joseph Jones. — Richmond, James Gjbboa. 
—Alexandria, Columbia, Charles Sinams. 

North' Carolina. 

Newbern, Francis Hawks. 

South* Carolina. 

Georgetown,* Thomas Chapman. -^Charleston,* Siinsou 
Theus. — Beaufort,* William Joyner. 

Georgia. 

Savan»nah,* Archibald S. Bullock. 
Louisiana* 
New -Orleans, Peter L. B. Duplessis. 

Note. The ports which have stars affixed, thus (*,) 
are those at which vessels from the Cape of Good Hepe, ©c 
»ny place beyond, are admitted to make entry, 



' 



154 

NATAL OFFICERS. 
Portsmouth, John F. Parrot — Newburyport, Daniel 
Sweet.— Beverly, Henry Elkins. — Boston, Thos. Melville. 
— Newport, Walter Nichols. — Providence, Samuel Brown* 
—New-York, John Furgerson. — Philadelphia, Sam'l. Clark. 
—-Baltimore, Nathaniel Ramsey — Norfolk, Philemon Gate- 
wood. — Wilmington, Carleton Walker. — Charleston, Thos. 
Waring. — Savannah, Harap. M'Intosh. — New»Orleans, Ed- 
win Lorraiiu 

SURVEYORS. 

Rhode Island. 

Newport, John Slocum, — Providence, John B. Barton. 

Connecticut. 
New London, Oliver Cham plain. — Stonington, Elijah 
Palmer — New-Haven, William Mnnson.— Middletown, 
William Van Deursen — Hartford, Solomon Porter.— Say- 
kroak, George Wolcott. 



GOVERNORS 



OF THE 
New-Hampshire, 
Massachusetts, 
Jlhode Island* 
Connecticut, 
Vermont, 
New York, 
New -Jersey, 
Pennsylvania, 
Delaware, 
Maryland, 
Virginia, 
North-Carolina, 
South-Carolina, 
Georgia, 
Kentucky, 
Tennessee, 
Ohio, 
Louisiana, 
Indiana* 



SEVERAL STATES. 
William Plummer, 
John Brooks, 
William Jones, 
John C. Smith, 
Jonas Galusha, s 

Daniel D. Tompkins, 
William S. Pennington, 
Simon Snider, 
Daniel Rodney, 
— Ridgeley, 
Wilson C. Nicholas, 
William Miller, 
Jeseph Alston, 
G. D. Mitchell, 
Gabriel Slaughter, Lt. Gov. 
Joseph M'Minn, 
Thomas Worthington. 
Jacquens Villere, 
Jona. Jennings. 



11 I i I M I t 1 

GOVERNMENT 

OF THE 

UNITED STATE?. 
JAMES MADISON, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Salary 25,000 dollars per annum, 

Vacant, Vice-President. 
Salary 5000 dollar*. 

Us,t of Members of the Senate and Bouse of Representatives 

of the United States , in the \ith Congress, 

SENATORS 

James Gaillard, of South Carolina, acting President of the 

Senate. 



New - Hampshire. 
Jeremiah Mason 
Thomas W. Thompson 

Massachusetts. 
Joseph B. Varnum 
Eli P. Ashmun 

Rhode -Island. 
William Hunter 
Jeremiah U. Howell 
Connecticut. 
David Dagget 
Samuel W Dana 

Vermont. 
Dudley Chase 
Isaac T/chenor 

New York. 
Rufus King 
Nathan Sanfo rd 

New- Jersey 
John Condit 
James J. Wilson 

Pennsylvania* 
Abner Lacock 
Jonathan Roberts 



Belaware. 
Outerbridge Horsey 
William H. Wells 

Maryland. 
Robert H. Goldsborougfc 
Robert G Harper 
Virginia. 
James Barbour 
Armisted T Mason 

North Carolina. 
Nathaniel Macon 
Vacant 

South- Carolina. 
John Gaillard 
Vacant 

Georgia, 
Charles Tait 
George M. Troop 

Kentucky. • 
Martin D. Hardin 
Isham Talbot 

Tennessee. 
George W. Camj»bcTi 
John Williams 



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Ohio. 
Jeremiah Morrow 
Benjamin Kuggles 
Louisiana, 
James Brown, 



Eligius Fromentin 
Indiana. 
Waller Taylor 
Jgaaes Noble 



HE PRESENT ATI VES. 



New- Hampshire* 
Charles H. Atherten 
Bradbury Ciiiey 
William 'Hale 
Uoger Vose 
Daniel Webster 
Jeduthan Wilcox 

Massachusetts* 
Benjamin Adams 
William Baylies 
George Bradbury 
Benjamin Brown 
James Carr 
Samuel S Conner 
.lohu W. Hurlbert 
Cyrus King 
ElijakH. Mills 
Jeremiah Nelson 
Albion K. Parris 
Timothy Pickering 
J oh a Reed 
Thomas liice 
Nathan i el Huggi es 
Asahel Stearns 
Solomon Strong 
Samuel Taggftrfi 
Artemus Ward 
Laban Wheat on 

Jth&de-2$hiit& 
John L. Boss 
lames B. Mason 

Connecticut. 
Epaphroditus Champion 
Uk* Davenport, j'p 



Lyman Law 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Timothy Pitkin 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Benjamin Tallmadge 

Vermont. 
Daniel Chipmaa 
Luther Jewett 
Chauncey Langdon 
Asa Lyon 
Charles Marsh 
John Noyes 

JVfcv* York. 
Asa Ad gate 
Daniel Avery 
Samuel H. Betts 
James Bird sail 
Victory Birdseye 
Mi cah* Brooks 
Archibald S. Clark 
Daniel Cady 
Oliver C. Comstock 
Henry Cocberon 
Thomas R. Gold 
Thomas P. Grosvenor 
Jabcz D. Hammond 
William Irving 
Moss Kent 
John Lovett 
Hosea Momt 
Erastus Boot 
John Savage 
Abraham H. Sckenk 
Johft W. Taylor 



George Townsend 
Jonathan Ward 
Peter H. Wendover 
James W. Wilkin 
tVestel Willoughby, jr. 
John B. Yates 

JYevj-Jersey. 
Ezra Baker 
Kphraim Bateman 
Benjamin Bennett 
Lewis Condict 
Henry Southard 
Thomas Ward 

Pennsylvania. 
William Crawford 
William Darlington 
William Findley 
Hugh Glasgow 
Isaac Griffin 
John Hahn 
Joseph Heister 
Joseph Hopkinson 
Samuel D. Ingham 
Jared Irwin 
Aaron Lyle 
William P. Maelay 
William MHnor 
"William Piper 
John Ross 
John Sargeant 
Thomas Smith 
James M. Wallace 
*)hn Whiteside 
Thomas Wilson 
William Wilson 
John Woods 

Delaware* 
Thomas Clayton 
Thomas Cooper 

Maryland. 
Stephenson Archer 
George Baer 
Charles GoldsborougU 



Iff 

John C. Herbert 

Peter Little 

George Peter 

Philip Stuart 

Samuel Smith 

Robert Wright 

Virginia, 

Philip P. Barbour 

Burwell Basset 

James Breckenridgc 

William A. Burwell 

Peterson Goodwin 

Ay let Hawes 

John P. Hungerfond 

John G. Jackson 

James Johnson 

John Kerr 

Joseph Lewis, j'r 

William M'Coy 

Hugh Nelson 

Thomas M. Nelson, 

Thomas Newton 

James Pleasants^'r 

John Randolph 

William H. Roane 

Daniel Sheffey 

Ballard Smith 

Magnus Tate 

Henry St. George Tucker 
John Tyler 

J\ orth- Carolinm* 
Joseph H. Bryan 
James W. Clarke 

John Culpepper 
Samuel Die kins 
WeldenN. Edwards 
Daniel M. Forney 
William Gaston 
Charles Hooks 
William C. Love 
William H. Murfrec 
Israel Pickens 
i Lewis William? 



158 



Bartletl Yancey 

So u ih - Curo lift cu 
John C Calhoun 
John J. Chappeli 
Benjamin Huger 
William Lowndes 
Henry Micldleton 
Thomas Moore 
John Taylor 
William Woodward 
Vacant 

Georgia* 
John Forsyth 
Boiling Hall 
Wilson Lumpkin 
Thomas Telfair 
Richard H. Wiide 
Vacant 

Kentucky. 
Henry Clay, f Speaker. J 
Joseph Desha 
Thomas Fletcher 
Benjamin Harding 
Richard M. Johnson 
Samuel M'Kee 
AJney M'Lean 
Stephen Ormsby 



Solomon P. Sharp 
Micah Taul 

Tennessee* 
W. G. Blount 
Newton Cannon 
Sennet H. Henderson 
Samuel Powell 
James B. Reynolds 
Isaac Thomas 

Ohio. 
John Alexander 
James Caldwell 
David Ciendenen 
William Creighton^'r 
Win. U. Harrison 
James Kilbourn 

Louisiana. 
Thomas B. Ktbertsoa 

In diana. 
William Hendricks 

DELEGATES. 

Mississippi 1 'erritory, 
William Latlimore 

Illinois Territory. 
Nathaniel Fope,j'r 

Missouri Territory 
John Scott 



JUDICIARY. 

John Marshall, of Va. Chief Justice of the United 

States, Salary £4000 

Bush rod Washington; (Va.)"^ 
William Johnson, j'r (S.C.) ] 
B. Livingston, (N.Y.) U 

Thomas Todd, (Ky.) f 

Gabriel Duvall, (Yid ) I 

Joseph Story, (Mass.) J 

Richard Bush, (Penn.) Attornev General to the United, 
States. * Salary &3U0C 



Usotiale Judges. 
Salary §3500 each. 



li-0 

DISTRICT JUDGES. 



District of Maine, 

New- Hampshire, 

Massachusetts, 

Rhode-Island, 

Vermont, 

Connecticut, 

Jffew-York, Chief Judge, 

Additional Judge, 
New -Jersey, 
Pennsylvania, 
Delaware, 
Maryland, 
Virginia, 
North Carolina, 
SoutKrCarolina, 
Georgia, 
Kentucky, 
Tennessee, 
Ohio, 
Columbia, Chief Judge, 

Assistant J udgas, 

Louisiana, 



Safarff 

David Sewal!, $1000 

John S. Sherburne, ]0)0 

John Davis, 1600 

David Howeil, 1000 

Elijah Paine, 800 

Pierpont Edwards.,] ]000 

M. 15. Talmadge, ' 1600 

Wm. P. Van Ness, 1600 

Wm. S, Pennington, 1200 

Richard Peters, i60O 

John Fisher, 1200 

James Houston, 1600 

St. George Tucker, 1800 

Henry Potter, 1500 

John Drayton, 1500 

"William Stevenf, 1500 

, 1500 

John M'Nairy, 1500 

Charles W. Bird, 1000 

>Villiam Cranch, 2000 

i Buckner Thurston, 200O 

flames S. Mosrell, 2000 

Dominick C.Hall, — — 



CLERKS 

To the Supreme, Circuit, and District Courts. 

Supreme Court, Elias- R. Caldwell. Dist. JVew- Hamp- 
shire, Jonathan Steel. JSlaine, Henry Sewall. JW&ssachts- 
setts, William S. Shaw. Rhode- Island, Edmund T. Ellery, 
Vermont* Jesse Goqv. Connecticut, Kenry ErTwards. JVear- 
York, Theron Kudd. New Jersey, Robert Boggs. Penn- 
sylvania, David Caldwell. Delaware, A.. Johns. Jllaru- 
land, Philip Moore. Virginia, William Marshall. JV&rrA- 
Carolina, William H. Haywood. South- Carolina, Jamep 
Jervay. Georgia, Richard M. Stiles. Kentucky, John H. 
Hanna. Tennessee, Robert M. Gavock. Columbia, ("Wash. 
Co J Wil*nm Brent. Do. C^itex. Co J Geo. JDe&ncale, 
Louisiana, Richard ClatbofU* 



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DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 

v\ ew Hampshire, Daniel Humphries. Maine, William 
P. Preble. Massachusetts, George Blake. .Rhode-Island ', 
Asber Uobbins. Connecticut, Hezekiah Huntington. Ver- 
mont, Titus Hutehinson. New-York^ (south dist.) Jona- 
than Fisk. (north dist.) Roger Skinner. New-Jersey, Jo- 
seph^M'llvame. Pennsylvania, Charles Jared Jngersoll. 
Delaware, George Read, jun. Maryland, Elias Glenn. 
Virginia, William Wirt. Kentucky, Robert Wickliffeo 
North-Carolina, Robert H. Jones. South- Carolina, Thom- 
as Parker. Georgia, William Davies. East-Tennessee, 
John M'Campbell. West-Tennessee, John E. Beck. Ohio, 
Samuel Herrick. Columbia, Walter Jones. New -Orleans } 
John Dick. 



MARSHALS. 

Ntw-Hampsldrc, Mickael M'Clary. Maine, Thomas G 9 
Thornton. Massachusetts, James Prince. Rhode- Island ', 
Ebenezer K, Dexter. Connecticut, Robert Fairchild. 
Vermont, David Robinson. New-York, Thomas Morris. 
New Jersey, Oliver Wayne Ogd»n. Pennsylvania, John. 
Smith. Delaware, James Brobson. Maryland, Thomas 
Rutter. Virginia, Andrew Moore. North-Carolina, ftev- 
ev\y Daniel. South- Carolina, Morton A. Wariag. Geor- 
gia, John Eppinger. Kentucky, Robert Crockett. Colum- 
bia, Washington Boyd. East-Tennessee, Charles I. Porter. 
West-Tennessee, J oh w Childress, jun. Ohio, John Hamra. 
Orleans, Michael Reynolds. 

COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 

New- Hampshire, William Flumer, jr. Massachusetts ■, 
Benjamia Austin, jun. lihode-lsland, Christopher Ellery. 
Connecticut, Jonathan Bull. New~York, Wiiliam Few. 
New-Jersey, James Ewing. Penmykxuiia, William White, 
Delaware, John Stockton. Mary fund, Edward Hall. Vir 
ginia, Thomas Nelson. North- Carolina, Sherwood Hay- 
wood. South Carolina, Thomas Lehri. Georgia, Robert 
Habersham. 



1G1 

DEPARTMENTS 
FEDERAL °GOVERNMENT. 

Department of State, 
Jaraes Monroe, (Va.) Secretary. $5000 

John Graham, chief clerk. 

Treasury Department- 
William H. Crawford, (Geo.) Secretary, g5000 

Joseph Anderson, (Tenn.) Comptroller, 35CO 

]Mathan Luff brough, chief clerk. 
Richard Harrison, (Va) Auditor, 3500 

' Patrick Farrel, chief clerk. 
Thomas Tudor Tucker, ( Va.) Treasurer? 3O0O 

Samuel Brook, clvief clerk. 
Joseph Nourse, (Va ) Register, 24C# 

Joshua Dawson, chie$ clerk. 
Samuel H. Smith, Com. of Revenue, 

Joha Thaw, principal clerk. 
Edward Tiffia, Surveyor General of Land Office. 

John Gardner, chief clerk. 

War Department, 

u , Secretary, <gi500 

Robert Brent, Pay-Master General, 

George Graham, chief clerk. •** 

Peter Hagner, Accountant, 2000 

J . H. Eakin, chief clerk. 

Navy Department. 
B. W. Crowninshield, (Mass.) Secretary? gi500 

Benjamin Homans, chief clerk. 
Constant Freeman, Accountant, 2000 

Thomas H. Gillis, chief clerk. 

General Post- Office. 
Return J. Meigs, (O.) Postmaster-General, §300(3 

Assistant, Abraham Bradley, (Conn.) 1700 

De. Seth Pease, (Conn.) 1600 

Phineas Bradley, chief clerk. 

MinL 

Robert Patterson, Director, S 2000 

James Rush, Treasurer, 1200 

Adam Eckfeldi, Coiner, 1500 

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162 

Joseph Richardson, Assayer, 15QQ 

Joseph Cleud, Refiner, 1500 

Robert Scott, Engraver, 1200 

Assistant Engraver, 60© 

Assistant coiner and die forger. 1000 

One clerk al §700 — Two clerks, each at 500 

TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENTS. 

The Governors of Territories have a local superintendence 
of Indian affairs, ex officio, within the limits of their ter- 
ritorial jurisdictions. 

MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 
DAVID HOLMES, (Va) Governor, g200Q 

Nathaniel A. Ware, Secretary, 1000 

Josiah Simpson,^ 
Walter Leake, vr U( ^ ea |Pm 

Gbadiah Jones, J 
William Crawford, Attorney. John Hanes, Marshal. 

MISSOURI TERRITORY. 
WILLIAM CLARK, (Ky ) Governor, §2000 

Frederick Bates, Secretary, 1000 

Silas Brent, ) 

John B, C- Lucas,? Judges. J000 

William Spring, ) 
George BuiM, additional Judge. 
Johu Sfcctt, Attorney. Alexander M'Nair, Marshal, 

At Steubenville. 
Receiver, Peter Wilson. Register, John Head. 

At Mariettm- 
Receiver, Levi Barber. Register, Joseph Wood. 

At Chiiicgthe. 
Receiver, Samuel Findlev Register, Jesse Spencer. 

At Wooxter, Ohio. 
Receiver, John Sloan. Register, Reazia Bease» 

ILLIAOIS TERRITORY. 
KIMAN EDWARDS, (Ky.) Governor, g:000 

Nathaniel Pope, Secretary., lOoO 

Jesse B Thomas,) 

Thomas Towles, > Judges. 1200 

Vacant, ) 

William Mears, Attorney. Philip Fourche, Marshal. 



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MICHIGAN TERR1T0RI 
LEWIS CASS, Governor, 

William Wood bridge, Secretary, 
Augustus B. Woodward, i 
James Mitchell, > Judges. 

John Gritfin, ) 

DISTRICT LAND OFFICES. 
Josiah Meigp, Commissioner of the General Lnnd OfTan 
Edward Tiffin, Surveyor Genera!, JS-0($ 

Office at Chilicothe, Ohio. 
Thomas Freeman, surveyor, seuth of Tennessee, 2000 

Office at Washington, M. T, 
William Rector, surveyor oflllinos and Missoury Terr's. 

Hanterville % JS1. T. 
Receiver, John Brahan. Ueg : ster, John Head. 

Shci'wncetoivn, J 'II V. 
Receiver, J. Caldwell. Register, Thomas Sloo. 

St. Louis. 
Receiver, Samuel Hammond. Register Alexander M'Nair. 

INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS. 

DIPLOMATIC DEPARTMENT. 

Ministers Plenipoten tiary. 

J Q.. Adams, to Great Britain, gQOOO 

William Eustis, to Holland, 9000 

Albert Gallatin, to France, 9000 

William Pinkney, to St. Petersburg, 9000 

Thomas Sumter, to Rio Janeiro, in Brazils, 9000 

George W. Erving, to Spain, 9000 

Consuls and Commercial Agents. 
Thomas Aspinwall, London ; James Mawry, Liverpool ; 
H. Visger, Bristol; R. W. Fox, Falmouth ; N. G. ingra- 
ham, jr. Plymouth; Thomas Auldjo, Cowes ; B. Henry, 
Gibralter ; M. Hogan, Cork ; James Luke, Belfast ; Tho's 
English, Dublin ; William Davy, Kingston, upon Hull ; 
Isaac Cox Barnette, Paris; Daniel Strobe!, Nantz; 
H Wils )n, L'3ri«at ; 8. Catha^n, - Al trseille3 ; ft. Ster- 
ry, La-Rochelle ; Thomas Johnson, Calais; Francis 
Coffyo, Dunkirk ; Phillip DePeyster, Guadaloupt; John 
Mitchell, Martinique ; Martin Bnckham, Isle of France ;. 



104 

John L. Harris, St Petersburg, Edward Wyer, Riga, 
James L. Cathcart, Cadiz ; R. Montgomery, Alicaut ; K. 
M'Call, Barcelona ; John M. Baker, Tarragona, Majorca, 
Minorca and Yvica; T. L. Halsey, Buenos Ayres ; Wil- 
liam G Miller, Monte Video; O. Kich, Valencia ; W. Kirk- 
patrick, Malaga ; R. S. Hackley, St. Lucar ; I. Mullowny, 
Teneriffe ; A Stewart, Manilla ; J. Warner, Porto Rico ; 
J. P. Hutchinson, Lisbon ; It. H. Maepkerson, Madeira ; 
J. B. Dabney, P'ayal ; H. Hill, St, Salvador , J. Ray, Per* 
nambuco ; S. Bourne, con. gen. Amsterdam ; Geo. Fry, : 
Rotterdam ; E. Wambersic, Ost«nd ; 1. Hazard, Antwerp ; 
A. Boynton, Curracoa i J. M. Forbes, con. gen. Copenha- 
gen ; R. Harrison, con. St. Thomas ; D. Eraser, St. Croix ; 
Joseph Friklin,St. Barts ; T. ,1. Wiekelkausen, Bremen ; 
P. Marck, Fi anconia ; W. Clark, Embden ; T. Appleton, 
Leghorn , W. H. Barney, Trieste ; B. C. Wilcox, Canton ; 
A- Hammet, Naples; J, Broadbent, Messina; W. Porter, 
Palermo; W. Shaler, con. gen. Algiers; T. D. Anderson; 
Tunis ; W. B J-ones, Tripoli ; James Simpson, Tangier ; 
W 4 Gamble, St. Eustatia ; E. Field, Cape de Verd Isjanda, 

I MINISTERS, CONSOLS, &c-. 

FROM FOREIGN POWERS, RESIDENT IN THE 17. STATIC. 

From France. 
M. Hyde de Neuville, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 

Plenipotentiary. 
M. Roth, Secretary of Legation. 
M, Bourgueney, attached to the Legation, 
M. Petry, C. G. adintcvim, Philadelphia. 
M. Berad, V. C. Philadelphia. 
M. De Volney, C. Boston. 
M. Angelucci, V. G. Portsmouth, N. H. 
M. de Corapte D'Espinville, C. Boston. 
M. Delatorest, C. ad interim, Baltimore. 
M. Conteaux, V. C. Norfolk. 
M. Le Marquis de Fougeres, C. Charleston. 
M. Le Loup, V. C. Savannah. 
M. Guillemin, C. New-Orleans. 

Fr&m Greats Britain, 
Charles Bagot, Envoy Extraox-dmary and Minister Plea'c* 
potentiarv. 



165 

GibbsC. Antrobus, Secretary of Legation. 
William Henry Hughes, private Secretary. 
Anthony St. John Baker, consul general. 
James Baker, Secretary. 

James Buchannan, consul, state and city, New-York. 
William Dawson, consul, for Mel. Baltimore. 

Patrick Savage, consul for Virginia, Norfolk. 

B. Moodie, consul for N. anil South Carolina, Charleston. 

John Davidson, consul for Louisiana, New-Orleans. 

W. S. Skinner, acting vice consul, Boston. 

John B Gilpin, do. do. Newport. 

Alex. Walker, do. do. Philadelphia. 

James Patton, do. do. Alexandria. 

James Wallace, do. do. Savannah. 

From Itwsia. 

Andre de Dashkoff, Envoy Extraordinary, and Minister 
Plenipotentiary. 

Theodore Swanoft', Counsellor of Legation. 

George Ellisen, Secretary of Legation. 

Nicolas Kosloft", coasul general, Philadelphia. 

Alex Eustaphiere, consul, Boston. 

T. Swift, vice consul, Alexandria. 

T. G. Bogert, do. New-York. 

B. Chew, do. New-Orleans. 

E. T. Coale, agent, Baltimore, 

JF. Whittle, do. Norfolk. 

John Prince, do. Salem. 

E Mayo. do. Portland. 

Samuel Snow, do. Providence. 

From Spain, 

Don Juan De Onis, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Ple- 
nipotentiary, 

Don Bartolorae Rongmenet, consul, Philadelphia. 

Don I. Stoughton, consul for New. England. 

Don Pablo Chacon, vice consul Alexandria. 

Don Juan B, Barnabau, consul, Baltimore. 

Don A. A. Villalobos, consul for Virginia and Kentucky*. 

Don Diego Morphy, consul, New-Orleans. 

Don Felipe Fatio, consul, Charleston. 

DonCarolus Mulvi, vice consul, Savannah. 
From Portugal. 

M. Carve* de Serra, Minister Plenipotentiary. j 

joaquin Jose Vasques, consul general, New -York, ] 



165 
Joseph Iludemuker, consul general, Philadelphia. 
S. S. CJoodwyn, consul. Boston. 
Robert Barry, consul, Baltimore. 
K. Dickson, consul, Norfolk 
L. Deblois, consul, Washington City. 
Joao. P. Calkuda, vice consul, Wilmington, (N.C.) 
Charles Mulvey, consul, Charleston. 

. Fi\m Denmark. 
V Pfeflew&tta Minister Res' dent, and Consul General. 
John |$oh!< n, vies consul, Philadelphia. 
George [taiftjnekin, concus, New-York. 
(/. W. Grxsene, vice consul, Boston. 
F. W. Bruise, do. Baltimore. 

Jonathan Swift, do. Alexandria. 

Moses 'Myers, do. Norfolk. 

J. Winthrop, do. Charleston, S. C 

Uiohoid Reif, do. New-Orleans. 

.From Sweden. 
M. DeEan<zow, Minister Resident. 
Ilehry Qhah^ consul general New-York, 
Ht Agtwlonj consul, -Saiurnore. 
Bernard Dnblgren, vice consul, Philadelphia. 
S. Bfagge, agent, Boston. R. Rogers, do. Providenee. 

I. Swift, do. Alexandria. 

J. Myers, do. Norfolk, 
J. B Cunningham, do. Wu.-nir;gton, N. C. 
•f. Winlhron, do, Charleston. 
W, Taylor, do, Savannah. It. D. Shepherd, do. N. Orleans* 

COM^llSSIOJfEfiS OK BOUNDARY, 

tfN'DER TH2'h'H ARTICLE OF THE TR8ATY OF GHENT. 

On the part of the United States, 
John Holmes, Commissioner. .lames T. Austin, Agent 

i the part of Great Britain, 
Thomas Barclay, Commissioner* Ward Chipman, Agent. 

UNDER THK5TII ARTICLE OF THE TKEATY. 

On ths part of the United States, 
C. P. Van Ness, Commissioner. Agent not known. 

British Commissioner and agent not known. 

UNDER THE 6 I H AND 7TH ARTICLES OF THE TREATY. 

On the part of the United §tate* t 

P. B, Porter, Commissioner. Samuel Hawkins, A«*ent. 

British Commissioner and ageut aot known. 



ARMY REGISTER. 

General Staff. 
Jacob Brown, Major-general, Division of the north. 
Andrew Jackson, do. Division of the south. 

Brigadier 'Qenerals. 
Alexander Macomb, Edmand P. Gaines, Winfield Scott, v 
Eleazer W. Ripley, M. G. bvt, 

Colonels, 
Robert Butler, adjt. gen. col. brevet, southern Division. 
Charles K. Gardner, adjt. gen. northern Division. 
Arthur P. Hayne, Iaspector-gen. southern Division. 
John E. Wool, Inspector -gen. northern Divisiou. 
Assistant Adjutant Generals. 
Majors J. N. Barker, C. J. Nourse, C. Wright, R. M. 
Kirbj. 

Assistant Inspector Genermh. 
Majors, G, tl. Manigault, J* M. Davis, F. 8. Relton, W. 
M'Donald. 

typographic a I Engineers. 
Captains, John Aaderson, J. Roberdeau. J. § s A belt, J, 
Kearney, S. H. Long, J. Wilson. 

Quarter-Master- Generals. 
Colonels, J. R Muliany, George Gibson. 

Deputy Qr. Mast. Generals. 
Majors, C. Vandevenier, W. LinnarK. 

Assistant Deputy Q M. Genen.ls. 
Captains, B. Gardner, M. .Mason, M. Hac#nj W. L. Jtufe. 
cson. 

Ordnance Department. 
Decius WaOsvorth, ColoneJ. 
George Bomford, Lieutenunt-Oolone!. 
Abraham R. Wooley,^ , T - 
James Dalaby, <, *W- 

Captains — J. Morton, G Talcott,jr. J. H. Magart, R. I> 
Richardson, Thos. L. Campbell, Edwin Tyler, J. H. Rees, 
J. J). Ha) den, W. Wade, M. J. Magee. 

Fir si Lieutenants. — R. L. Baker, W. C Lyman, J. 
Newton, D. T. tVekh, J. Baker* N. Badan, C. Keisen, 
Livingston, W. Anderson, J. Mall. 



168 

Se£o?id Lieutenant s— 3. \V. Thompson, J. P. M'Mahon, 
T. T- Stephenson, J.CDe Hart, J. Wilson, R. C. Pome- 
roy, C. F. Morton, J. W. Phillips, O. O. Bangs, W. F. 
Kigal. 

Medical Department* 
Hospital Surgeons — J, Mann, D. C. Kerr, S. Shaw, 
B. Waterhouse, T. Walkins, I. C. Bronaugh, J. Lovell, E. 
N. Bell. 

Francis Le Barron, Apothecary General. " 
Judge Advocates, 
I. T. Dent, R. H. Winder, W.O.Winston, T. Hanson, J. 
L, Leib, S. A. Storrow. 

Pay Department* 

Robert Brent, Pay-Master-General. 

Purchasing Department. 

Callender Irving, Commissary General. 

J. M'Khmey, Deputy Cum. Darby Noon, Assist. Con>. 

Military Academy* 
J. Mansfield, Prof. Nat. and experimental Philosophy. 
A. EUicote, Professor of Mathematics. 
A. Patridge, Professor of the Art of Engineering. 
S. Walsh, Surgeon. 

A. Kmpie, Chaplain, and Professor of Ethics. 
C. Berand, teacher of the French Language. 
C. E Zoeller, teacher of Drawing. 
Pere Thomas, Sword Master. 

ColGneh — Moses Porter, T. A. Smith, H. Brady, John 
Miller, D. Bissel, W. King, James Miller, H. Atkinson, R. 
6. Nicholas, J. M'Donald. 

Lieutenant-Colonels -J. R. Fen wick, D. Brearley, Geo 
E Mitchell, J. House, J. L. Smith, W. Lindsay, D. N. 
Chmch, W. S- Hamilton, George Croghan, I. Snelling, M. 
Arbuakle, N. Pinkney, W. Macrea, W, A. T finable. 

Jklajors*r~A. Eustis, J. V. Ball, (t, Armstead, T. S. Jesup, 
.7. B- Many, J. Hindman, I. Bankhead, H. Leavenworth, J« 
M'Neal, jr. T. Chambers, W. Lawrence, G. M. Brooke, 
K. Taylor, J. Nicks. 

Corps of Engineer 9 % 
J. G. Swift, Colonel. 
W. K* Armstead, Lieutenant'Colonel. 
Majors— W. M'Ree, Charles Gratiot. 
Captains—A. Patridge, J. G. Tattcn, S. Babc©ck s S. 
Thayer, W- CiUtush, E. D- Russey. 



NAVAL REGISTER. 



Commissioners of the Aavy Board. 

John Rodgers, Stephen Decatur, David Porter, 

J. R. Paulding, Secretary. 

CAPTAINS. 

Alexander Murry, John Rodgers, James Baron, Wil- 
liam Bainbridge, Hugh G. Campbell, Stephen Decatur, 
Thomas Tingey, Charles Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chaun- 
cey, John Shaw, John Smith, John H- Dent, David Porter, 
[I John Cassin, Samuel Evans, Jacob Jones, Charles 
J Morris, Joseph Tarbell, Arthur Sinclair, Olive* 
[Hazard Perry, Thomas M'Donough, Lewis Warringte», 
Joseph Bainbridge, William Crane, James T. Leonard, 
James Biddle, Charles G. Ridgely,Robert F. Spetice, Dan- 
iel T. Patterson, Samuel Angus, Mel.T. Wotdscy, J. Ordc 
Creighton. 

MASTERS COMMANDANTS. 
Edw. Trenchard, John Dowses, John D. Henley, Jesse 
D. Elliot, Robert Henley, Stephen Cassin, Daniel 3. Dexter, 
James Renshaw, David Deacon, Lewis Alexis, Michael B. 
Carroll, John M. Gardner, Sidney Smith, Thomas Brown, 
William Lewis, Nathaniel Haraden, Samuel* Woodhouse, 
Charles C. B. Thompson, Alexander S.Wadswoith, Georga 
W. Rodgers, George C. Read, Henry E. Bullard, Tkomas 
Gamble, William Carter, jr. 

LIEUTENANTS. 
Francis I. Mitchel, George Merrill, Joseph Nicholson, 
John Pettigrew, Benedict I. Neale, Joseph I. Nicholson, 
Walter Stewart, Wolcott Chauacey, John H. Eltou, Ed- 
mund P. Kenneday, Jesse Wilkinson, Alexander J. Dallas 
John B. Nicholson, Beekman V. Hoffman, George Budd, 
Thomas A. C. Jones, Joseph S. Macpherson, John Por- 
ter, John T.Shubrick, William Finch, William B. Shu- 
brick, Henry Wells, Benjamin W Booth, Alexander Clax- 
ton, Enos R. Davis, Charles W. Morgan, Samuel P. Ma- 
comber, Raymond H. J. Perry, Lawrence Kearny, Wil- 
liam H. Watson, Thomas Hendry, jr. Foxall A. Parker, 
Edward R. M'Call, Daniel Turner, William H. Allen, Ste- 
phen D. M'Knight, David Conner, John Gallagher, Thorn. 



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vs Holdup, Janves A. Dudley, JamesP.©e1Iers, William M. 
Hunter, John D. Sioat, John Paekett, William H. Cooke, 
John J. Yarnell, Matthew C. Perry, Charles W. Skinner, | 
Joseph Wisagg, James Sanders, James Reilly, Samuel W. 
Adams, John R. Madison, Dugomier Taylor, George 
Pearcej Frederick W. Smith, Henry S^Newcomb, N'l. D. 
Nicholson, Thomas Tillinghast, Otho Norris, John T. New- 
ton, P. A. J. P. Jones, Samuel Henly, Augs. Concklin, Jo- 
seph Smith, Laurence Rousseau, George W. Storer, Henry 
B. Uapp, Lewis German, Joseph Cassin, Robert M. Rose, 
Beverty Kennon, Edward Shubrick, Charles A. Budd, Fran- 
cis H. Gregory, Kervin Waters, William H. Odenheimer, 
Edward Barnewall, John M. Maury, Frederick Batiry, 
Benjamin Cooper, Philip F. Voorhees, Henry Gilliam, John 
H. Clack, William D. Salter, William A. Spencer, William 
\ t . Gordon, David Geisinger, Richard Winter, John T. 
Wade, John Percival, James Ramage, William V. Taylor, 
Mervine Mix, Thomas M, Newell, Edward Haddaway, 
Charles F. M'Cawley, John H. Bell, Dulany Forrest Bla- 
den Dulany, Thomas W. Magruder, Francis B» Gamble, 
Richard Dashiel, John Taylor, George B. M'Culloch, Rob- 
ert Spedden, Thomas T. Webb, Walter G. Anderson, Ste- 
phen Champlin, Charles T. Stallings, James M'Gowan, 
William Lowe, E. A. F. Vallette, John H. Aulick, Charles 
T. Clarke, Silas Duncan, Thomas Cunningham, Isaac M'- 
Keever, Robert F. Stockton, Nathaniel L. Montgomery, 
Walter N". Monteath, A. C. Stout, Silas H- Stringham, 
George Vancleave, Paul Zantzinger, John W. Gibbs, John 
T. DrUry, Charles E. Crowley, William Laughton, Nelson 
Webster, William A. C. Faragnt, Richard G. Edwards, 
William Mervin, William K. Latimer, Gustavus W. Spoon- 
er, Issac Mayo, William H. Brailsford, Thomas Crabb, 
Edward B. Babbit, George Hamersley, James Arm- 
strong, William Berry, Samuel L. Breese, John A.j Bel- 
cher, Joseph Cross, John Evans, Andrew Fitzhugh, Rob- 
ert Field, John Gwinn, John Hill, jr. Richard Heath, 
Wm. A. Lee, Enoch L©we, James D. Morris, Hiram Poul- 
ding, R. B. Randolph, John T Kitchie, Joseph Smoat, 
Charles L. Springer, Abraham Ten Eyck, John A. Wisl, 
Thomas W. Wyman, William Augustus Weaser, Jonathan 
I). Williamson, John K. Carter, Wm. M Caldwell, James 
Mark, Thomas Payne, John. White. 



171 
MARINE CORPS. 

[Franklin Wharton, Lieutenant- Colonel Commandant \ 
Danel Carmick, John Hall, Majors* 
Captains. 

Anthony Gale, Robert Greenleaf, Archibald Henderson, 
Richard Smith, Robert Wainwright, William Anderson, 
Thomas R. Bmiil, Samuel Miller, John Crabh, Henry H. 
Ford, John M« Gamble, Charles S. Hanna, Alexander Sevi- 
er, Alfred Grayson, William Strong, James Heath, Samuel 
Bacon, II. 13. 15 recken ridge, William Hall, Francis VV. 
Sterne. 

A complete Lid of the Navy of the United State*. 



JKames. Gu 

Ships Independence 
Washington 
Franklin 
New Orleansf 
Chippewaf 
Vlattsbur^hf 
Constitutiont 
United States* 
G lie mere 
Java 

Fulton Steam Jr. 
Superior 
Confiance* 
Macedonian* 
Constellation t 
Congress* 
Mohawk 
Cyane* 
General Pike 
Saratoga 
John Adams* 
Madison 
Louisiana* 
Alert* 
Hornet 



hup. 


J\ r amcs. * 


Gtnis. 


74 


Peacock 


18 


74 


Ontario 


IS 


74 


Erie 


IS 


74 


Brig Jefferioi. 


1? 


74 


Jones 


1H 


44 


. Niagara 


n 


44 


Lawtfe«ce 


IS 


41 


* Detroit* 


18 


44 


Faajie 


1% 


4t 


Syiph 


10 


44 


Chipper a 


in 


44 


Q.u-ei- Chariot 


,e* 1 '» 


89 


Saranac 


lf> 


38 


Liiiet* 


10* 


35 


I) oxer* 


1$ 


36* 


Troop 


16 


S3 


Oneida 


J 4 


<2S 


Enterpnzef- 


24 


2S 


Flamheau. 


rra 


26 


Spark 


12 


24 


Duke cf Glous 


tr* 12 


2i 


Hunter* 


It) 


20 


Carolina 


14 


2'.) 


Greenwich 


Jf* 


i8 


Reveng* 


tfi 



172 



Schr, 



Names. 
Isaac Hull 
Rambler 
Prometheus 
iEtna (bomb) 
Caladonia* 
Client 
Hunter* 
Nonsuch 
Ticonderoga 
Caroline 
Spitfire 
Torch 

Lady Prevost* 
Julia 
Scourge 
Hamilton 
Ariel 

Fair American 
High -Flyer* 
Little Belt* 



Guns. 


Names. Gun** 


10 


Scorpion S 


10 


Alligator 9 


9 


Roanoke 7 




Hornet S 


2 


Lynx 5 


5 


Firebrand 7 


10 


Surprise 7 


12 


Despatch 3 


16 


Asp 3 


14 


Helen 4 


11 


Porcnpine 3 


10 


Governor Tompkins S 


10 


Conquest 6 


9 


Sloops Chub* It 


8 


Finch* 11 


5 


Preble 5 


4 


Montgomery 5 


4 


Bufiaioe 6 


5 


Camel 5 


3 


President 12 



Note.— Those marked thus (f) are building-— fhose 
marked thus ($) deaotes vessels of the United States before 
the war, and those marked thus (*) were captured during 
the war. 



LIST OF POST-OFFICES 

And Post-Masters in the State of Connecticut. 
Post- Offices Post-Master* 

Ashford David Bolles 

Berlin S. Porter, 2d 

Bethlehem Joseph Brooks 

Bran ford Jonathan Barker 

Bridgeport Jesse Sterling 

Brookfield Robert B. Ruggles 

Brooklyn Adams White, j'r 

Burlington Wait Dowery 

Bolton SaulAlvord 

Bristol Lott Newell 






Bradleysville, (Litchfield) 
Barkhampstead 

Canaan 

Canterbury 

Canton, or WestSimsbttry 

Chelsea Landing 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Col«hcster 

Colebrook 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby 

Durham 

East-Had dam 

East- Hartford 

O rford Parish 

East-Windsor 

Enfield 

Ellsworth, (Sharon) 

East-Guilford 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

Franklin 

Glastenfoury 

Goshen 

Gran by 

Greenwich 

Guilford 

Groton 

Haddam 

Hartford 

Harwingtom 

Hebron, 

do. Andover 
Huntington 
Humphrey sville 
Jewett's City, (Preston) 
Kent 
KHlingly 



173 

Henry Wadswoi tfe 
Judah Roberts 
5 Kly Weston 
iWilKam M. Burrili 
Gad Bulkley 
Jared Mills, j J r 
John De Witt 
Amasa Hitchcock 
Bani Denison 
Samuel A. Peters 
Selah Treat 
Henry Christie 
Silas Hibbard 
Zalmon Wildmaq 
S. J Andrews 
James Robertson 
Timothy Green 
Lemuel White 
Wells Woodbridge 
Aaron Bissel 
William Dixon 
Daniel St. John 
Curtis Wilcox 
David Judson 
Samuel Richards 
Amasa Hyde, 
Joseph Wells 
Erastus Lyman 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 
Isaac Weed 
R. Elliot 
Elijah Bailey 
Simeon Smith 
Jonathan Law 
Joel Bradley 
A. Hendee 
Simon House 
Auger Clark 
John T. Wheeler 
John Johnson 
Lewis St. John 
Aaron Arnold : 



Killingworth 

Lebanon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

do. River Head 

Mansfield 

Mirl borough t 

Meridea 

Middle town 
do. Upper Houses 

Miiford 

Mistick 

Middie-Kaddam 

New- Hartford 

New -Haven 

New-London 

Newtown 

Norfolk 

North fori 

Northington 

Nortb-Stonington 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Oxford 

Plainfield 

Plymouth 

Pom fret 

Pre9toa M 

Reading 

Ridgefie!d 

Riplon Parish 

Kocky Hill 

Salisbury 

Snwgatuck 

Say brook 

Sharon 

Sharon, (Elsworth. society) 

Simsbury 

Southington 

Stafford Springs 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Southburr 



174 

Samuel Crane 
Roger Bailey, 
Moses Seymour, jv 
Charles Smith 
Peter Oomstoek 
David Bicknell 
Enos H. Bucll 
Ibaac Lewis 
Joshua Stow 
.7 osi ah Sage 
Jirah Bull 
Zftbdiel Rogers 
John Stewart 
Theodore Cowles 
William H Jones 
Ebenezer Way 
Caleb Baldwin 
Joseph Jones 
Elnathan Tyler 
Richard Bacon 
Thos.T. Wells 
William M. Bttt* 
John Hyde 
David Candee 
Lbenezer Baton 
A polios Warner 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Daniel Briggs 
William Comstock 
Timothy Keeler 
A. Judson 
Eli Goodrich 
Samuel Church 
Stephen MorehOHs* 
Humphrey Pratt k 
George King, j'r 
Daniel St John 
Noah A. Phelps 
H Lewis « 

Benjamin Mann, j'r 
Abraham DaYenp»r* 
Benjamin Tuckenr.am 
Sh. Osbom 



Sloningtoii 

Stratford 

SufneM 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Trumbull 

Torrington 

Wall ingfo i'd 

Warehouse Point 

Washington 

Water bury 

Watertown 

Wethersfield 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Warren 

Windsor 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Yernoit 



175 

George Hubbard 
David I? rooks 
William Gay 
John Nichols, i T r 
Cahin Wiltey 
Eliakim Beach 
Nathaniel Smith 
James Carrington 
Noah Smith 
Chauncey Canap 
William K. Lamp son 
Benjamin De Forest 
James L. Bclden 
Aaron Hyatt 
Horace Ilig'ey 
Charles Taintor 
John Talraadge 
William Howard 
J. P. Marshal 
Chester Kendall 
Lebbius P. Tinker 



INDEX. 



ALMANACK, page 7 

Attorneys Circuit 

Court, Conn. 149 

(see counties) 

Asylum, Conn. 100 

Attorneys, District, 160 

Academy, Cheshire, 121 

Colchester, ib 

Acad. Arts, he. Conn. 127 

American, ]<?6 

American 74, C F. M. 127 

Agricultural, 101 

Array Register, 167 

Associations, 93 

BANKS, ,. TOG 

Bible Society, Conn. 97 



Bible Soci. American, 117 

Bishop's Fund, do. 95 

Baptist Trustees, 97 
Foreign Missions, 96 

Boroughs, 103 

COURTS 148 

Com miss, of Loans, 1 60 

of Boundaries, 3 67 

Custom House Officers, 152 

Col. and Assess. U. S. 150 

Cities, &c. 101 

Clergy and Churches, 86 

Charitable Society, 101 
Candidates and unsettled 

Ministers, §1 

Colleges, New-Hafen, 118 



in 



Harvard, 121 

Williams, 122 

Rhode-Island, 123 

Dartmouth, 124 

Middlebury, 125 

Union, ib. 

Hamilton, 126 

Andover, 124 
Connecticut Govern- 
ment, executive St 

legislative, 46 
Judicial and Civil, 55 
Hertford County, ib. 

New-Haven, 58 

New-London, 60 

Fairfield, '62 

Windham, 64 

Litchfield, 66 

Middlesex, 68 

Tolland, 69 

Diplomatic, 163 

Derby Fishing Co. 108 

Buties, 24 

ECLIPSES, 3 

Episcopal Con v. Conn. 95 
FREEMEN'S Meetings, 3 

Free-Masons, 83 

GRAND List, &a. US 

Governors of States, 154 
INSURANCE Co. Mar. 1O4 

do. Fire, IO5 

Inspectors Provisions, IO9 

LODGES, 85 

Land Offices, I63 

MILITIA, 127 

Marshals, x l6o 

Deputies, 150 

Methodist Trustees, 97 

Min. Annuity Society, 99 

Medical Society, 76 



Medieal Institution 11 § 

Ministers and Consuls, 164, 

Missionary Society, 95 

Moral, do. 98 

Marine Corps, 172 

NAVAL Register. 169 

Nomina, to Congress, 54 

Assistants, 53 

Notaries, 72 

Norwich Chan- Comp. 106 

POST-OFFICE, 161 

Connecticut, 172 

Postage, 45 

Probate Courts, 71 

Phy. and Surgeons, 17 

Phi Beta Kappa Sopi. 12Q 

ROADS and Innkeepers, 2t 

URVEYORS, Conn. 76 

Stamps, 5 

Surveyors, ' 154 

TABLES— Tides, 4, 

Interest, pounds, 19 

Rising & Setting 

of Venus, 5 

Solar System, 6 

Value of Cents, 20 

Polls and Estates, 1$0 

Town Clerks aad Collec. 73 

Territo. Governments, 1 62 

Turnpikes, 109 

Tariff, 24 

United States Officers 

Execu. & Legis. 155 

Judicial, 15$ 

State, 161 

War, ib. 

Treasury, ib> 

Navy, ib. 

Mint, ib, 
VOTES Rep. Congress, 5* 









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UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

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BEING THE FORTY-STX3ND OF THE IN- 
DEPENDENCE OF THE UNI1ED 

STATES. '• 

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 
BY NATHAN DABOLL. 

COMPILED irNDER THE INSPECTION OF TttE SECRETARY 
OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 



KEW-LONDON: 
PR IK 3 F/D AND SOLD BY S A M UFL CR S E W. 



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OBSERVATION. 

THE hour of the night is, many times, more Gen* 
veniently estimated by the moon's southing, thaa 
by her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 

RULE. 

Ad J three hours to the time of high water en any 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

•will have the true time of the moon's southing for that 

day. 

N. B. It you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the length of the day ; and double the 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the nighU 

Chronological Cycles for the year 1 8 1 8 . 
Dominical Letter, D J Solar Cycle, 



Lunar Cycle or "> -^ | Roman Indiction, 6 

Golden Number, 3 I Julian Period, 6531 

Epact, 23 I 



Names and Characters of the Planets. 
O or © So! or Sun. $ Herechd. \ Saturn. 
©05* j) Luna or Moon. 2/ Jupiter. % Mars. 
© Tellas, cr Earth, o Ventre. $ Mercury. 



Names and Characters of the Aspects. 

6 Conjunction, cr Planets situated in the same 
longitude, 

U Quartilp, u!;c;i they are 90 degrees distant 
fro*n ci?c;i other. 

g Opposition! when they are ISO degrees dis- 
tant. 

A Trine, when tii^y are 120 degrees distant. 

#. Sexlile, is when two planet* Of stars arc 60 de« 
recs distant. 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1313. 

JL HERE will be four Eclipses this year in the fol- 
lowing order, viz: — 

1. The first will be of the ?4™>n, April 20:h, partly- 
visible. The Eclipse begins at 6h. 24m. afternoon, 
which is 15 minutes before the Moon rises, consequent- 
ly the beginning will not be visible, bat the middle and 
the end will be visible, as follows : — 

h, 7/1. 

Beginning of the Eclipse at 6 24 

Middle 7 Si 

End 8 44 

Whole duration 2h. 20m. digits Eclipsed 5 1-2 on 

the Moon's southern limb. 

2. The second will be of the Sun, May 4 th, at 3 o'- 
clock iri the morning, consequently invisible to us. 

3. The third will be a small Eclipse of the Moon, 
October 14th, visible, if the air be clear, as follows :— 

Be« nn!n S 12±700» "° S 
Ecl'ptic ' 41 

Middle of the Eclipse 52 

The Eclipse ends 1 37 

Whole duration lh. 37m. digits Eclipsed 1*8 on the 
Moon's northern limb, 

4. The fourth will be of the Sun, October S9ti>, at 
41 minutes afternoon — but by reason of the Moon's 
south Latitude, the Penumbra will not reach the diur- 
nal path of our Vertex; consequently, this Eclipse will 
be invisible to us. Moon's long, id, 5° 42 Moon's lat. 

The Sun willbe totally Eclipsed at noon, in lat. 51° 
3' 3. and long. 87° 25 W. in the great south sea, S; 
W. from New-Holland. 



FREEMEN'S MEETINGS. 

JF REEMEN'S MEETINGS throughout the State 
of Connecticut, are held annually on the third Mon- 
day in September, and on the Mo: day following the 



i 1'A LiLK shewing the difference Of High- h aterat\ 

several places from JSew-l.ond.on* 
T"HE fiKth cdlumn of each monthly page fhews the 

i lime of High-water at New-London, New-York,l 
Glizabetbtown p'oint, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Geergia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
lina — to which if you add and fubtratl as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 

owing places.— (AJ (hews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtracled— (H) frauds for 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



Names of Places. 




H.M.j 


Kcmes of Places 




H.M. 


Albany 


A 


6 go New bury port 


A 


2 45 


Amboy 


$ 


o 45 Newvftayen 


A 


I 50 


Annapolis, Mar. 


s 


2 ci New- Providence 


S 


I 25 


Annapolis, Nov/. 


A 


3 o|Newtov/n Landing 


A 


I C 


New-Bedford 


S 


7 i2|Norwich Landing 


A 


O 45 


Bo ft on 


A 


2 15 Penobfcct 


A 


3 ? 


Ruriingtcn 


A 


© iolper.facola 


S 


1 


Can'o 


A 


2 50 


Philadelphia 


A 


4 20 


Cape- Ann 


A 


2 45 


Pifcataway 


A 


2 4°l 


Cape Fear 


S 


1 


Plymouth 


A 


1 35j 


Cafco Bay 


A 


2 15 Polepels Jfiand 


A 


3 


Charleston Bar 


S 


2 .20 


Port Royal, 5. C. 


S 


30 


Fairfield 


A 


2 O 


Portfmouth 


A 


% 45 


P r e cl c r i c a > G co rgh 


• s 


I O 


Providence 


S 


1 


Georgetown Bar 


s 


2 20 


Purifburgh, S. C. 


S 


2 c 


vJuilfotd 


A 


I 30 


Quebec 


A 


3 


Mackeufack 


A 


3 


Pveedy-Tlland 


A 


2 15 


Halifax 


A 


3 ° 


Pxhod-r-Mand 


S 


45 


Hell Gate 


A 


30 


Salem 


A 


2 45 


Hartfoid . 


A 


2 zo 


Sand v-H 00k 


S 


46 


Hingham 


S 


1 3- Savannah 


S 


1 82 


Hifntingtbh 


A 


2 


^aybrook 


A 


15, 


Tpfw icli 


A 


2 45 


St. Auguftine, B. 


S 


1 23 


J a me* vi own 


A 


50 


St- John's, Ncirf. 


A 


3 c 


Kin g ft o w n , Kfopui 


V* 


6 


Sunbiiry, Georgia^ 


A 


30 


Lo'.' ; f>ourgh 


A 


3 


Tybee Bar 


A 


15 


Main Ocean 


S 


45 


White f^tone 


A 


2 4i 


Mobillc-Poirt 


A 


5 c 


\ ,; Ml" ■'- v ■ '\ f • 


A 


2 5> 


Wautuckct 


S 




A 


**? 



JANUARY hath 31 days. 



New->1. 6d. 6h. 49 ri). ui'r. 
irst qr. 14d. lh*57ra. mo. 



M T 



Fiill-nu 2 2d, 5h» 59 m. m. 
Last c;r. 29d. lib. 55mo 

Calendar, &c^ |©r. f@s,|F,sea,[ri^ 



ij5 jCircum. Ci//J 

2 6 .Days length 9h. 6m. 
3jriD Perigee. (5^? 
4;D2:i af-ChrUtmis. 
52 ,0 slow ofcl. 5 m. 
6 S^Epip. Xevf D, 3 low 
7i'4!fijL|l tides, blustering 
5 Victory, by g. Jackson 
Moie moderate. 
7*'s south 8 o'clock. 
1st. sund. af. Eo. 
More foul 

weather. 
% Stationary. D O J> 
rain or snow 
O slow of clock 10m. 
J) Apo, 
Septuages. Sua! 



9 


6 


10 


7 


11 


D 


12 


2 


13 


3 


14 


4 


15 


5 


16 


5 


17 


7 


13 


L) 


19 


2 


20 




21 


1 


22 


5 


23 


6 



D high. 



CoZ/ 



O enters^ 8h. 55m.rao. 
Days length 9h. 32m. 
Ful 2). £fc*#t»£ 

24j7 j7f« south 7 o'clock. 7 
25 k>Sex^es,Stfaxon.S.Paulf7 

26.2 j Precepts many, 7 

27.3 j Examples fe.v, 7 
23j4jMak«3 wickel men .7 
i9p|4ud Deiots too. HO D. 7 
30.6JK. Charles, iffi^ 7 



3 52: 

4 43 

5 3(>| 

6 3i| 

7 303 



'728 132, 
7 2S;4 32 
727JI33! 
7 2 74.33! 
7 2643 
7 26 4 34 
7 25;435 
7 24J4361.) 
7 2i-4 3o|ll 
7 23!l37|aft. 29 

1 

1 



9 



42 
47 
4? 

4 7 



22,4 38 
7 22U 



7 2i 
7 20 
7 20 
719 
7 18 
717 
7 10 
7 15 
7 14 
7 13 
7 12 



439 
4 40 
i40 

4 4) 

4 42 
4 43 
4 44 
4 45 

4 46 
4 47 
448 
149 



10J4 50 

944.5.] 
mi-si 
7J4 53 
6154 
5\ 1. 55 



1 M 

2 41 

3 5- 

4 5: 

ft. t 

IJse 1 - 

5 2; 
3< 
7 5; 
9 

10 

11 12 

morn 

14 



0i 



41 
27 
15 
7 
59 
3 53 
9 41 

10 34 

11 22 
morn- 

8 



1 4 
14 
2\ 
28 
21 
15 



6 
7 

3 rise 
6 6 



10 
25 
35 

46 



tmirn 

2 

1 19 



FEB R UAH Y hath 28 dap. 



New-moon 5il 6a. 51m. m. 
First qr. 12d. 1 lb. 15m. at". 



Full-m. 20d. 8h. 42m»att. 
Last qr. 27d. 7h. 40m, af. 



MjVV 

f'~ 



Calendar, Sec. 



|©r.|©s.|F,sea.|r.5i, 



8iD 

9>2 
|10|3 

' • 14 



'D Qtm quakes San. 3 Per 7 

2 PurU. 13.V.M. }lotv 7 

3 iShrove Tucsd. 7 

4 Ash Wednesday. ^?- 6 59 
5(6 pTe'w j) . easterly storm 6 58 
6 6 ! Q slo w of clock 15m. 6 57 
7\7 1H south 6 o'cl. 6m. 6 56 

1st Sunday in Lent. 6 54 
Let him who wou'd gain 6 53 
Prose J j tes by precepts, 6 52 
first teach them exam- 6 5 l| 
1 Ms Ipies. HO <t .More/ailing 6 49 
1 3j6 J D Apogee. weather. 648 
Ui7j Valentine. 2 with S . 6 48 
I5p2d in Lent 6S6 

16*2 ; D high. 6 44 

1713 ^Days letjgtli lOh. S4m. 6 43 
1 8 4 ;© enters X 1 1 h.SOm. af, 6 42 
jf>p windy 

20' 6 1 Qsio w of cl/ 14m. foil J 
2 1>7 1 snow or nrin. 

l>&] iu Lent. 



3,4 5 7 
4 38 
4 39 



22 

124 

!25 
J26 
27 

I 28 



Full tides. 
St. Mattnias. 
j) Perigee. 
rain cr snow 

<50%nOJ. 



5 4 Q 

63" 

6 38 
635 
6 3.0 
6 31 
632 
6 S I 



1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

7 

8 

9 

5 10 

5 12 

5 13 

5 14 

5 16,' 

5 17 

5 

5 20 
5 2 
5 2 



J4 

16 

19 
20 
19 
II 

10 59 

11 42 
aft. 24 



5 
47 
31 
16 

2 
54 
46 

6 40 

7 33 

8 24 

9 14 
10 2 



3 54 

4 55 
6 56 
6 56 

3> sets 

6 33 

7 41 

8 49 
! 9 57 

11 5 

morn. 

2 



5 24|U 50 
S 25J11 37j 
5 26Jmorn.| 
5 28 25 

id i 16 



1 
1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 12 



6 30 5 301 2 



wf«r these tlays. 6 28f5 32. 3 



D rise 

6 13 

7 24) 

8 36J 

I 9 50, 

n 4 

morn 

21 

1 38 



The Planet Venus ( 9 ) win he Morning Star until 
; 12th of March, t hen evening Star to the end of the year 







1VJ^.1V^/JLJ. ij&ui 


01 t 


liljb. 




Mew moon 6d. 8h.l2m. af. 


Full m. 22d 


. 9h. 14m. m. 


First cjr. 14d. 8h. 21m. af. 


Last qr.29d. 2h. 50m. m. 


m|w| Calendar, S:c. |©r.|©s |F. sca.|r.5s 


1 


J) 


4th in Lent. 3>3ow. 


627 ? 533| 4 8 


2 43 


2 


2 


Innocence may[ 6 $ I2 • 


6 25 


5 35 6 10 


3 49 


CI 


o 


Securely sleep, 


6 24 


5 36| 6 11 


4 35 


4 


4 


Tho' thunders bellow 


6 23 


5 37 


7 9 


5 21 


5 


5 


O'er the deep. New D 


621 


5 39 


8 2 


6 


6 


6 


Days length llh. 20m. 


G2( 


5 40 


8 52 


5 sets 


r 


7 


O slow of clock 11m, 


6 19 


5 41 


9 38 


6 37 


8 


I) 


5lh iu Lent. 


6 !7 


5 43 


10 21 


7 40 


9 


o 


windy. 


6 16 


5 44 


11 3 


8 44 


10 


3 


n© ^.twilight shortest 


6 14 


546 


U 45 


9 47 


11 


4 


D Apogee. 


613 


547 


aft. 29 


10 51 


12 


5 


Sup. <5 O 9 . 


6 12 5 44 


1 14 


11 27 


13 


6 


flights of snorv* 


6 10 5 50 


2 1 


mom. 


14 


7 


3>\vith % . D O D . 


6 9 5 5 1 


2 50 


54 


15 


D 


Palm Suod, 3 high. 


6 7,5 53 


3 41 


1 49 


16 


o 


<5 5 h- # n©£. 


6 5 54 


4 34 


2 45 


17 




high winds. 


6 4 ! 5 56 


5 27 


3 37 


18 


4 


7*'s set 1 lh. 7m, 


6 315 57 


6 19 


4 30 


19 


5 


Day and night 


6 2558 


7 9 


4 55 


20 


6 


nearly equal. 


6 \\5 59 


7 59 


5 21 


21 


7 


©en. T 1 b. 54m. morn. 


5 596 1; 8 47 


5 47 


22 


D 


Easter Suud. Full O. 


5 58J6 2' 9 35 


5 rise 


23 


2 


E. Mocd. A storm 


5 56*6 410 25 


7 SS 


24 


3 


E. Tuesday. is near. 


5 55*6 511 10 


8 5fj 


25 


4 


Annum B.V.M. 3 Per. 


5 536 7 morn. 


10 1-4 


26 


5 


© slow of clock 5m. 


5 52J6 8 11 


11 31 


27 


6 


7*'s set 10h.38m. mom. 


5 5 1J6 9, 1 9 


morn. 


28 


7 


Full tides. more 


5 49J6 11; 2 10 


44 


29 


D 


IstSun.ait.Ea. LowSun 


5 4816 12 3 13 


1 52i 


.30 


2 


( d O > • pleasant, j) low.l 


5 47 6 13 4 14 


3 C 


31 


3 


then rain. 


545J6 15 


. 5 12 


3 34 ( 



New i\u 5ci. 10ii. J7ui. in. i Full m 


.263 


. 7h. 26m. af 


First (j»*. 13d. 3h. 4m. af. | Last qr. 27d. Idft.l7m.fri. 


wjw| Calendar, fog, |©rj |@s,|F.*aa |r. js. 


14 D O ^ • Pleasant 


6 45 


[6 10 


6 5 


4 8 


2\ 5 1 weather 


6 42 


6 18 


6 56 


4 38 


5 6 Sup. iO? 


6 11 


619 


7 41 


5 1 


4 


7 J Smokes warm 


6 40 


6 20 


8 24 


5 23 


5 


D.2d.af.E. Jw,P.o0]) 


038 


622 


9 7 


3) set 


fi 


2 


*fa/3 ram 


3 37 


6 23 


9 47 


7 39 


7 


3 


<5 9 2 


63;> 


525 


10 3 


8 39 


8 


I 


3 Apogee. 


634 


6 26 


11 15 


9 40 


c 


5 


7* , sset9h 50,n. 


633 


6 27 


aft. 2 10 42 


U: 


3 


O slov of clock 2m. 


631 


6 2Q 


50 


i: 45 


ii 


7 


Days length 1 3h. 


6 30 


6 31 


1 41 


morn 


12 


D 


3d. aft. Easter. 3> high. 


6 28 


6 30 


2 33 


11 


15 


2* 


•aOD. Oandcl. evea. 


627 


631 


3 25 


1 38 


14 


3 


Virtue praclis'd, 


6 26 


oS- 


4 16 


2 17 


i 5 


4 


Peace will bring, 


6 23 


es, 


5 6 


2 5b 


16 


5 


jBut vice destroys it, 


6 24 


5 34 


5 55 


3 26 


ii 


6 


Willi a st ng. 


5 22 


6 3e 


6 43 


3 56 


\i> 


7 


Gathering vp 


32i 


63^ 


7 3! 


4 25 


1 9 


u 


4th aft. Easter 


5 20 




3 20 


4 :*: 


20 


2 


0en.oOh-33:n % ad, ©.5 1 f J 


34: 


9 1 


D rise 


21 


3 


[ec;ipstd. Full ©J5 17 


6 43 


10 6 


7 59 


22 


4 


| Perigee Full tiderfs lb 


o 4-i 


11 4 


9 ir 


^ j 


5 


St. Mark, /jr a 4*<tfm5 15 


6 4: 


morn. 


10 39 


l\ 


6 


r**s set Oh 5U:n 5 13 


647 


6 


1 40 


25 


* 


J 1 o jr, j$w ffjga f Arr 5 1 2 


6 4* 


1 10 


more 


:r 


1 


3i!iaft. ? Z. Hoga.SimdJ^ 11 649 


2 J 4 


43 


^7 


2 


n O 3> &>*k 6/i^?2c/v>|.) . 


3 14 


1 41 


J 8 


3 


Day's length t3fo 44*Js 


4 ] 


2 Ii 


;9 


.1 


3 Cut of clock 3 ED. jj 713 3' 
Ascension. l^'eas-nnhS 


5 


2 4S 


to 


5 


5 46 


SJA 



mi\ x nr::n <5 i nays. 



New mo. 5d 2h. 37m. mo. 



First qr. 13d. 6h. 21m. m. | La^t qr 26 '!. 7h. 2m. aft 



x^iM mo. 20d. 3h.42m.mo. 



m|w| Calendar, t<c. | (gtri . j @s. [ F.aea.fr. J a 



1 6 


2,7 


3 


p 


4 


2 


5 


la 


6 


|4 


7 


, J 


8 


6 


9 


7 


10 


E 


11 


2 


15 


J 


IS 


1 


14 


5 


15 


6 


16 


7 


17 


D 


18 


•■■> 


1-5 


j 


JC 


4 


2\ 


5 


29 


6 


23 


7 


24 


D 


25 


2 


26 


3 


I" 


4 


2S 


5 


1 ^ 9 


6 


30 


7 


tfi' 


I) 



St, Phillip & James, 
Day's length: I3h. 14m. 
Sun. af. Ascen. 
O Eclipsed, more ruin. 
j) Apogee. Nevr J) . 
St Jobo, evan. D with $ 
[Gen.Eiec. Newport. 
O fast of clock 4m. 
J high; 

Whit Sunday. 
W. Monday. 6 o $ . 
Whit Tues. smoky 

n0]). clou fly 
Gen. Elect, Hartford. 

and rain follow* 
7*'s sets 7h. 3<)m. 
Triii Sixad. Now flow ere 
of May and blooming 
trees, Sweetly perfume 
each passing breeze. 
Oeiit.n Ih. 6m. after. 
Infer;or 6 Q g. 3) low 
QaysleDgtk, 1th. 36m 
1st after Trinity. 
7* 5 s rise 3h. 47m. morn 
□ O J) . naVz qrifc 

Else. Boston. 

perhaps thi nder 
O fast of clock 3m. 

pleasant weather 
21 Sund. after Trinity 



5 5J655 

5 3 6 57 

53 

59 



1 

2 



2'6, 

l] 

0;7 
59^7 
58:7 
57J7 
56j7 
55*7 
54J7 
53J7 
52|7 
51=7 
507 
49|7 



I4.8W 

46 7 
7 
7 



29 

12i 

53 

35 

8 

2 1 

50! 
40: 



at. 31 



23. 

l3 i 

3 
51 
37 
23 

9 

m 

50 

48 

49 



3 36 
4 

4 33 
4 57 

D set* 

8 41 

9 48 

10 42 

11 3(, 
morn . 

18 



9 

51 

morn. 

4 



4 

ej 

»! 

45! 
29 
Ml 

52: 
33= 



3 56 
2) lis 
9 36 

10 38 

11 28 
mo r. 

o 




20 

45 

3 

28 

44, 



JUNE hath 30 days 



New moon 3d. 6li. 26m, aT. 
First qr. lid. 6h. 4m. aft. 



m|w| Calendar, cic. 



I'uii rn. ltd. lift. 42iri»ni*j 
Lastqr. 25d. 5h.59m. m 



2 'Days length 14b, 48m. 
3) Apogee. 
The primrose dressM 

in beauty fair, 
Sweetly perfumes } higjj 

the mornios air, 
3d after Trinity. 
nO^« hot wcaMcr. 
9 ^!<?0¥, 



©£ll [©s.|K §jga[ r >ys- 



136 



10 4 
115 
12:6 

13J7 
14:D 
I5i2 

l6[3 

ir|4 



436 
135 

4 34 

134 
4 33 
433 
43 
|4 32 



7 24 



Perhaps^ 32 



7 24 
7 25 
726 
7 26 
7 27 
7 27 
.7 27 
7 28 



4 32 
4 31 
4 31 



St. Barnabas. D d". 
ram and thunder. 
O and clock even, 
lth af. Trinity, 

Pieamnl growtny U 3 lJ7 29 
j) Perigee. weather. '4 3 1.7 29 



7 2 
7 2 

7 29 

'7 29 



7 15 
i 7.59 

8 46 
y 35 

10 25 

11 16 
aft. 7 

57 



4 Sip 29 



4 31|7 29 
4 30J7 30j 
4 30,7 30 



St, Albau. 
18-5 Full @, Tides swell. 
196 7*'s rise 2h. 6m. morn. 
pi 7 1 Dhtant thunder \4 30 ( 7 30 

21)D|5.af.Tr.Op.o 5 oh.33 ma f4 30 ) 7 30 
22j2 jDays Ieu#th 15 hours. 4307 30 
23.3 (Com Union College. 4 30.7 30 
24 4 [Na. St. John Baptist. 4 30 7 30 
}S\5 |Q0 j. SomcA Sift 29 

26J6J rain near J4 317 29 

27 7 7**s rise 11). 34m. morn.U 3lV 29 
2SJDJ6th after Trin. [4 317 29 

29j2 jSt Peter. this rime.;4 3l7 29 

30,3 ! (?0v. ^ Apogee. [4317.291 



44 
29 
14 
58 
45 
32 
2(j 
34 
27 
a o 
40 
43 
morn. 

41 

1 33 
20 

4 
46 



3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
S 
9 

10 

11 



2 2 



3 6 

3 28 
Dscts 
8 
9 28 

10 16 

11 
11 44 
morn. 

3 
2 

45 

1 8 
1 30 
1 53 
1 27 
3 2 

D rise 

9 18 

|lb 2 

10 45 

11 12j 

11 38 

12 oj 
morn f 

22* 
43 
1 



5 52 1 30/ 

6 38 1 2 ]1 



JULY hath 31 days. 


New moon 3d. 9h. 31m. m. 


Full mo.17d.5h. 27m. at*. 


First qr. lld.2h. 50m. m. 


Last qr.24d. 7h,46m. at'. 


m|w| Calendar. Sec. |{v)ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r J) s. 


i* 


ilDays length 141?. 5tim. 


4 32 


J728J 7 26 2 31 


2. 


5 Visita. 13.V.M. 3bi^h 


4 32 


728 8 16 


3 14 


Si 


5 Hoi weather 


4 32 


7 28| 9 7 


3) sets 


4/ 


7 Fndepend, May the rich 


4 33 


727 


9 53 


8 53 


51 


)he noble and the noble 


133 


727 


10 49 


9 28 


6< 


I rich. Some rain 


4 33 


727 


11 36 


10 2 


71 


S 7*'s sets Ch. 52o3. morn 


4 34 


7 26 


aft 22 


10 22 


sU 


l Pleasant. 


4 34 


726 


I 7 


10 41 


9\< 


slow of clock 5m. 


4 35 


725 


1 50 


11 5 


i-o e 


> Rather dry H 36 


7 24 


2 i'4 


11 29 


117 


' D0). Pe?-hapY36 


7 24 


3 20 


11 52 


12 1 


3 8th Sund. after Tiki. 437 


7 23 


4 9 


morn. 


132 


D Perigee. thunder^ 38 


722 


5 4 


16 


143 


looks like rain* J4 38 
7*'s sets Oh. 20m. mornJ4 39 


7 22 


6 2 


54 


15 4 


721 


7 7 


1 31 


165 


3 low. Aow look 4 40 


7 20 


8 13 


2 9 


176 


c5©$. Full®. 


4 40 


7 20 


9 13 


3 rise 


187 


<w/ /br rain. 


4 41 


7 19 


10 20 


8 34 


19 £ 


)9th after Trin. 


4 42 


7 18 


i r 16 


9 5 


20 2 


Exces? of rMOi 


4 43 


717 


morn 


9 36 


21 3 


Will havoc make, 


4 43 


7 17 


7 


10 4 


22 4 


But drink a little 


4 44 


716 


53 


10 21 


23 f 5 


For the stomach's sake. 


4 45 


715 


I 37 


10 53 


24:6 


[Ge&8h,22flimaOD 


446 


714 


2 20 


11 25 


tt'r 


St. James. Dog elays be 


4 47 


T 13; 3 2 


11 47 


26X 


' 10th ait. Trin. 


448 


7 12 3 45 


morn. 


27j2 


thunder 


4 49 


7 11 4 3! 


9 


233 


Day's length 14h 20m. 


4 50 


7 10 


5 18 


30 


29,4 


©si. ofcl. 6m. 


4 51 


7 9 


6 8 


1 11 


30|5 


j) high Hot weather. 


4 52 


7 8 


G 59 


1 53 


316 


j) A nogee. 




4 53 


7 7 


7 51 


2 33 



New mo. Id. ll:i. 35 au a:. I New mo. 3 id. Oh. 41m.afJ 

filmi qr. 9c!. 9h. 36m. mo. | Last qr.23d; Oh. 25m. at'.! 

Full Moon 15th day, 3 h. 18 m. afternoon. 



m|w| Calendar, 8cc. \ ©ri.| ©s.jF^ea.} r; J s.1 



2p 

3"2 



4 

54 

65 

7G 

7 



9 
10 
11 
12 
1 

U|6 
15 
16 
17 

,183 
|l94 
205 
2116 



23 D 



7 \ Lammas. New 3), 
I lth. aft. Trin. 

fair rvcatlur. 
Qsluvv of clock 6m. 

pleasant 
Transfig. of cur Loid. 

7*s rise 10b. 50m. 
12th at Trin. D0). ( 
Now hoU 
Days length 13h. 50m. 
3 Perigee, j) low. 

Qiitfjf rain 
Full Tides. 

isump. Fill! ft. 
th Suncl. after Tnn. 
fcoJ sultry. 
Days length 13h. 34m. 
Com. Middiebury. 
pc; haps {hinder. 
©slow of cluck 3cr 
coo/ fi?r/ c/evrr. 
La.tV<Oe.ti£2ii.5Sm.a 



7 J A 

Di: 



26U Com 



fertho!. 3 Perigee. 
rise Oh, -iOai. 
Cam. & Dartm. 
ugh. The ivcnlherlz 



:r:s more linsefl 
2&7|St.John Bap. beheaded 
pO|D.15th after Trinity. /«>. 5 
fel^JNew ;}i© and cl.eyen. ,J 



4 54' 


7 6 


8 


42 


Dst.ti 


4 55 7 5 


9 


31 


7 33 


456 


7 4 


ro 


19 


8 25 


4 57 


7 3 


n 


41 8 50 


4 58 7 2 


u 


43j 9 14 


4 59 


7 1 


aft. 


331 9 33 


5 


7 


1 


18 


10 5 


5 1 


6 59 




4 


10 38 


5 2 


5 5 8 


2 


5 6 


11 2 


i 5 4 


5 56 




52 


11 26 




4 


5 3 


morn. 


OiU->i 


5 


5 6 


S 


5 7j5 53 


7 


1 


1 16 


5 gJ6 52 


8 


4 


2 29 


5 9 551 


9 


o 


3 rise 


5 11 6 19 





5c 


7 5g 


5 12|5i£ 


10 


45 


8 21 


5 is's'ir 


11 


3 ' 


8 4d 


5 I4J646 


morn. 


8 58 


5 10|644 





1/ 


9 1! 


5 17543 





59 


9 35 


5 1SJ5 42 


1 


45 


9 6S 


5 191641 


o 


2 8 


10 32 


5 2\\tc: 


3 


iei 


I 1 f ■ 


5 22jp 33 


4 


5 


11 58 


5 2 3.6 3 r 


4 


56 


iik rn 


5 2516 35 


5 


48 


4C 




6 


46. 


I || 


3 27i6 33 


7 


3t 


2 49 


5 23 63- 


o 
O 


16 


3 54 


5 30 6 30 


9 


L 


3 set. 







tfKfl'jbifllJfiK ha 


th .*0 da> 


s. 




First qr.7d.3h. 22m. ait. 


Last qr. 22d- 7h. 9m. mo. 


Fill 1 , mo. 14d.llh.27ro.ni. 


New mo 30$. lh. 6Vn. mo. 


fc|w| Calendar, $cc. |(v,cn.|©s.ji r .sta.|r.Ds # 


13 


9 with Spica. 


5 3 1 


6 2i\ 9 5\ 


7 23 


2 


4 


j)u $ Co. Prov.kW.C. 


5 35 


6 58110 36 


7 45 


3 


5 


J whl) 5 . d*>g day? end. 


5 34 


€ 25|I 1 22 


8 7 


4 


6 


D perigee. & c £ir$ 




6 n aft. 9 


8 34 


5 


7 


mor?ii7igs. 


536 


6 24 1 


9 2 


6 


D 


16th after Trin. 


5 33 


6 22j 1 45 


9 43 


7 


2 


£ h • □ O j) raw 


5SP 


6 21) 2 52 


10 24 


8 


<> 

o 


Nativ. B.V.M. 


5 40 


6 20' 2 V4 


11 11 





4 


O □ ¥ Cora. N. Haven. 


542 


6 1 3] 4 57 


mem. 


iC 


5 


3) low. 


5 42 


6 lYj 5 50 


20 


i] 


6 


Warm ivcather. 


5 4,4 


6 16: 6 53 


1 36 


12 


7 


©fast of clock 4m. 


5 46 


6 m 7 52 


2 53 


1 3 


D 


17th after Trin. 


5 47 


6 13 s 8 43 


1 10 


T4 


2 


7*<s rise 8h 30m. F.© 


5 49 


nil 9 30 


5 rise 


1/5 


3 


Delicious Trust 


5 50J6 10:10 15 


6 57 


16 


4 


in plenfy comes ; 


5 51 6 9'10 59 


7 IB 


17 


s 


See ! appKs, peaches, 


5 53 6 7.11 44 


7 40 


186 


p' ars rnd plums. 


5 54 6 gitrkTrn. 


8 7 


19 7 


Pretty good weather 


5 55i5 5] 29 


8 35 


2o:I) 


13th aft. Trin. 3 Ap. 


5; 5? 6 s I 16 


9 d 


2l's 


St. Matthew. 


5 58 6 2 


2 6 


9 5) 


22^3 


H0]). J) high. 


' ; 9 


6 ] 


2 50 


10 44 


23;4 


©enters^ tlh^in, m\ 




5 59 


3 48 


11 38 


24 


5 


Rain. [ 6 © £ 


c 


5 58 


4 40 


morn 


-5 


6 


©fast of clock £ru. 




5 56* 5 31 


46 


26 


7 


P : 7/iilg doildx. 




5 55J 6 20 


I 54 


27 


D 


ISlhaft. T'nn. n© 1 


6 7 


5 5SJ 7 7 


2 57 


£8 


2 


Winds car 6 


5 521 7 54| 


4 i 


2,9 


-1 


7*s rise 7h. 44m. 5 Sjl 3 39; 


5 5 


30 


4 'New ' 49J n o 5 | j S et?. 



OCTOBER hath 31 days. 



First qr. 6d. 9h.lSm. aft. 
F. mo. 14d. Oh. 42m. mo. 



N. mo. 29d. Oh. 41m aft. 
Lnstqr. 22d. 2h.43m. mo, 



m|\v| Calendar, Sec. |©ri.|(v)s.[F.sea.|r. 3 r« 



4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 


1 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21|4 
22J5 
2 



5 (Day's length 1 lh.3bm. 6 12 

6 cool nights. 6 IS 

7 5 with 9 . 6 15 
D20th aft. TVin. 6 16 5 

2 D perigee* 6 17 5 

3 D0). J low; 6 1 9 

4 7*srise 7h. 12m. 6 20 

5 ©fast of clock 13m. 6 21 

6 Rain may 6 23 

7 he expected. 6 24 
D 2 1 st after Trinity. 6 2 6 
2 ceoZ windy. 6 27 

Moon Eclipsed. (6 28 

9 great. E.long. full 5 6 30 
westerly winds 6 3 1 
Day's length foh. 56m. 6 32 
clear cool. 6 34 
22d, aft. Trin. St.Luke. 6 35 
3) Apogee, 6 36 

Rain 6 38\5 
D with * Pollux. 16 38 

QO J* J high. 6 40 

enters tgj7h.41m« aft. 642 

24 7 mar these days. 6 43 

25 D© fast of el. 16m. . 6 44 

26 2 cool nights, 6 45 

27 3 7*s. rise 5h, 53rn. 6 47 

28 4 St. S : mon & Jade. 5 48 

29 5 Eclipsed. New ). 6 49 

30 6 h)Peiiuce. high li<!cs. 6 5)1 
1I7J fair weather. »6 52! 



► 48.10 13 
;47|11 
I 45-11 57 
44 aft. 56 



43 
J41 
J 40 
139 
137 
i 36 

; 34 

;33 
3 

so 

29 

28 

26 

2 

24 

22 

21 

20 

18 

17 

16 

15 

13 

12 





2 

1 

55 

46 



1 

3 
4 
5 
5 
6 

7 od 

8 18 

9 1 
9 45 

10 30 

11 17 
mom. 

5 

55 

1 47 

2 38 

3 29 

4 18 

5 5 

5 51 

6 36 



5' 



9 9 



5 8']0 49 5 23 



6 41 

7 11 

7 41 

8 30 

9 18 

10 24 

11 30 
morn 

48 

2 6 

3 19 

4 32 

5 42 

3 rise 

6 17 

6 44 

7 19 

7 55* 

8 43, 

9 32j 

10 22 

11 26 
morn. 

33 

1 4] 

2 52 

4 a 

5 18 

6 32 
3 sets 



jm w v i!i:vii3r.rt nam ou nays. 



Firif qr. 5d.4li. 31m. mo. 
Last qr. 20d.9h.42m, aft. 



Full mo 12d. 3n. 2m. aft.. 
Newm;> x 7d.l I h. 40m, af . 



MIW Calendar, &c. 



ljl)24t!iaf. Trin 
2 



4 
5 

6 
7 

8 i 
9 2 

103 

114 

12 ~ 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 



All Saints, b 53 

3 with 2 6 54 

3 low frosty. 6 55 

Pursue that which is 6 57 

;n0 J). right, and 6 58 

thine own conscience 6 59 

will give thee joy. 7 c 

windy. 7 1 

Sup. 6 © $ . 7 2 

^w easterly 7 4 

@fast of clock 16m. 7 5 

6 J $ . Full ® , storm. 7 6 

6 |7*s S. Oh. 45m. morn. 7 7 

7\h- Station. 7 8 

D26th af. Trin. Japo.7 9 

2 3 high. cold ' 7 10 

3 J chilly, blustering. 7 1 1 



jQri |Qs, jFsea. jr. 3 s 
7 



134 ; 'dOS. Ajmi?7 12 

1-9/5 j/aa* owr/br 7 13 

20 6 :n O 3 • raw or mow. 7 1 4 
7 jDay's lenerth 9h. 30m. 7 15 
D27 af.T.Qe. / 4h.3m.af 7 16 



5 



27 af.T.Qe. / 4h.3m.af 7 16 4 44 
7*5 south 1 1 o'ci. 35m. 7 17)4 43 

some good weather. 7 I8|4 42 
O fast of clock 1 2m. 7 1 9 j4 4 1 

blustering weather. 7 19 4 41 
New ^. full tides. 7 20 4 40 

> Perigee. rain 7 2 1 4 39 

Advent Suncl. or sn ow. 7 22*4 38 



4 59 
4 58 

4 56 
4 55 
4 54 
53 
4 52 
451 
4 50 
4 49 
4 48 
447 
446 
4 45 
4 44 



11 51 
aft. 56 

2 

3 

3 56 

4 47 



34 

IS 

1 

43J 
27 
12 
59 



15 

19 

241 



10 49 

11 39 
morn. 

30 



30|2 St. Andrew. 



3lowJ7 22|4 38 



21 
10 
56 
41 
25 
9 

5 53 

6 40 

7 31 

8 26 

9 28 
33j 



7 

3 

9 

10 
11 55 
morn. 

1 16 

2 23 

3 30 

4 25 

5 40 
3 rise 

5 19 

5 

3 

17 

21 

23 



10 24 

11 2§ 
morn 

34 

1 39] 

2 40 

4 

5 10 
3 set 

4 54 

5 58 
11 40! 7 2 







DECEMBEH h; 


ittl 3 


1 days. 






First q\\ 4d. 2h. 32m. at. j Las: qr. 20d. 2b 


t. 45ras. at. 


Full mo. 12d lth.32m.fln. ! New \ h n. 27d. 1 Oh. 5m, mo. 


m|\v| Calendar, &c. |©r.|@s.|F. 


sea jr. j) s 


1 


3 


7*£. south llh. 50121. 7 23 


4 37 


aft, 


44j 8 24 


2 


i 


7ow m^ 7 24 


4 3§ 


1 


43 


9 40 


3 


>5 


Days length 9h. 12m. 


7 24 


436 


2 


37 


10 56 


4 


6 


5 Stationary. DO]). 


725 


4 35 


o 


25 


morn. 


5 


7 


expect rain 


7 25 


435 


4 


10 


5 


6 


{) 


2d bund, in Advent. 


726 


4 34 


4 


53 


1 14 


7' 


2 


cr snow. 


7 26 


4 34 


5 


35 


2 1*3 


8 


3 


Concep. V. Mary. 


727 


4 33 


6 


17 


3 22 


9 


4 


© fabt of cl 7 m. 


727 


4 33 


7 


1 


4 29 


10 


5 


CW weather 7 28 


4 32 


7 


47 


5 36 


11 


6 


J Apogee. is ' J7 28 


4 32 


8 


35 


6 43 


12 


7 


Ful 10. at han i f®8 


4 32 


9 


25 


Jrse 


13 


D 


3d in Advent, j) high. 


7 29 


4 31 


10 


16 


5 10 


14 


2 


ro/// 6-cwr weather. 


7 29 


4 31 


i 1 


t 


6 9 


15 


3 


7*s so, ph. 53m. 


7 29 


4 31 


11 


55 


7 8 


16 


4 


Are youwith p-Ienty blest 


7 29 


4 31 


morn. 


8 4 


r/ 


5 


While snow drives o'er 7 30 


4 30 





52 


9 P 


Lj3 


6 ;tbep]ain,reHiemberthese7 30 


4 30 


1 


27 


10 13 


19 


7 


distress'd By poverty & 


7 30 


<t 30 


2 


10 


11 16 


20 


Dnaio. 4th in Ad. D(jJ 


7 30 


4 30 


2 


52 


morn 


2! 


2 


St. Thorn, shortest days. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 


34 


21 


2S 


3 


0>J4h37m.Mo6 # i< 


7 30 


i 30 


4 


18 


1 25 


23 


i 


©and clock even 


7 30 


4 30 


5 


4 


2 31 


24 


5 


} Perigee. cold 


7 30 


% SO 


5 


v 56 


3'5f 


23 


6 


Christinas day. 


7 2 9 


4 31 


6 


53 


5 If 


26 


7 


St. Stephen. flflrf 


7 29 


431! 7 


55 


6 32 


27 


D 


New Moon. j)Iuw. 


7 29 


431 9 


3 


Bseb 


28 


2 


Innocents. 


729 


43!|l() 


10 


5 r 


29 




Snow or rain.i 


729 


4 3 1 1 1 1 


14 


6 59 


30 


* 


Days increase 4m f j 


7 28 


4 32 aft. 


12 ! 


8 IP 


51 


:> 


Sylvester, Adieu.'7 2 3 


432 


1 


5 


9 sn 



i? 

T A B L E, 

Blowing the value of any number ot Cents, from one 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence and farthings* 



cts.\ 


9. 


d.f. 


M 


s. 


<*•/•! 


cts 


.9. 


c/./.| 


cts.\ 


* d.f* 


1 10 


OS 


*l 


1 


6 3| 


51 


3 





76 


4 6 3 


2 JO 


1 2 


27 


I 


7 2, 


52 


3 


1 2 


77 


4 7 3 


3 


2 1 


28 


1 


8 lJ 


53 


3 


1 1 


78 


4 8 2 


4 


3 C 


29, 


t 


9 


54 


3 


3 C 


79 


4 9 1 


5 |0 


2 3 


30 


i 


9 2 


55 


3 


3 2 


80 


4 9 2 


6 





4 1 


31 


1 


10 1 


56 


3 


4 1 


81 


4 10 1 


7 





5 


32 


1 


11 0- 


57 


3 


5 


82 


4 110 


S 





5 S 


13 


I 


11 3 


58 


3 


5 3 


83 


4 li 3 


9 





6 2 


34 


2 


2 


59 


3 


6 1 


84 


5 2 


10 





7 1 


35 


2 


1 1 


60 


3 


7 I 


85 


5 2 1 


11 





8 


36 


2 


1 


61 


._> 


8 2 


86 


5 2 


12 





8 3 


137 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 


8 1 


87 


5 2 3 


13 





9 1 


138 


2 


3 1 


63 


3 


19 


88 


5 3 1 


14 





C 


139 


2 


4 


64 


3 10 S 


89 


5 4 


15 


10 3ii4G 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 


10 2 


90 


5 4 3 


16 





11 2 


41 


2 


5 2 


66 


3 


1 3 


91 


5 5 2 


17 


I 


10 1 


42 


2 


6 It 


67 


U 


) C 


9 


5 6 1 


18 


1 


1 C 


143 


2 


7 


68 


4 


1 3 


93 


\S 7 


19 


1 


1 3 


!44 


2 


7 3 


69J4 


1 2 


94 


5 7 3 


20 


i 


2 2 


145 


> 


8 2 


70 4 


1 1 


95 


5 8 2 


21 


l 


3 t 


46 


2 


9 C 


71 J4 


3 


96 


5 9 


22 


i 


O r. 

o 3 


! 47 


2 


9 3 


7^4 


3 3 


97 


5 9 3 


23 |t 


4 2 


|48 


2 


10 2 


734 


4 2 


98 


5 10 2 


24 |l 


5 I 


,49 


2 


11 1 


74|4 


5 1 


99 


5 11 1 


28 


ii 


6 


150 


3 





175 


14 


6 


MOO 


16 



Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tenths^ 
Cents or Hundredths, and Mills or Thousand t/ts. 
A Z)zW bting the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cera* 
the hundredth part of a Dollar y and a ikM t£e 
thousandth part of a Dollar. 



13 



a TABLE of SIMPLE INTEREST at 6 


per Cen£, 




For a 

ton. [ 


v.y turn fr 

3 Mon 


>m 20*. to £\ COO. 






1 A 




G Mon. 


A \ ear. 


& 


*. 


<*.'?. 


s. 


d. 


?• 


s. d. q. 


8. 


d.q. 


1 





1 





3 


2 


7 


1 


2 1 


2 1 


2 1 





7 





1 2 


2 


4 3 


3 1 


3 2 


o 


10 


3 


1 9 2 


o 
O 


7 


4 | 


4 3 1 


1 


2 


1 


2 4 2 


4 


9 


5 j 


6 


1 


6 





3 


6 





G 


7 


1 


9 


2 


3 7 


7 


2 


7 |0 


3 1 


2 


1 





4 2 


8 


4 


§ 





9 2 


2 


4 


3 


A 9 2 


9 


7 


9 





10 3 


2 


8 


1 


5 4 2 


10 


9 


£- & 


fc'tfc 


L 


s, 


d. 


/. s cL 


/, 


5. d. 


10 





10 





3 





6 





12 


20 





2 





6 





12 


1 


4 


SO 





3 





9 





18 


1 


16 


40 





4 





}2 





1 4 


2 


8 


50 





5 





15 





1 10 


3 





CO 





6 





18 





1 16 


3 


12 


70 





7 


1 


1 





2 2 


4 


4 


GO 





8 


1 


4 





2 8 


4 


16 


90 o 


9 


J 


7 





2 14*0 


5 


8 


100, 





10 


1 


10 





3 


6 





200, 


i 





3 








6 


12 





300 


1 


10 


4 


10 








13 





400 


2 





6 








12 


21 





500 


2 


10 


7 


10 





15 


30 





600 


3 





9 








18 


36 





700 


3 


10 


10 


10 





?A 


42 





LOO 


4 





12 








21 


48 





900 


4 


10 


13 


10 





j tl 


54 


o a 


loco 


j 





i 15 








i 30 


GO 


o a 



10 
STAMP TABLE. 

' cents on Notes not exceeding 100 dollf. 

> on Notes above 100 and not exceeding 200 
on Notes above 200 and not exceeding 5'H) 

> on Notes above 500 and not exceeding f/K)0 
on Notes above 1 ,000 and not exceeding »,5(*) 

> on Notes above 1,500 and not exceeding 2,0/X) 

> on Notes above 2,000 and not exceeding 3*00(1 

> on Notes above 3,000 and not exceeding 4,000 

> on Notes above 4,000 and not exceeding 5,000 

> on Notes above 5,000 and not exceeding 7, "»f:> 
) on Notes above 7,000 and not exceeding 8,000k 
i on Notes above 8,03j 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

Single Letters. 

p any distance not exceeding 30 miles 6 cents, 

er 40 and not exceeding 80 miles 10 

_ 80 150 12 1-2 

- 400 • 25 

)oub!e letters are double, triple letters triple, and quad- 
de letters, quadruple of these r?-tes. A packet the '-r eight 
>ne ounce, the rate of four single letters, an'. 1 in like pro- 
tion for one of a greater weight. 

ingle letters if carried in a vessel of the United States, S 
ts, in a private vessel 6 cents ; double, he. in proportion, 
f o master of a vessel can report, before his letters are 
ivered at the post office. 

Newspapers, one cit.t ; but if carried over 100 miles oae 
i a half cents. Not carried out of the state where print- 
one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet. Ar.7 

tance n«H exceeding 50 miles, one cent. Over 50 nn.£ 

exceeding lOO miles, 1 1-2 ceute — any ^.-CLtcrii Stance 2* 



50 
LIST OF POST-OFFICES 

And Post»Masiers in the State of Connecticut* 



Post- Of Ices 

Ash ford 

Berlin 

Bethlehem 

Branferd 

Bridgeport 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Burlington 

Bolton 

Bristol 



Post-Masters 

David Bolles 
$. Porter, 2d 
S. Church, jr„ 
Jonathan Barker 
Jesse Sterling 
llobert B. Buggies 
Adams White, j'r 
W. Lowry 
Saul Alvoid 
Lott Newell 



Bradleysville, (Litchfield) Henry Wadsworth 

Barkhampstead Clark H. Roberts 

ri*™„ S William Douglass 

Canaan iwilliamM.BurriU 

Canterbury Gad Bulkiey 

Canton, or West Sirasbury Jared Mills, j'r 



Chelsea Landing- 
Cheshire 
Chester 
Colchester 
Colebrook 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
J) an bury 
Derby 
Durham 
Kast-Haddara 
Last- • f art ford 

• Orfoi d Parish 

East- Wind aor 

Km field 

L I Is worth, (Sharon) 

East Guilford 

Fairfield 

1 'arm in 3 Ion. 

Franklia 

G lasten burr 

Goshen 



John De Witt 
Amasa Hitchcock, jr. 
Bani Denison 
Samuel A. Peters 
Selah Treat 
George Wheaton 
Silas Hibbard 
Zalmon Wildmaa 
Kussel Hitehco&k 
James Robertson 
Timothy Green 
Lemuel White 
Wells WoodbridM 
Aaron Bisscl 
L. T- Pease 
Daniel St. Jokn 
Curtis Wilcox 
David Judscn 
Samuel Richards 
Amasa Hyde, 
Joseph Welles 
Eras (.us Lymagi 



Granby 
I Greenwich 
i Guilford 

Groton 

Had da m 

Hartford 

Harwington 

Hebron, 

do. Andover 

Huntington 

Humphreysville 

Jewetl's City, (Preston) 
I Kent 
I Killingly 

Killingworth 
Lebanon 

Litchfield 
Lyme 

do. Hirer Head 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Meriden 
Middle town 

do. Upper Houses 
Mil ford 
Mistick 

Middle Haddam 
New-Hartford 
New-Haven 
New-London 
Newtown 
New-Salem 
Norfolk 
Northford 
North ington 
North-Stonington 
Norwalk 
Norwich 
Oxford 
Plainfield 
Plymouth 
Po«ifret 



ITezekiah Goodrich 

Isaac Weed 

R. Elliot 

Elijah Bailey 

Charles Arnold 

Jonathan Law 

Joel Bradley 

A. Hendee 

Simon House 

Mall Beardsley 

John T. Wheeler 
John Johnson 
Lewis St. John 
Joseph Adams 

Samuel Crane 

Roger Bailey, 

Moses Seymour, j'r 
Charles Smith 
Peter Comstock 
Samuel A. Spalding 
Enos H. Buell 
Isaac Lewis 
Joshua Stow 
Josiah Sage 
Jirah Buil 
Zabdiel Rogers 
John Stewart 
Theodore Cowles 
William H. Jones 
Ebenezer Way 
Caleb Baldwin 

S. H. Williams 
Joseph Jones 
Augustus Tyler 
Richard Bacon 
Thos. T. Wells 
William M. Belts 
John Hyde 
David Candee 
Ebenezer Eaton 
Apollos Warner 
Lemuel Grosvenor 



Preston 
Reading 

Kidgefield 

3 Upton Parish 

Kocky Hill 

Salisbury 

Saugatuck 

Say brook 

Sharon 

Sharon, (Elsworth society) 

Simsbury 

SoVithington 

Stafford Springs 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Sou th bury 

bloningtou 

Stratford 

Nuffield 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Tiunibull 

Torrington 

Walhngforo' 

Warehouse Point 

Washing! on 

Waterlury 

Watertown 

WtthcisficM 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Warren 

Windsor 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Yemen 



Samuel M. Downer 
William Cornstock 
Timothy Keeler 
A. Judson 
Eli Goodrich 
Samuel Church 
Stephen Morehouse 
Humphrey Pratt. 
George King, jV 
Daniel St John 
Noah A. Phelps 
11 Lewis 
lienjamin Webb 
Abraham Davenport 
Benjamin Tuckermaa 
bh. Osborn 
George Hubbard 
David Brooks 
William Gay 
John Nichols, j'r 
Calvin Wiliey 
Eliakim Beach 
Harvey Palmer 
James Carrington. 
Chailes S, Phelps 
Ghauncey Camp . . 
William K. Lampsoa 
}lei»iamin De Forest 
James L. Beldca 
Aaron Hyatt 
Horace Nigley 
Charles Tainlor 
John Talmadge 
William Howard 
Wra. Perry 
Chester Kendall 
Lebbius P. Tinker 



23 
TARIFF, 
Or Rates cf Duty, on all Goods, Wares and Mer- 
chandise, imported into the United States rf A- 
i.itrica ; as established by an act of of Congress 
of the twenty seventh cf April, one thousand eight 
hundred and sixteen, entitled "an Act to regu- 
late the duties on imports and Tonnage." 



TABLE I. 



Jm[>Gi\auunH m 



vessels 
Pei ecu 



30 

20 



20 
15 



1-C 



Foreign 

vessel*. 



8 



1 4 



8 1-4 



It 1-2 



Of articles subject to ad valorem rates of A?ner, 
Duty* 
(A.) 
Articles, all composed wholly or chiefly! 
of gold, diver, pearl, and precious 
stones. 
Artificial flowers, 
Arms, fire 
Arabic, gum 
Arms, side and fire 

Articles, all not free, and not subject to 
any other rate or duty, (see gold leaf.)! 
(B.) 

Brass, maufactures of all articles from,) 
or of which brass is the material of- 
chief value, *■ j 20 

*N. B. In all cosea where an ad valorem duty shall be t 
charged, it shall be calculated on the nett cat of the articles ^ 
at the place whence imported, ( exclusive of packages, com_ 
missions, and all charges, J with the usual addition, estah 
hahed by law, of % ( .) per cent, on ell merchandise imported 
from places beyond the Cape of Good Hope, find &f 10 pe.r 
eent. on articles importedJr$m all othsr places. 



Brass wire, 

Buttons, 

Button moulds, 

Buckles of all kinds, 

Bonnets for women. 

Balsams, 

Bridles, 

Books, blank 

Brushes, 

Bristol stones, 

Blue Prussian 

Bleached, or coloured, (see cotton yarn) 

(C.) 

r-i-.v. k^ m „»„ J Except Russian &Oer 
C o h, hempen ( m ^ ,. Ra ^ 

Cloth, sail ^ and Holland duck, 

Copper, manufactures of all articles 
from, or of which it is the material of 
chief value, 

Cutlery, 

Cannon, 

China ware, 

Cotton manufactures of all descriptions, 

or of which it is the material of chief 

value, till the 30th of June 1819, 

(After that di\y 20 \)cy cent.) 

Cotton twist, do. do. do. 

Cotton yarn, do. do. do. 

Cotton thread, do. do. do. 

Cotton cloths, or cloths of which cotton 
is the material of chief value, (except 
inaj nankeens imported direct from 
China,) the original eost of which, al 
the place whence imported, with the 
addition of 20 per cent, if imported 
from the Cape of Cood Hope, or fron 
places beyond it, and 10 per cent frcm 
any other place, shall be less than 25 
cents per square yard, shall, with sue! 
additions, be taken and deemed to have 
cost 25 cents per square yard, am 



20 
20 
20 
20 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
7 
20 



20 



20 
20 
20 
20 



25 

25 
25 

25 



25 



25 



25 
shall be cnarged with duty according 

Pnfton twist, ) Unbleached and uncol 
Cotton twist, # , th ordinal 

Cotton yarn, ( < loureci*. me b 
Cotton thread, > cost of wh.ch shal 1 at 
less than sixty cents per pound, shal 
he deemed and taken to have cost 60 
cents per pound, and shall be charged 
with duty accordingly, I 

Cotton yarn, bleached or coloured, the 
■ ori^nal cost of which shall have been 
less than 75 cents per pound, shall be 
taken and deemed to have cost 75 
cents per pound, and shall be charged 
with duty accordingly, > 

Cotton piece goods imported in vessel 
of the United States, which shad have 
sailed therefrom, before the 27ih of 
AnriU8l6, and shall arrive therein be- 
tween the 30th of June, 18l6, and the 
first of June, 1817, the original cost of 
which cotton piece goods, at the place 
whence imported, shall have been ess 
than 25 cents per square yard, shall be 
admitted to entry, subject only to a 
duty of 33 1-3 per cent, on the cost ot 
said cotton piece goods in India, and 
on the usual addition of 20 per cent, on 
that cost, 
Caps for women, 

„ or hats of wool, 

\ ,, of fur ' 

" ', of leather, 

5 ; „ ofchip, 

of straw, 

V, . I ° fsilk » 

Cosmetics, 

Carters, 

Comfits, of all descriptions, preserved in 

sugar or brandy, 
Cabinet wares, 



27 1-$ 



27 1-2 



27 1-2 



33 
SO 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 



30 



i-e 



33 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 

33 
33 



"Carriages of all descriptions, arid parts 

thereof, 
Canes, 

Clothing:, ready made 
Cotton, stockings of 
Chip, (see hats or caps, &c.) 
Coloured, or bleachad, (see cotton yarn 

fee) 

(to) 

Dying drugs, and materials for compos- 
ing dyes, not subject to other rates of 
duty, 

(E.) 

Embroidery, 
Epsulets, 
Earthen ware, 

Fire arms, 
Fans, 
F eat hers, 

IF ram eg, cr sticks, for umbrellas or par- 
asols, 
Fur, bats or caps of 
Floor cloths, painted 
Flags, mats of 
Flowers, artificial 

CO 

Gum, itrajbie 

Cum, Senegal 

Cold watches, 

Gold b.ce, 

Gold, (see articles all composed of, h.z ) 

Gold leaf, and all articles not free, and 

not subject to any ether rate or duty, 
Glass, manufactures other than window 

glass, and black glass quirt bottles, 
Gilt wares, of all kinds, 
G/ass, mats of 



SO 
50 

50 
20 



1-2 



7 


1..3 


, 8 M 


7 


1*2 


s u 


20 




22 


20 




22 


Sfl 




53 


SO 




33 


so 




3:3 


so 




33 


30 




sp 


SO 




53 


30 


i 


33 


7 


I 

1-2 


8 1-4 


7 


1-2 


8 1-4 


7 


i»e 


8 1-4 


i 


1*8 


S 1 4 



15 

20 
30 



9.7 
(Ii.) 
Hempen cloth, (see cloth) 
Hats or caps of wool, 

»» » fu, \ 

,, ,, leather, 

j» „ chip, 

n » strilw » 

i, „ silk, 

Harness, 
I Head dresses, ornameuts for 
Hangings, paper 

en 

Iron, Manufactures of all articles from, 
or of which it is the material of ttiw 
"value, 

Jewelry, 

Japan aed warts of all kinds, 

(L.) 

Lace goI4i 

„ silver, 
Laees, 
Lace veils, 

„ shawls, 

,, shades, J 
Leaf, gold (see gold leaf,) 
Leal, manufactures of all articles from 

or of which it is the material of chief 

\alue, 
Leather, and all manufactures thereof, 

or of which it is the material of chief 

va^ue, 

(VI.) 

Materials for composing dyes,not subject 
to other rates of duty, 

Manufactures of all articles from brass, 
copper* iron, steel, pewter, lead, tin, 
or of which either of them is the ma- 
terial of chief value. 



^•of thread or silk, 



SO 
SO 
30 
30 

30 
30 
SO 
SO 
JO 



20 

7 

20 



20 

30 



20 



Muskets, 

Manufactures, (see woolen, &c.) 
„ (see cotton, &c.) 

„ (see leather, &c.) 

Millinery, of all sorts, 

Mats, of grass, 
„ of flags, 

Mustard, 

Manufactures of wood, (see wood, &e.) 

Moulds, button 



Needles, 
Nitre, 



(N) 



Co.) 



Oil sallad 

Olives, 

Ornaments for head dresses, 

(p.) 

Paste work, 

Pearls of all kinds, set or not set, 

Precious stones of all kinds, set or not! 

set, 
Pearl, all articles composed wholly or 

chiefly of, 
Precious stones, all articles composed 

wholly or chiefly of 
Printing types, 
Pewter, ail articles manufactured from, 

or of which it is the material of chief 

value, 
Pins, 

Plated wares of all kinds, 
Prussian blue, 
Porcelain, 
Parasols, of whatever materials, 

„ sticks or frames for 
Perfumes, 
Painted floor cloths, 
Pickles, 



20 



30 
30 
33 

20 



20 

7 



30 
30 
30 



7 12 

7 L-S 

7 1 

7 1-2 

r i-2 

20 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 



22 



33 
33 
33 
33 

-22 



22 
8 1-4 



33 
33 

33 



8 1-4 

8 i-4 

8 1-4 

8 1-4 

8 l.-i 
22 



22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
33 
33 
33 
S3 
33 



Paper cf every description, 

Pasteboard, 

Paper hangings, 

Parchment, 

Preserves, (see sweetmeats) 

(it.) 

J?ugs, (see woolen manufactures, ice.) 
(S.) 

Senegal gum, 

Salt Petre, 

Silver watches, 

Stones, precious, of all kinds, set or not; 

set, 

„ Bristol 
Silver, (see articles all composed, &c.) 
Shawls, luce, of thread or silk, 
Shades, lace, of ,, ,, 

Stockings of wool or cotton, 
Sail cloth, (see cloth) 
Steel, manufactures from, of all kinds, 

or of which it is the material of chief 

value, 
Side arms, 
Stone ware, 
Stuff goods, (see woolen manufactures, 

&c.) 
Slicks, or frames for umbrellas or para- 
sols, 
Straw, (see hats or caps) 
Siik hats or caps, 
Sallad oils, 
Sweetmeats, of all descriptions, preserv 

ed in sugar or brandy, 
St.ddles; 
S ticks, walking 

(T.) 

Thread, (see lace, lac? shawls, &c c ) 
Ty pes for priuCiug, 



30 
30 
30 
30 



7 


1-2 


7 


1-2 


7 


1-2 


7 


1-2 


7 


i-i 


7 


1-2 


7 


I -2 


m 




20 




20 




20 





50 

30 
SO 

30 
30 
30 



20 



so 

Tin, manufactures from, of ail articles, 
or cf which it is the material of chief 
value, 

Twist, (see cotton manufacture, &c.) 

(U& V.) 

Unbleached, and uneoloured, (see cot- 
ton twist, &c ) 
Veils, lace, of thread or silk, 
Umbrellas, 
Vellum, 

(W) 

Watches, all kinds of, and parts of 

Wire, brass, 

Wares, of all kinds, gilt, 

„ „ japanned 

Woolen manufactures of all descriptions, 
or of which wool is the material o[ 
chief value, until the 30th of June, IS] 9, 
after that day, 20 per cent, excepting 
Blankets, 
Woolen rugs, 
Worsted, and stuff 
goods, 
Washes, 
Wafers, 
Wares, cabinet 
Wood, all manufactures of 
Wool, stockings of 
Walking sticks, 
Whips, 
Ware, china 
,, earthen 
,, stone 

(Y.) 

Yarn, (?ee eottou manufactures, &c.) 



20 



25 



3) 


33 


30 


33 


30 


3i 


30 


33 


20 


22 


30 


23 


SO 


33 


20 


22 


20 


22 


20 


22 



22 



7 


1-2 


8 1.4 


30 




33 


30 




33 


7 


1-2 


8 14 


26 




22 


20 




22 


20 




£2 


20 




2Z 



27 1-2 



31 



TABLE II. 


IMPORTATIONS IN 




Amer % 




Fo^cigr, 


Of articles sittject to specific 


vessels. 




vessels. 


rates of duty. 


Cents. 


Per. 


Cents. 


(A) 








Ale, in bottles, 


]5 


gallon 


]6.5 


'< otherwise than in bottles, 


10 




a 


Allum, 


100 


Cwt. 


no 


Almonds, 


3 


pound 


33 


Anchors, 


150 


Cwt ' 


16 


(B) 








Beer, in bottles, 


15 


gallon 


16.5 


,, otherwise than in bottles, 


10 




11 


Bottles, black glass quart 


144 


gross 


158.4 


boots, 


HO 


pair 


165 


Bristles, 


3 


pound 


3.3 


Bars ) ir0n ' a * €XCe P tm » ,r0n 
Bolts', C ^™ f * c ^ edb . v ™ 1 * 








45 


Cwt. 


49.5 


Bars, ^ iron in, when raanufac- 
Bolts,} tured by roiling, 








150 


fi 


165 


Bet 1 ?, lead in 


1 


pound 


1.1 


Bolts, copper 


4 


j» 


4.4 


,, composition 


4 


») 


4.4 


Bohea, (see teas) 








Brown sugar, 




>9 


33 


Burgundy, (see wines) 








(C. 








Cards, playing 


30 


pack 


3 3 


Cables, 


3 


pound 


33 


Coinage, tarred 


3 


99 


3.3 


Cordage, un tarred 


4 


99 


4.4 


i, yarns, 


4 


99 


4.4 


», twines, 


4 


99 


44 


,, pack thread, 


4 


9) 


4.4 


,, seine?, 


4 




4-4 


Cauules, tallow 


3 




C G 


„ wait 


6 


>» 


6 6 


}J Bperroaceti 


G 


11 


6.6 



32 

Chinese cassia, 

Cinamon, 

Cloves, 

Cheese, 

Chocolate, 

Cocoa, 

Coal, (heaped) 

Copperas, 

Copper, rods, bolts, spikes, or 

nails, 
Composition, rods, bolts, spikee, 

or nails, 
Coffee, 
Cotton, 
Currants, 

Champaign, (see wines) 
Candy, sugar 
Cigars, 

Clayed, white orpowdered sugar 
Children, shoes and slippers for 

(D.) 

Duck, Russia, not exceeding 52 
archeens, each piece, 
,, Ravens, not exceeding 52 

archeens each piece, 

i, Holland, hoc exceeding 52 

archeens each piece, 

(F. 

Figs, 

Fish, foreign caught, 

a , mac! . vcl, 

„ salmon, 

,, all other pickled 
Fayal, (see wines) 

(G.) 

Class bottles, black quart 
Glass, window, not above S in- 
ches bj 10, 



25 

25 

9 

3 

2 
5 

100 


pound 

M 

9} 
3> 

bushel 
Cwt. 


4 


pound 


4 
5 
3 
3 


>9 
99 


12 
2 


pound 
thous 


4 
15 


pound 
pair 


200 


piece 


125 


%$ 


250 


s> 


S 

100 
150 
200 


pound 
quint* 

barrel 


100 


?> 


l44 


gross 


250 


lO0s.fL 



33 

„ „ net above 10 by 12, 
„ „ above 10 inch.by 12, 

Clue, 

Gunpowder, 

Gunpowder, and ) sce tea3 . 



Gomes, 



(H.) 



275 

325 
5 
S 



Hemp, 

Hoops, sheets and rods, iron in 

Hyson, (see teas) 

llollaud, (see duck) 

(I&J.) 

Iron, or steel wire, not exceed- 
ing No. 18, 
„ „ „ over No. 18, 

Iron, in bars or bolts, except 
manufactured by rolling, 

Iron, in sheets, rods or hoops, 

„ in bars, or bolts, when 

manufactured by rolling, 

Indigo, 

Imperial, (see teas) 

(L.) 

Lead, in pigs, bar3 or sheets, 
f „ manufactured into shot, 
„ red or white,dry or ground 
in oil, 
Lisbon, (see wines) 
Lump sugar, 
Loaf sugar, 

(M.) 

Manufactures of iron into bars, 

or bolts, by rolling, 
Manufacture of lead into shot, 
\\ adeira, (see wines) 
Mace, 
Muscatel raisins, 



150* 
250 



5 

9 

45 
250 

150 
15 



10 



150 
2 

100 
3 



pound 
Cwt. 

pound 

9» 

Cwt. 

39 

»» 

ponnd 



Cwt. 
pound 



302.5 

357.5 

55 

8.8 



1G5 

275 



5.5 
9.9 

49 5 
275 

165 
16.5 



1.1 

2.2 

33 

11 

13.2 



165 

2.2 



110 

3.3 1 



34 






Manufactured tobacco, other 




1 


than snuft'and segars, 


10 


„ 


Molasses, 


5 


gallon 


(N) 






Nails, copper 


4 


pound 


,, composition 


4 


9f 


Nails, 


3 


»» 


Nutmegs, 


60 


it 


(O.) 






Ochre, dry 


1 


59 


Ochre, iu oil, 


1.5 


»j 


Oil,spermacet» of foreign fishing 


25 


gallon 


„ whale or other fish oil of 






foreign fishing, 


15 


j> 


Olive oil, in casks, 


25 


o 


Oporto, (see wines) 






m 






Playing eards, 


30 


pack 


Pepper, 


8 


pound 


Pimento, 


6 


M 


Plumbs, 


3 


» 


Prunes, 


3 


j, 


Pack thread, £see cordage) 






Pickled, (see fish) 






Portugal, (see wines) 






Porter in bottles, 


15 


gallon 


„ otherwise than in bottles, 


10 




Paris, white 


1 


pound 


Pigs, lead in 


1 


» 


(R.) 






Red lead, dry or ground in oil, 


3 


if 


Raisins, muscatel 


3 


9» 


,;, in jars, 


3 


3> 


„ in boxes, 


3 


9* 


„ all kinds of 


2 


it 


Rhenish, (see wines) 






Rods, (see copper, composition 






and iron,) 







35 

Russia, (see duck) 
Havens, (see duck) 

13.) 

Steel, 
Segars, 

Spirits, from grain, 
1st proof, 
2d do. 
3d do. 
4th do. 
5th do. 

Above 5th proof, 
Spirits from other materials than 
grain, 1st proof 
2d do. 
3d do. 
4th do. 
5th do. 
above 5th proof, 
Shoes, of silk 
„ of leather, 
„ for children, 
Slippers of silk 
„ of leather, 
,. for children. 
Spikes, 

„ copper 
Spikes composition 
So2p» 

Shot, manufactured of lead 
Sugar, brown 
„ white clayed or powdered 
„ lump, 
*, loaf, 
„ candy, 
Snuff, 

Sicily, (see wines) 
Steel wire,not exceeding No.l8 ; 

,, „ above No 18, 
Suuchong, (see teas) 
Seines 



1217002 



100 


Cwt. 


250 


thous. 


42 


gallon 


45 


»> 


4* 


f> 


52 


a 


60 


9> 


75 


99 


38 


99 


38 


99 


42 


99 


48 


» 


57 


99 


70 


99 


30 


pair 


25 


99 


15 


99 


30 


99 


25 


»1 


15 


»9 


2 


pound 


4 


99 


4 


99 


3 


99 


2 




3 


99 


4 


i% 


10 


99 


12 


99 


12 


99 


12 


1% 


5 


19 


9 


99 



4.4 



30 

Sheets, hp\\ in. 
,, lead hi 
Salt, 
Spermaceti oil, 

(T.) 

Tarred cordage, 
Tallow, 

Tallow candles, 
Teas from China, 
Bohea, 

Souchong and other black, 
imperials gunpowder and 

gomee, 
£ -Jyson and young hyson. 
Hvsob skin and other green 
„ from any other plsue than 
China, 
Bohea, 

Souchong and other black 
Imperial, gunpowder and 

gomee, 

• Hyson and young hyson, 

Hyson skin and other green 

Tobacco, manufactured, other 

than snaff and segarsj 
Twine, (see cordage) 
Tener'nT, (see wines) 
Tokay, (see wines) 

(U.) 

Un tarred cordage,(see cordage^ 

(W.) 

Wax candles > 

Whiting, 

White, Paris 

IV i u c s> M ad ei ra "1 

„ Burgundy I 

„ Champaign r 

„ Khenish & \ 

„ Tokay, J 



250 
I 

20 
25 



S 

1 
3 

25 

$0 

40 
28 



14 

3* 

68 
SB 
10 



too 



I Cwt. 

pound 

b. 56 !b. 

[ gallon 



pound 



saUnn 



275 . 
l.l 
22 
27.5 



no 



k 



Sherry U ) 
r, S 



CO 



70 



50 



40 



25 



77 
55 

-* 27.5 

pou a J 3.3 



St. Lucar, 
On other wine not enu- 
iterated, when mj por- 
ted in bottles or cases, 
f9 Lisbon r 
„ Oporto 
and other wines of Por- 
tugal and Sicily, 
„ TeneriflT 
„ Fayal.&t other wines 
of the Western Isl- 
ands, 
# , AH other wines when 
\ imported, otherwise 
than in cases and hot 
ties, 
White lead, dry or ground in 

oil, 
Wire,?ron,or steel, not exceed- 
ing No. 18, 

i9 above No. 1 8, 

White, clayed or powdered su 

gar, 
Window glass, (see glass) 

(Y.) 
Yarns, (see cordage) 

N» B. It will be seen that (to the rates of duty imposed on 
goods, wares and merchandise in American vessels) an ad- 
dition of 10 per cent, has been made, when the importations 
are in foreign vessels, on all the aforegoing ad valorem and 
specific articles, except on teas from China, in that instance 
alone the act makes the specific discrimination The 3d ■ 
section of the act provides that this additional duty of 10 ner 
cent, shall not apply to goods, wares and merchandise im- 
ported in ships or vessels not of the United States, entitled 
ty treaty, or by an act or acts of congress to be entered in 
the ports of the United States, on the payment of the same 
duties as are paid on goods, wares and meirhandist impor- 
ted in ships or vessels of the United States. 



5.5 
9.9 

4.4 



TABLE III. 

Of articles J ree of duties. 

Articles all imported for the use of (he United States, 

Apparatus, philosophical, specially imported by order and 

for the use of any society incorporated for philosophical 

or literary purposes, or for the encouragement of the fine 

arts, or by order and for the use of any seminary of learn- 

Anatomical preparations, 

Animals imported for breed, 

Apparel, weariRg, and other person al baggage in actual use, 

Antimony, regulus of 

Antiquities, all collections of, specially imported, &c* 

Rocks, specially imported, &c. 

Busts, do. do. 

Botany, specimens in 

Baggage, personal, in actual use, 

Bark of the cork tree, unmanufactured, 

Burr Stones, unwrought, 

Bullion, 

Brass, in pigs, bars or plates, 

— old, fit only to be're-marmfactured, 
Barilla, 

Brimstone or sulphur, 

Brazil wood, 

Braziletto, 

Breed, animals, imported for 

Bars, brass in 

— copper in 

— tin in 

Charts, specially imported, Sec. 

Casts, do. " do. 

Coins, cabinets of do. do. 

Cork tree, bark of, unmanufactured, 

C in, gold, silver 

Clay, unwrought 

* N. B. In all cases where the articles are stated as 
ff specially imparted* they are governed by the conditions 
and rcs'rictii?is expressed under the head ** apparatus^ 
philosophical" 



39 

Copper imported in any shape for the use of the mint, 

— in pigs, bars or plates, suited to the sheathing of ships, 

— old, fit only to be re-manufacturedj 
Camwood, 

Collections of antiquities, specially imported, &c. 

Cabinets of coins, 

Calaminaris lapis, 

Cloth rags of an> kind, 

Drawings, specially imported, See. 

Drawings, do. do. 

Dye woods, 

Engravings, specially imported, &c. 

Etcking or engraving, do. do. 

Farsof all kinds undressed, 

Fustic, 

Gems, specially imported, Sec. 

Gold coin, 

Hides, raw 

Instruments, philosophical, specially imported, he. 

Implements of trade of persons arriving in the U. States, 

Inventions, models of 

Lapis caiarainaris, 

Log- wood, 

Maps, specially imported, 

Medals, do. do. 

Modelling, do. do. 

Mineralogy, specimens in 

Models of inventions, 

— of machinery, 

Mint, copper in any shape imported for the use of 

Natural history, specimens in 

Nicaragua wood, 

Old brass, lit only to be re-manufactured, 

— copper, fit only to be do. 

— pewter, fit only to be do. 
Philosophical apparatus, specially imported, &c. , 
Paintings, do. do. 
Painting, do. do. 
Plaster of Paris, 

Plants, 

Pewter, old, fit only to be re-manufaituied, 

Preparations, anatomical 



40 

Personal baggage in actual use, 
Pigs, brass in 
Plates, brass in 

Plates, copper in, suited for the sheathing of ships, 
Persons arriving in the United States, their tools or imple- 
ments of trade, 
Regulus of antimony, 
Rags of any kind of cloth, 
Redwood, 
Remanufactured, old brass, fit only to be 

— old copper, do. do. 

— old pewter, do. do. 
Raw skins, 

Statues, specially imported, See. 
Sculpture, specimens of do. do. 

♦Statuary, do. d* 

Silver coin, 

Skins, raw 
Sulphur or brimstone, 
Spelter, 
Specimens of botany, 

— in natural history, 

— in mineralogy, 
Stones, burr, un wrought, 

Ships, copper in plates for sheathing, 
Sheathing copper in plates for ships. 
Trees, 

Tools of trade of persons arriving in the United State*. 
Tin, pig* cr bars in 
Teutenague, 

Trade implement?, or tools of persons arriving in the V. $, 
United Sutes, all articles imported for the use of 
Unmanufactured bark of the cork tree, 
Unwrought burr stones, 
TJnwrought clay, 
Undressed furs, 

Unmanufactured wood of any kind, 

"Wearing apparel, and other person;,! baggage, in. aelual ttSPj 
Woods for dying, 

Woods? unrm»ttufttc*.m*e<«, fcf any kind 
~ Bim'M, !#$, Nicaragua, lied, 
,£iit?< 



41 

(J^T Goods, Wares and merchandize, not free, and no* 
subject lo any other rate of duty, says the law, pay I* per 
cent, ad valorem. The following articles are not mentioned 
in the Tariff, and are supposed to come under this denomi- 
nation, and consequently pay the above duty, viz. Anni- 
secd, Books, Bricks and Tiles, Bees Wax, Colours prepar- 
ed, either dry or ground in oil, other than expressed in the 
Tariff ; Dates, or dried fruits, other than expressed in do. 
Medicinal Drugs of every description ; Fringes, for uphol- 
sterers and coach makers ; Gauze; Ginger, race or pow- 
dered ; Girandoles, composed of various materials ; Hair 
Powder, Honey, Lamp Black, Lemons, Limes and Lime 
.luice, Musical Instruments, Manufactures of Linen other 
than expressed in the tariff, ditto of Silk, do. do. do. Malt, 
Marble wrought, Nankeens direct from China, Oranges, 
Ointments, Paintings, Picture* and Prints, Pine-apples, 
Pipes, Quicksilver, Slates, Starch and Wool. 

Goods, Wares and Merchandize, being the manufactures 
of Great Britain, in Europe (except those excepted under the 
"tonnage duty,)'' pay no higher duties than vessels of the 
United States ; that is, vessels other than those, which come 
under the denomination of " foreign vessels," in the se- 
cond columo of the foregoing tariff, 

Mloxuance for Draft, — Any quantity of 1 cwt. or 112 lb. 
is allowed 1 lb. ; above 1 cwt. and under t cwt. 2 lb. ; above 
2, and under 3, 3 lb. ; above 3, and under 10, 4 lb. ; above 
10, and under 18, 7 lb. ; above II cwt 9 lb. 

Tares. — Teas, Bohea, on every whole chest 70 lb. ; every 
half ditto, 36 lb. ; every quarter do. 20 lb. On every chest 
of Hyson, or other green tea, of 70 lb. or upwards, 20 lb. 
On every box of other tea, between 50 and 70 lb. IS lb. ; if 
SO lb. 20 1b.; upwards of 80, 22 lb« The above to include 
canvass, ropes, and all other coverings. On other boxes 
of teas, according to the invoice, or actual weight thereof. 
Coffee, in bags, "2 per cent, in bales 3, and in casks 12 per 
cent. Sugari other than loaf, in casks 12, in boxes i5, and 
in bags or mats, 5 per cent. Chocolate, in ooxes 10 per 
cent. Cheese, in hampers or baskets 10, in boxes 20 per 
oent. Cocoa, in casks 10, in bags, 1 per cent. Pimento, 
ia cast;?, 16, in bags, 3 per cent. Pepper, in casks 12, in 
hMes 5, in bags 2 per cent. Candles, in boxes 8 par cent. 
Soap', in boxes 10 per cent, Cotton, in bales 2, in ceroens 6 



4f 

|»er cent. Glauber Salts, in casks S per cent. Indigo, ia 
barrels 12, in other casks 15, in ceroona 10, in bags or mat3 
3 per cent. Kails, in casks 8 per cent. Shot, in casks 3 per 
cent* Segars, in boxes or casks 18 per cent. Sugar Candy, 
in boxes 10 per cent. Twine, in casks 12, in bales 3 per 
cent. On all other goods, according the invoice thereof, 
as to actual weight. 

Leakage, and Breakage —Two per cent, is allowed on 
the guage, on all merchandise, paying duty by the gallon, 
contained in casks Ten per cent on all Beer, Ale, and 
Porter, in bottles, and 5 per cent, on all other liquors in 
bottles, to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of 
breakage ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties on the 
actual quantity, by tale, at the option of the importer, at 
the time cf entry. 

Terms of Credit* — When the duties on ad valorem articles 
are less than jg 50, it must be p«a'd immediatel) ; ifspecific, 
a deposit must be made to secure the same, which, when 
ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the duties on goods imported, (where the sum to. 
be paid by one person or firm, shall exceed J§ 50,1 the fol- 
lowing credit is allowed, unless any bond is out against such 
person or persons, as principal or security for duties, which 
being due, remains unpaid. 

On all articles, the produce of the West Indies, (salt ex- 
cepted,) one half in three, and the other in six months — 
On salt, in 9 months. Oa wines in 12 months On all 
goods, &c. from Europe, (wine, salt, and teas excepted,) 
one third in 8, one third in 10, and one third in 12 months. 
On all goods, &c. (with the same exceptions,) from any oth- 
er p;ace than Europe and the West^Indies, one half in 6, 
one quarter in 9, and one quarter in 12 raontns. On tea, 
from China or Europe, it may be optional with the importer, 
at the time of making the entry, to secure the duties there- 
on, as in case with other merchandise, or to give a bond to 
the collector upon such conditions, that the term of credit 
shall not exceed two years. 

On all goods imported from foreign ports and islands ly- 
ing north of the Equator and situated on the eastern shores 
of America, or in its adjacent seas, bays and gulfs, the same 
credit as on articles the produce of the West-Indies. 

When bonds for duties become due, and aot discharged, 



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ttie collector to prosecute -without delay, and in ease of in* 
solvency or death, the United States to be the first credit- 
or; and if any person shall pay any debt doe by the insolven 
or his estate,from whom or for which they are acting, prev- 
ious to the debt or debts due the United States being first 
fully satisfied and paid, shall become answerable in their 
own person and estate for the same, or part thereof remain- 
ing unsatisfied. Sureties on all bonus for duties, in like 
case of insolvency or death of the principal, shall enjoy the 
like advantage for the recovery of said money as are re- 
served to the United States. 

Duties to be paid or secured where the goods are landed, 
and bonds to be given for securing the duties, if the whole 
or a part of the cargo is destined to different districts; 

Drawbacks. — AH articles cf merchandise subject to duty? 
imported into the United States, either in ships or vessels 
belonging thereto, or in those of any foreign power entitled 
to the like privileges by reason of treaties, upon the expor- 
tation of said articles, which is not to exceed a year from 
the time of their being landed, are allowed a drawback of 
the duties, (except foreign dried and pickled fish, and other 
salt provisions, fish, oil, or playing cards,) subject to a deduc- 
tion ofiJ 1-2 per cent, it is to be understood, however that no 
allowance of the draw-back of dmies,for the amount of addi- 
tional duties imposed on goods imported in vessels not of the 
United States, will be permitted. The drawback on Spirits 
2 cts. per gallon, on the quantity, and 3 per cent, on the 
amount of the duties. The time of -20 dajrs, from the date, 
of the entry, is allowed for giving the exportation bonds. 

Restrictions on Importatio?ir, — No £oods. wares, or mer- 
chandise, subject to the payment of duties, shall he brought 
into the United States from any foreign port or place in a- 
ny other manner than by sea ; nor m any ship or vessel of 
less than thirty tons burthen, agreeable to the mode of as- 
certaining American tonnage, except in certain districts on 
the northern, northwestern, and western boundaries of the 
United States, adjoining to the dominions of Great Britain 
in Upper and Lower Canada, and in the districts on the 
rivers Ohio and Missisippi. And no Keer, Ale, or Porter, 
in casks ot less capacity than forty gallons, beer measure, or 
if in bottles, in packages less than six dozen, under penalty 
of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. No reft uexl, lump 



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6r loaf Sugar, except in vessels of the burthen of one hun- 
dred and twenty tons and upwards, and in casks or packages 
containing each, not less than six hundred pounds, on pain of 
forfeiting the same, with the ship or vessel. No distil- 
led Spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials excepted,) in casks 
of less capacity than ninety gallons, wine measure, ou pain 
of forfeiture as aforesaid, nor in casks or vessels which have 
been marked pursuant to any law of the United States, on 
pain of forfeiture of the aforesaid loaf or lump Sugar, and 
distilled spirits, together with the said ship or vessel.. Pro* 
visions are here made, that a forfeiture shall not be the con- 
sequence where the spirits" are for use of the seamen on 
hoard such vessel, but then not to exceed four gallons for 
each man, and which shall at the time of the entry of the 
said vessel be inserted in the manifest as the sea stores of 
such ship or vessel. 

Tonnage Duties. 
Foreign vessels from ports at which the vessels Of the 
United States are not permitted to enter, and trade, pay a 
duty of two dollars per ton. 

Vessels of the United States having on board good's, Sec. 
which enter from a district in one State to a district in an- 
other State, except an adjoining state, on the sea coast, riv- 
er or lake, or coasters passing to and from Long Island 
and the state of Rhode Island, pay 50 cents per ton. This 
duty is paid but once a year, by vessels having licence to 
trade between the different districts of the United States, 
or to carry on the bank or whale fisheries. But iFsuch ves- 
sels' crews consist of at least three fourths American citi- 
zens, the duty is but six cents per ton. Vessels of the Uni- 
ted States, from foreign places, unless their officers and two 
thirds of their crews are citizens of the United States, pay 
50 cents per ton. 

All foreign vessels pay 50 cents per ton light mone}-, 
except British, direct from Europe 

No goods nre permitted to be imparted into the United 
States except in our own vessels, or in such as wholly be- 
long to the subjects of the country of which the goods are 
the growth, production or manufacture. This regulation, 
bewever, extends only to such nations as have or may adopt 
a similar reguUaiom 



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Connecticut lfleg$ter 3 

FOR THE YEAR 1817—18 



EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTxMENTS 

■ j Q &■■ 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, Esq. 

GOVERNOR. 
HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, Esq. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 



ASSISTANTS. 
Hon. Aaron Austin, Hon. RogerM.Sherman, 



Sam'l \V. Johnson, 
Noah B. Benedict? 
William Perkins, 
Asa Chapman, 
Elks Perkins* 



Jonathan Brace, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Matthew Griswold, 
Henry Champion, 
Freder'k Wolcott, 

Andrew Kingsbory, Esq. Treasurer* 
Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary, 

Elisha Colt, Esq .Comptroller of 'Public Accounts. 

James H illholse, Esq. Comirii?s : oneroftkc School 

Vund . 



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ROLL OF THE 
■HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

For May and October Sessions, I8l7 v 

MAY SESSION. 
Charles Denison, Esq. Speaker. 
John S. Peters, and Simeon H. Minor, Esqrs. Clerks* 
Hartford, Jonathan W. Edwards, Elisha Mix 
Berlin, Amos Peck, Ethan A. Andrews 
Bristol, Bryan Hooker 
Burlington, Theodore Pettibone 
Canton, William Stone 

East- Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Benjamin Lymaa 
East- Windsor ', John Stoughton, Jr. Abner Read 
Enfield, Elam O. Potter, \Villiam Dixon 
Farmingion, John Mix, George Norton 
Glastenbury, Jonathan Welles, Jeremiah Stocking 
Granby, Benajah Holcomb, 2d* Orren Lee 
Hartland, Childs Taylor, Samuel Benjamin 
Marlborough, Joel Foote 
Simsbury, Jarae3 Cornish, Zelotes Phelps 
Southington, Roswell Moore, Roger Whittelsey 
Suffield, Samuel Hastings, Andrew Denison 
JVetkersfie!d { Ezekiel P. Belden, Levi Lusk 
Windsor, Elisha N. Sill, David Grante 
New-Haven, ^Charles Denison, Eleaxer Foster 
Cheshire, Charles Sheiton, Samuel A. Foote 
Branford, Jared Bradley, Jonathan Rose, 2d. 
J)erby, Sheldon Curtis 
East Haven, Eleazer Hemmingway 
Guilford, Samuel Robinson, Benjamin Baldwin 
Hamden, Am a sa Bradley 
Meriden, Stephen Bailey 
Middlebivry, Philo Bronson 
Milford, Benjamin Bull, Samuel B. Gunn 
North Hazen, Daniel Pierpont 
Oxford, Jared Hawley 
Squthbury, Park Brown 

Waliingfertl, Nathaniel Andrews, EHakim Hall 
Waterbury % Daniel Steele, Timothy Gibbud 



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Woodbridge, Justus Thomas, Robert Clark 
Wolcott, Ambros Ives 

New-London, Christopher Manwaring, John P. TroU 
JYorxvich, Ezra Lathrop, Roger Huntington 
Bozrah, Gardner Avery 
Colchester, John R. Watrous, David Deming 
Franklin, Eli Hartshorn 
Griswold % Daniel Huntington 
Gyoton, James Mitchell, Erastus Williams 
JJsbon, Freeman Tracy 
Lyme, Nathaniel Matson, Charles Smith 
Jvlontville, David Turner 
North Stonington, David Coats, John Brown 
JPreston, Ebenezer Avery, Henry F. Lamb 
Stonington, Enoch Burrows, Jesse D. Noyes 
IVaterford, Jeremiah Comstock 
Fairfield, David Hill, Gideon* Tomlinson 
Banbury, Elijah Gregory, Friend Starr 
Brookfield, Noah A. Lacey 
Greenwich, Charles Smith, Enos Lockwood 
Huntington, Clark Elliot, William Clark 
JYew Canaan, Nathan Seeley 
Mew -Faii field, Samuel T. Barnum 
Newtown, Marcus Botsford, James Bennett 
Norwalk, Benjamin Isaacs, Samuel B. Warren 
Sledding, Isaac Beech, Benjamin Meeker 
Ridgeficld, William Hawley, Gamaliel Benedict 
Sherman % Jedediah Graves 
Stamford, James Stevens, Simeon II. Miner 
Stratford, David Plant, David Minott 
Trumbull, Isaac Booth 

Weston, Oiver C. Sanford, Calvin Wheeler, jr* 
Wiltoiis Daniel Church, jr. 

Windham, Jonathan Walcott, Z ache us Waldo 
Ashford, Thomas Duw, Josias Bytes 
Brooklyn, Shubael Brown 
Canterbury, Luther Paine, Asa Butts 
Columbia, Silas Fuller 
Hampton, Solomon Taintor 
Killingly, John Mason, Ebenezer Young 
Lebanon, John Robinson, Stephen I). Tilden 
Mantfield, Efcenezer Martin, Ro-er Waldo - * 



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Plain field, John Lester, Lemuel Woodward 

Pom/ret, Thomas Hubbard, Lemuel Ingalls 

Sterling, Dixon Hall 

Thompson, John Jacobs, jr. George Lamed 

Yolunlown, Daniel Keigwia 

Woodstock, Judah Lyon, Elias Chil/ls 

Litchfield, Jonathan Buell, Ephraim S. HalJ 

liarkhampstai, Moses Hayden, Oliver Mills 

Jiethlem, Sheldon G. Leavitt 

Canaan, Jabez Brewster, Benajah Douglass 

Calehrook, Grove Pinney, Lancelot Phelps, 

Cornwall, Philo Swift, Oliver Burnham 

Goshen, Theodore North, Timothy Hale 

Hanvinptm, Wm.C, Abernathy, Uriah Hopkins 

Kent, Ph'do Mills 

JYew- Hartford, Asa Goodwin, William Cook, 

New- Mil ford, Orange Merwin, Joel Sanforti 

Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, Elizur Munger 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler 

Itoxbury, Silas Miner 

Salisbury, Daniel Johnson, Abijah C. Peet 

Sharon, Oliver Kellogg, Israel Camp 

Torrington, Lyman Wetmore, William Battel! 

Warren, Judah Eld red 

Washington, Baniel B.Brinsmade, Wm. Cogswell 

Waterto-wn, Samuel Elton 

Winchester, Benjamin Benedict, Merit Bull 

W&odbury, John P. Marshal, Elijah Sherman, t ]v^ 

Middletown, EHsha Coe, Nathan Starr jr. 

Chatham, Enoch Sage, Benjamin Hurd, 

.Durham, Charles Coe, W. G. Chauncey 

lladdam, Stephen Tibbals, John Brainerd, 2d. 

ficist-Haddam, Eliph. Holmes, Josiah Griffin 

Killingivorih, George Carter, David Kelsey, 

Say brook, Elisha Sill, Joel Pratt 

Tolland, Eiiphalet Young, Jonathan Barnes 

Bolton, Saul Alvord,ji\ 

Coventry, Elijah Wright, Gideon Hollister 

F.llington, Asa Willey 

Hebron, Daniel Burrows, John S. Peters 

Somers, Oliver Chapin,2d. Oliver Coliins 

Stafford, Elijah Johnson, Nathan Johnscia 



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Union, Nathaniel Newell, Luther Crawford 

Vernon, Francis McLean 

WUlington, Reuben Marcy, Daniel Glazier 

OCTOBER SESSION. 

WlllIam Bristol, Esq Speaker. 
Gideon Tomlinson, and James Lanman, Esqrs. Gierke, 
Hahtford, Michael Olcott, Jonathan W. Edwards 
Merlin, Andrew Pratt, Oliver Peck 
Jfrntol, En os Ives 
'Hurting Ion, Theodore Pettibo&e 
Canton, James Humphreys 

fiast-Harlford, Shubae! Griswold, Benjamin Lyman 
J&ast- II ''"indsnr, John S tough ton, jr. Abner Heed 
Enfield, El am O Potter, William Dixon 
Fanning ton, John Mix, George Norton 
Glattpnbury y Jeremiah Stocking, Marvin Dayton 
Qranbtyy Horace Clark, Philetns Oootey 
Hart land, Child* Taylor. Phineas Goe 
JMarlhorouglu Roger Poole 
Simsoury, Eiisha Phelps, Wait Latim.er 
Southington, ttoger Whittlesey, Lucas Cartis 
Su (field, Martin Shelden, ElishaGui.n 
Jiethzrxfieid, Ezek'l P. Belden, Frederick Robbing 
Windsor, David Grant, William .-Uibrd 
New-Haven, William Bristol, Thomas Ward 
Branford, Jared Bradley, Jonathan Rose, 2d 
Cheshire, Samuel A. Foote, John Mills 
Derby, John Humphreys, jr. 
JSast'Have/ii Eleazer He naming way 
Guilford, Samuel Robinson, Nathan Griffta 
Hmmden, Amasa Bradley 
JHcnden, Ottinic! Ives 
Middle bury, Philo Bronson 
JWilford, Benjamin Bull, John TL Guna 
<A'orlh- Haven, Daniei Pierpont 
Oxford, Jared Haw ley 
Soiitl.bury, Amos Johnson 
IVailiugiord, Abel Sanford, Elkanah Hal! 
II aierbury, James Mi L £ cavil, Timothy Gil hill 
W 99 abridge, Justus I 'nomas, Chauncey TolU 

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Wolcott, Erastus We I ton 

New-London, Henry Changing, "VVm. Stockiaaaa 

JY'orrvich, James Lanman. Eiisha Tracy 

Jtozrah, Gardner Avery 

Colchester, Daniel Watrons, John Isham, jr. 

Franklin, Joshua Tracy 

Gristvold. Bishop Tyler 

Groton, Jaraes Mitchell, Erastus Williams, 

JAsbon, Frederick Perkins 

Lyme, Moses Warren, Richard E. Selden 

JMo?itvifte t Oliver Coinslock 

•TV*. Stonington, Nathan Pendleton, Stanton Hewitt 

Preston, John T. Molt, John Brewster 

Stonington, Jesse D. Noyes, George Hubbard 

Waterford, Jeremiah Comstock 

Fairfield, David HiU, Gideon Tornlinsoa 

Banbury, Phineas Taylor, Nathan Seely 

Brook field, Zera S. \. Peck 

Greenivich, Charles Smith, Enos Lockwood 

Huntington, Eli L. Hawley, Hezekiah Marks 

New-Canaan, Nathan Seeley 

•TVew- Fairfield, Jabez Tread well 

•Alfwrtwn, James Bennet, Lamson Bsrch 

Aorzva'k, Samuel B, Warren, William J. Street 

Jiedding 3 Jonathan Meek r, John li. Hill 

RidgfiM, Gamaliel Benedict, Matthew Keeler 

Sherman, Jedediah Graves 

Stamford, James Stevens, Simeon H Miner 

Stratford, David Plant, Isaac Burrows 

Trumbull, Ebenezer \V heeler 

Weston, Joseph Bennett, Eliphalet Cooley 

Wilton, Daniel Church, jr. 

Win dham, John Baldwin, Edmand Badges 

*1shford, David Brewster, Nathan Howard 

Mrovkfvn, Shubael Brown 

Canterbury, Luther Paine, Asa Butts 

Columbia, Frederick White 

Hampton, Joseph Prentice 

KHUngly, Andrew Leavens, Shulael Hutchins 

Lebanon + Stephen B. Tiiden, Simeon M. Webster 

JVtansfeld, Ebenezer Martin Roger Waldo 

plainfield, Sessions Lester, Philip Ivenyon 

pomfret, Joseph Scarboi'Ough> William Osgood 



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Sterling, Dixon Hall 

Thompson, John Jacobs, jr. Elijah Nichols, jr. 
Volunto'wn, Minor Bobbins 
Woodstock, Eiias Child, 2d, John McLellan 
Litchfield, Jonathan Buel, Ephraina S„Ilall 
Jiarkhampsted, Samuel Munsou, Amos Beecher 
Hethlem, Nehemiah Lambert 
Canaan, Seth Andrews, Joshua Cornwall 
Colebrook, Grave Pinney, Lancelot Phelps 
Corn-wall, James Ailing, Oliver Burnltam 
Goshen, Julius Beach, Timothy Hale 
Harwinton, Wm. C. Abernathy, Uriah Hopkins 
Kent, Philo Mills 

New •Hartford, Asa Goodwin, Jonathan Marsh 
J\e~w Miljord, Orange Merwin, Joel Snntbi-d 
Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, Augustus Pettibone 
Plymouth, Roderick Stanley 
lioscbury, Eiisha Patterson 
Salisbury, Daniel Johnson, Abijah C.Peet jr. 
Sharon, Oliver Kellogg, Thomas St John 
Tvrrington, Lyman Wetmore, John Gillet, jr. 

Warren, Homer Sackett 

Washington, Danl. B Brinsmade, Constantine McMahQn 

Watertovm, Samuel Elton 

Winchester, Benjamin Benedict, Merrit Bull 

Woodbury t Nathaniel Perry, Jesse Miner 
Middle town, Eiisha Coe, Nathan Starr, jr. 

Chatham, Enoch Sage, Benjamin Hurd 
Durham, Bridgeman Guernsey, Asa Strong 

East'Haddam, Isaac Spencer, 2d Josiah Barber 

Haddam, Joseph Scovi!, Simeon Shaler 

XilUngworth, Benjamin Hurd, Jedediah Harris 

fkiybrook, Joseph Hill, Ambrose Whittlesey, jr. 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Eliphalet Young 

Bohon t Saul Alvbrd, jr. 

Coventry, Elijah Wright, Gideon Hollister 

Ellington, Asa Willey 

Hebron, Daniel Barrows, John S. Peters 

Somei^s, Joseph Abbott, Oliver Collins 

Stafford, Benning Mann, Gardner Cady 

Union* IngoMsby W. Crawford, Nathaniel Newell 

Vernon, Lemuel King 

Willing tun* Daniel Glazier, Reuben Marcy 



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N031INATI0NS. 

he following persons were chosen by the Freemen §ftkt§ 

State in September 1 8 1 7 % to stand in j\ ominatioufor 
•Assistants, to be chosen in April, 1818. 

Votes, 

Hon. Jonathan Braee 19.970 

Hon. Frederick Wolcofcfc 20,129 

H®n Asa Chapman. 19,460 

Hon El«as Perkins 20/237 

Nathan Smith, esq. 19,341 

William Bristol, esq. 12,647 

Elijah Boardman, esq. 12,6 12 

Moses Warren, esq. 12 520 

Eli Todd, esq. 12,436 

Sylvester Wells, esq. 12, ? $4 

John S. Cannon, esq. . 12,372 

Enoch Burrows, esq. 1^,351 

David fomlinson, esq. 12,311 

John S Peters, esq. 12,266 

David Hill, esq. 12,249 

James Dan man, esq. 12,232 

Kdnmnd Freeman, esq. 12,124 

Peter Webb, esq. ]2,©5i 

Joskua Stow. esq. 11,860 

Calvin Willey, esq. 11,814 

e following- persons had the number of votes annexed to 
their names, viz. 

Samuel W. Johnson, esq, 10,597 

Noah B. Benedict, esq. 10,579 

Matthew Griswold, esq, 10,633 

William Perkins, esq. 10,480 

William T. Williams, esg. 10,471 

F.iizur Goodrich, esq. 10,445 

Roger M. Sherman, esq. 10,40§ 

Shubael Griswold; esq. 10,385 

Jacob B. Gurley, esq. 10,01fi 

Fnaphroditus Champion, ceq. 9, 3vn 

Lyman Law, esq. 9,838 

I Uisha Sterling, esq. 9„8^© 



Jonathan W. Edwards, esq. 0,?Gi 

Jonathan Barnes, esq 9,738 

Daniel Putnam, esq. 9,720 

The folloxving persons ivere chosen in April, 181 G, to stand 
in nomination for election as Representatives of the peo- 
ple of this State in the 15th Congress of the United Stales, 

Hon. .1. Dnvenport, jr. 
Hon. B. Ta'lmadge 
pou. T. Pitkin 
H^n. J on a. Moseley 
Hon. Lewis B Sturges 
Hon. Epaph. Champion. 
Hon. Lyman Law, 
Nathan Smith, esq. 
Sylvanus Backus, esq. (dec ) 



James Gould, esq. 
S. B. Sherwood, esq. 
Charles Denison, esq. 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. 
Uriel Holmes, esq. 
E Huntington, esq. 
Thomas ». Williams, esq. 
Asa Bacon, jr. esq. 
Sylvester Gilbert, esq» 
— p m mmmm m m m mi&mmmmmm mm 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENT, 



JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Zephaniah Swift, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Hen. Simeon Baldwin. 
Calvin Goddard 



Hon. John Trumbull 

William Rdmond 
Nathaniel Smith 
Jeremiah G. Brainard 



Stephen T Hosraer 
James Gould, esq'rs. 

Thomas Day, esq. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 



Allotment of Judges to the Circuits from June, 1817, 
to June, 1818, 



SUMMER SESSIONS. 
Eastern Circuit -—Judges Trumbull, Brainard, and Hos- 

mer. 
Middle Circuit —Judges Edmond, Smith and Baldwin. 
Western Circuit*— Chief Justice Swift, and Judges Goddard 

stud Gould, 



WINTER SESSIONS. 
Eastern Circuit.-— Chief Justice Swift, and Judges Brain* 

ard, and Goddard 
M'ddle Circuit. — Judges Trumbull, Baldwin and Hosmer. 
U dstern Circuit.— Judges Edmond, Smith, and Gould. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

— owe 

COUNTY COURT, 
lion, Jonathan Brace, Judge. 
Pliny Hilly ar, John Mix, Samuel Woodruff, Thomas Day, 
esquires. 
Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of 
the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford — Jonathan Bull, William Moseley, Nathaniel 
Terry, Enoch Pet kins, Andrew Kingsbury, John Caldweli, 
Amasa Keyes, Thomas Chester, Elisha Colt, Jonathan W. 
Edwards, John Morgan, lchabod L. Skinner, Thomas S, 
Williams, Thomas Day, Walter Mitchell, Samuel Cowles, 
Jo,hn M Gunneu, Elisha Mix, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Ter- 
ry, Sheldon W. Candee, John Kuss, es<juires. 

Um ? m— Amos Hosford, James North, Daniel Dunbar, 
David Webster, Roger Norton, Ezra Scovill, David Whit- 
tlesey, Ethan A. Andrews, Jabez Langdon, esquire9. 

liristol — Enos Ives, Bryan Hooker; Tracy Peck, esquires. 

Burlington — Abraham Pettibone, Simeoa Hart, Blisa 
Hart, Theodore Pettibone, esquires. 

Canton — Ezra Adams, Solomon Everist, James Hum- 
phreys, Jasper Bid well, William Stone, Jededi&h Wilcox, 
esq i* ires 

Eus's-tiurtford — George G lis wold, Shubael Griswold, 
Smut! V'iilvin, Timothy Hall, John Olds, Theodore Pitkin, 
A!c:x;'nde'- M'Lean, esquires. 

E<:si- Windsor — Koswell Grant, Caleb Booth, Chas. Jenks, 
John Stoughton, jr. Timothy Ellsworth, Jonathan BartleU,. 
Joel Uolkins, Noah Sacid, Eii B. Haskell, esquires* 



Enfield — Henry Terry, Elam O. Potter* William Dixflw, 
esquires.. 

Fartnington —John 'freadweMj John Mix, Timothy Pit- 
kin, Ko^cr Hooker, Kzekiel Cowles, Thomas S.Day, Geo. 
Norton, Horace Cowles, esquires 

Glastenbury — Phillip Sellew, Zephaniah H. Smith, Kiisha 
Hale, Pardon Brawn, David E. Hubbard* esquires. 

Gran6y—*P\iny Hillyer, Andrew Hillyer, Hezekiah Hol- 
eonib, Samuel Woodruff", Joseph Cornish, Asa Hay nes, Jo- 
ab Griffin, esquires 

I{uriLind—Av\\\\ Treat, Philander Humphreys, Another 
Newton, Elijah Cue, Ephraim Selby, Nathaniel Bosworth, 
enquires. 

Marlhorough —J oel Foote, Israel Foote, Elisha Cue 11, 
esquires. 

Simrfmry — Calvin Barber, Campbell Humphrey, John 
Bestor, William Mather, Timothy Goodwin, Benjamin 
Elv, E! shrr Bhijips, esquires* 

Southing tan — Koger Whittlesey, Roswell Moore, Icha- 
bod </. Fi i bie, Sumutl H. Woodruff, esquires. 

Srtjfi&id— .sahel Ha'heway, Joseph Austin, John W, Han- 
cheit, Wiiliam Gay, Oliver Pease, Samutl Hastings, es- 
quires. 

IVtth ■.•»^y?W//— Stephen M. Mitchell, Joseph Bulkiey, 
John VVtHwms, Kzekiel P. Kelden, Martin Kellogg, jua. 
Freder ck Rohbins, esquires. 

Pl'indsor — Oliver Ma'.her, Isaac Owen, Edward Selden, 
Elihu M;iis, John Sargeant, Luther Fitch, Ezra Haydcn, 
Henry L Ellsworth, Abram Griswold, Daniel Giilett, Eli- 
sha N. Silk esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Enoch Perkins, Esq. State Attorney. 
Hartford — William Moseley, E och Perkins, Nathaniel 
Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, John T. Peters, Jonathan W. 
Edwards, Thomas S. Williams, Walter Mitchell, Thomas 
Huntington, jr. Samuel Cowles, I=aae Perkins, Joseph 
Trumbull, Seth Terry » Nathan Johnson, Jonathan Lav/, 
John M Gannett, ShehJen W. Cawlee, Shnbael F. Gris* 
wold, George Wyflys, Noah A. Phoips, William W. iiits- 
%©Uh, Eiizmr Goodrich, jr. Allied Smiih, esquires. 



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Merlin — Daniel Dunbar, Bthan A. Andrews, esquired 

Canton — — ■ esq. 

Mast //ar*/br J— Halph It Phelps, esq. 

Eo.st-Wiiidsor— Godfrey Scarborough, Algernon S. Grant, 
esquires. 

Enfiel d— Henry Terry, William Dixon, Lorrain T.Pease a 
esqnires. 

Farmington— -Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Alfred 
Cowles, esquires. 

Glastenbury — Zeph. H. Smith, George Merrick, es- 
quires. 

Granhy~~ Thomas Holcomb, Grove Griswold, Silas Hig- 
ley, James H. Smith, esquires. 

Simsbnry- •YA\s\\a. Phelps, esq. 

Sftuthingttm—Mo&iv Whittlesey, Samuel H. Woodruff 
esquires. 

Sv /field — William Gay, Seth Parsons, esquires. 
* Wettiersficld — Asher Robbins, Elijah KLench, esquires. 

Windsor — John Sargeant, Joseph li. Russel, Henry L, 
Ellsworth, e&quires. 

Stephen Chester, esq. Wether •sfi 'eld ', Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Titus L. Bissell, Horace Huntington, 

y)— Daniel Abbey, Enfield— IMbert Gowles, Farm- 

inL-to?!—" Joshua It. Jewitt, Granhy — Jonathan Pomeroy, 

jn'n. Siijfield — £lihu Drake, Edward Moore, Windsor — Jef- 

Very O. Phelps, Simslmry — Jesse Charlton, East- Windsor, 

Theodore HiHyer, Hartford, Goaler. 

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COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. El12.uk Goodrich, Judge. 

John Ringcbury Dyer White 

Nathaniel ti rifling j Isaac Mills, esquires, 

Henry Dagprett, esq. Treasurer. 

John H. Lynde, esq. Clerk. 

Pycr White, esq. Clerk of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
JklgW'tfovsn— Henry Daggett, James Hillnouse, Davafl 
DwfcfcfcU, Joieyli Purling &?«* White, ItaM Mills, Niuha* 



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Smith, Elisha Munson, Eli Whitney, Charles Denison, ]&* 
neas Munson, jr. Stephen Twining, Seth P. Staples, Elea- 
fcer Foster, Henry Ward, esqnires 

Branford — Orchard Gould, James Barker, Benjamin 
Page, Josiah J. Linsley, Eli Fowler, Ebenezer Linsly, jun. 
esquires. 

Cheshire — Barrage Beach, Thomas T. Cornwall, Rufus 
Hitchcock, Samuel Peck, esquires* 

Derby — John Humphreys, Philo Basset, John L« Tomlin* 
son, John Humphreys, jr. Sheldon Curtiss, Ira Smith, esq's, 

East Haxen — Josiah Bradley, Enos Hemingway, Stephen 
Woodward, Bela Farnham, esquires 

Guilford — Jonathan Todd, Henry Hill, Nathan Chidsey, 
Daniel Hand, Nathaniel Grrfiing, Samuel Fowler, Thomas 
R. Bray, Joel Munger, William Todd, esquires. 

Hamden — John Hubbard, Elam Ives, Amasa Bradley, 
Russell Pierpont, esquires. 

JVleriden — Asaph Merriam, Jared Benham, Benajah An- 
drews, Patrick Clark, esquires. 

Middlebury — David Thompson, Nathaniel Richardson, 
esquires. 

Milfnrd — Elias Clark, Benjamin Bull, William Durand, 
Samuel B. Gunn, Charles H. Pond, esquires. 

Worth Haven— Joshua Barnes, Peter Eastman, Justus 
Bishop, Daniel Pierpont, esquires. 

Oxford — David Touilinson, Abel Wheeler, Charles Bua- 
nel, esquires. 

Southbury — Shadrach Osborne, Simeon Hinman, Curtis 
Winman, Burton Canfield, Amos Johnson, esquires. 

IVallingford — Samuei Hall, Ephraim Codk, Aavoa Hall, 
George W. Stanley, Samuel Cook, Amos Dutton, esquires, 

fVaterbury— John Kingsbury, Frederick Hotchkiss. Tru- 
jaaan Porter, Bennet Brouson, Cyrus Clark, Daniel Steele, 
esquires 

Wtydbridger— David French, Elihu Sanford, John Thom- 
as, Hezekiah Baldwin, Justus Thomas, esquires. 

H / o?cQU~~M.'dvk. Harrison, Isaac Bronson, Ambrose Ives, 
*squirea. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Nathan Smith, esq. State Attorney* 



NeiV'Hayen-- WHjiam Hillhouse, David Daggett, Nathan 
Smith, Isaac Mills, Jonathan E Porter, Stephen Twining, 
Seth P Staples, John H. Lynde. Wiliiam Bristol, Henry 
W. Edwards, Charles Dcnison, Eleazer Foster, Leonard 
E. Wales, Rvph I. Ingeraoll, John Beach, Roger S ; Bald- 
win, Samuel .!. Hitchcock, John Thomas, Dennis Kioiber- 
ly, Henry C Flagg, Roger S. Sk'umer, esquires. 

C^e*mhf M -- > Bui'i a age Beach, esquire. 

Derby — J[o*tah Dudley, John L. Tomlinson, esquires. 

Guilford— Willi nm Todd, esquire. 

JMeriden— Benajah \ndrews, esquire. 

Miiford— Nathaniel Adams, esq. 

Oxford— John P. Andrews, Pitcher, esquires. 

&oitr/ifo(r?/-$im<ion Hinsnan, Curtis Hinman, esquires. 

PPcltMrtgf'ord~GeQV2e W. Stanley, esquire 

Waterbury— Cyrus Clark, Bennet Bronson, Samuel Fris- 
b'lQt Legrand Bancroft, esquires. 

N.th,»niel Rosbiter, esq, JKlew Haven, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriff — Ebenezer Fowler. KrastusObbom, iVew* 
Bo.ven— Francis French, Derby — Med ad Hotchkiss, Wood* 
bruise— Moses C. Bepch Walling ford — Stephen Jarvia, 
Cheshire— Nathan Mitchell, Sonthhiry — Horace Bronson, 
Middltbury— I Jos ace Cur-dee, Oxford. 

Benjamin R. Fowler, JSfew Haven t Goalep. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Hon Eli as Perkins, Judge. 
Hon. Matthew Griswold, Nathaniel Shipman, Luther 
Spalding, Moses Warren, esqwires. 

Hon. Matthew Gi ■iswold, Treasurer. 
Charles Lathrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court* 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

»Aew IiOiuhn — Lyman L?.w, Condition Billings, Jacob, 
B Gurley, William P. Clcaveland, Jindi [sham, Ebenezer 
Learned, Isaac Thompson, William F. Bratoanl, Peter Rick- 



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ards, William Belcher, Charles Bulkley, Jared Snur, Wil- 
liam Stockman, esquires. 

NorvAr.h — Andrew Huntington, Andrew Perkins, James 
Lanman, Eraslus Huntington, Nathaniel Shipman, Jabez 
Huntington, Luther bpaldhig, Simeon Thomas, Joseph. 
Williams, James Stedman, Zaehariah Huntington, Benjamin 
Snow, Charles P. Huntington, George Perkins, Harwell 
Coit, Ezra Lathrop, enquires. 

J$ozrak—&s& Fitch, Joshua Stark, Gardner Avery, esq's. 

Colchester — John Isham, John R. Watrous, Roger Buik- 

ley, Asa Bigelow, Benjamin Trumhull, Samuel -A. Peters, Asa 

Newton Seth Lathrop, Aristaichus Champion, John J sham. 

jun esquires. 

Franklin — Silas ITartshorn, Eleazer Tracy, Oliver John- 
son, Jacob, Kingsbury, Eli Hartshorn, esquires* 

Gr/sTv&ld — Alexander Stewart, Charles Fanning, John 
Tyler, Elijah Lester, Nathaniel Coit, Elisha 1. Abel, John 
B. Tyler, esquires. 

Groton — Ebcnezer Avery, jr. Ralph Hurlbut, Christopher 
Morsran, Ehenezer Moigau, John O. Miner, Daniel fft- 
dre ige, Christopher Lester, Noyes Barber, Amos A. Niles, 
Unwell Fish, Kufus Smith, esquires. 

Lisbon — Lew Perkins, William, Adams Freeman Tra- 
cy, esquires. 

Jjume — Moses Warren Calvin SeMen, Seiden Warner, 
Richard M'Ourdy, Seth Eiv,jr. William Noyes, Set h Smhh, 
R*mick Wait, Henry Perkins', Nathaniel Vfatson, Charles 
Gnswold, Joseph E. Ely, Ebanezer Broekway, Harris Tin- 
ker, enquires. 

Montville — fared Comstock, David Turner, Jacob Loom- 
is, John Smith, 2d. Asaici Otis, Aiumfor u Djlbear, Oliver 
Comfteek. $gquires* 

Aferth* §toningtOH'~ Stephen Avery, Thomas Prentice, 
Elia«; Hewil, Nathan Peudleton, Sands Co'e, Chester Smith, 
esquires. 

Preston —Jeremiah Halsey, Solomon Giddin^s, Jonah 
Witter, Stephen Meech, Jared Gallup, Waiter Palmer, es- 
quires. 

Strmi?igto7i~Iw&c Williams, 2d. Wiliiam Randal!, Park 
Williams, Joseph Smith, Wiliiao. Robertson, William Lord* 
Joseph Nayes, 3d*. Alexander C*. Smith, esquire. 



Waterford — George Williams, Daniel FL Caulkins, Wil* 
iiam Moore, 4th. Jeremiah Comstock, Charles Avery, es- 
quires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
James Lanwaan, esq. State Attorney. 
New-London — Lyman Law, Coddington Hillings, Jacob 
B. Gurley, William P. Cleaveland, Jirah Isham, Ebenezer 
Learned, William F. Brainard, George H.Richards, esqtaires. 
Norwich — James Lanman, John Hyde, Joseph Williams, 
James Stedraan, George Perkins, George D Hill, RosweU 
Morgan, Henry Strong, Charles Perkins, Charles J. Lan- 
man, esquires. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, es- 
quires. 

Gris'iu&ld — Samuel Ingham, Samuel C Morgan esquires. 
Lyme — Henry M. Wait, Charles Griswold, esquires. 
Preston — Jeremiah HaLey, esquire. 
Stonitigton — George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smith, Elias 
Brown, esquires. 

JYo^th- Stonin^ton — Benjamin Pomeroy, esq. 

Waterford — Wra- J. Taber, Charles F. Daniels, esquires* 

Joshua Huntington, esq. NorxoU'h Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriff's — Hez^kiah Goddard, Ephraim Cheese* 
brough, New-London — Bela Peck, Shuhael Breed, Aorxvich 
• — Solomon Scovil, Colchestef-^ firastus Seldert, I*yme-— -Da- 
vid 0. Smith, Sionington- Jeremiah S. Halsey, Preston. 

Goalers — Richard Biroud 3 Aew London — James Miller, 
«7V orxvich. 

— «S5> ££ t -**•»- 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Samuel W Johoson, Juifge. 

Daniel B. Cooke, Samuel Whiting, David Plant, esquires. 

Lev/ is B Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 

David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF TI-TE PEVCtt. 

Fairfield- Lewis 1). Sturges, David Judah, Samuel Row- 



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fond, Edmund "Burr, Hull Bradley, Aaron Sherwood, £li- 
phalet Swift, Gershom But r, Amos Rurr, Samuel B Sher* 
wood, Ebenezer Banks, Israel Hibbins, Gideon Tomlinson, 
David Hill, esquires. 

Banbury — Daniel B Cook, Thomas Taylor, Matthew B. 
Whittlesey, Daniel N Garrington, David Foot, Comfort 
Hoyt, Moses Hatch, Andrew Beers, Samuel Taylor, Benja- 
min lloyt, jun. Alanson Hamlin, Samuel H. Phillips, e^qi's. 

Brookjield— Colbc Chamberlain, Daniel Tomlmson, John 
Northrop, Hemi.n Birch, esquires. 

Greenwich-- -Bbeoczev Mead, Gilbert Close, David Wood, 
William Knapp, Joshua Ferris, esquires. 

Huntington — Diodate Silfita&n, Abel French, Ebenezei' 
Beavdsley, Lemuel Judson, Samuel Wheeler, William 
Shelton, Joseph Shelton, esquires. 

JYero Canaan — Isaac Richards, Eliphalet St- John, Ste- 
phen Betts, esquires. 

J\e"iv-FairJie<d-~Di\x\d Lane, Gideon Beardsley, Samuejl 
T. Barnum, esquires 

JYewtow?i — Samuel C. B!ackman, Zachariah Ferris, Tim- 
othy Shepard, Ebenezer Turner, Jahn Curtis, Penjarnin 
F Shelton, Marcns Bofcsiford, ebqri'res 

J\'ortualk — Lewis Raymond, Henry Pelden, Barnabas 
Marvin, Chirk Bisiell, geth Taylor, William St, John, Ben- 
jamin Isaacs, esquires. 

K editing- — Wiiiam Heron, Biljy Comstock,. Lemuel San- 
ford, Samuel Whiting, Jonathan H Sanford, esquires. 

Ridgefield — Nathan SmUh, Samuel Stebbins, J<>b Smith, 
Timothy Keeler, Jared Oimstead, Jesse S. Bradley, csq'rs, 

Stamford — lieuben Scofield, John Davenport, jun. Samuel 
Webb, Joseph Wood, Simeon H Minor, John Augur,esqrs. 

Stratford— Jaboz H Tomlinsoi), * Joseph Backus, Elijah 
Uffoot, * William Peet, * Lambert Lackwood, Charles 
M'Ewen, Daniel Judson, Noah Plumb, esquires 

Sherman — Gamaliel B. Giddings, Gershom Barlow, David 
Northrop, Jcdediah Graves, esquires. 

Trnmbu I '—Lew is Burton, Stephen Middlebrook» Judso& 
Curtis, Phik) Booth, esquires. 

f At Bridgeport. 



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West <M— Jeremiah Rowland, Squire Adams, Isaac Ben- 
ftett, Simeon Fantou, Calvin Wheeler, jun. Abel Gregory, 
esquires. 

Wilton— Mathew Marvin, Thaddeus Mead, Zadock Bay- 
tnand, Ezekiel Sturges, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Samuel B. Sherwood, esq. State Attorney. 
Fairfield — Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, Roger 
M. Sherman, Daniel Wakeman, Gideon Tomlinson, Eii- 
^ha'et Swift, enquires. 

Banbury— Matthew B. Whittelsey, Moses Hatch, Alai- 
SOn Hamlin, esquires, 

Jjrookfield— 'Neman Birch, esquire. 
Greenwich— Timothy Walker, esquire. 
Huntington — Abiel K. Botsford, esquire. 
JVewIoivn—r Asa Chapman, Samuel C. Blackman, Timo- 
thy Shepard, Benjamin F. Shelton, Charles §hepard, esqr's. 
'Norwallc — Clark Bissel, Thaddeus Betts, esquires. 
Stamf rd— Jarae3 Stevens, Simeon H. Minor, Joseph 
Wood, Charles Hawley, esquires. . 

Siratfor J—-* Joseph Backus, Robert Fairchiid, Charles 
M'Ewen, esquires. 

Trumbull — Amos H. Wheeler, esquire. 
Weston — pharles Wintou, esquire 

Ebenezer Dimond, esq Fairfield, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs — John G* Allen, Fairfield, Samuel 
Wildman, Danbury, Herman Warner, Newtown Da- 
vid Boult, J\~orwalk Aaron Morehouse, Redding. Joseph 
Gray, Stamford. John Thompson, Stratford. Ezra Greg- 
ory, Bridgeport. Agur Lewis, Huntington. 

Samuel Nichols, Fairfield, Gaoler, 
Matthew Curtis, jun. Dan bury, Gas/or. 

* Residing in the Borough of Bridgeport. 

COUNTY OF* WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT, 

Jabez. Clark, esq Judge. 

Heiekiah Ripley, Lemuel Ingals, James Gordon, jr. csqr'a 



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Hezekiah Ripley, esq. Treasurer. 
Samuel Gray, es^. Cierk, and Cierk of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windham— Jabez Clark, Ebenezer Deration, Hezekiah 
Ripley, Samuel Gra} v , Samuel Perkins, Phillip Haywood, 
David Young, Zebediah Tracey, John Fitch, John Baldwin, 
Edmund Badger, esquires. 

Ashford — William Walker, Benjamin Bos worth, Joel 
Ward, Josias Byles, Levi Work, Alva Simmons, David 
Bolles, esquires. 

Brooklyn, — Joseph Scarborough, John Parish, Roger W» 
Williams, Darius Mathewson, esquires. 

Canterbury — Daniel Frost, Luther Paine, Asa Butts, 
ftufus Adams, Andrew T. Judson, Daniel Frost, jr Asa 
Burgess, Asahel Bacon, esquires. 

Columbia — Asahe! Clark, jr. Samuel Bliss, Samuel Little, 
Silas Fuller, esquires. 

Hampton — Philip Pearle, James Burnett, Ebenezer Grif- 
ling, Joseph Prentiss, esquires 

Killiiigly— James Danielson, Ezra Hufchins, Joseph Ad- 
ams, Anthony Brown, Hobart Torry. Elisha Ho^re, Eben- 
ezer Young, esquires. 

Lebanon— I'haddeus Clark, William T Williams, Efi- 
|jhalet Metcalf, Pe leg Thomas, jr. Asahel Dewey, Elisha 
Hutchinson, esquires. 

JAani>fie ; d— Frederick Freeman, John Salter, Royal 
Storrs, Zalmon Storrs, Artemas Gurley, esquires. 

Plainfieldr— James Gordon, Joseph Eaton, John Douglass, 
John Lester, James Gordon, jr. Lemuel Woodward, John 
Dunlap, esquires. 

Pom/ret — Thomas Grosvenor, Lemuel Inga'ls, Lemuel 
Grosvenor, John Holbroek, John H. Paysen, Darius Mai" 
thewson, Ebenezer Grosven&r, esquires 

Sterling — John Wy lie, Dyer Ames, Richard Burlingame, 
Henry Sabin, esquires. 

Thompson— Thaddeus Larned, George Larned, John Ja- 
cobs, jr. David H. Phipps, Simeon Davis, jr. Jonathan Ni- 
cholas, jr. esquires. 

Volunto-wn—Mljii Campbell, James Alexander, Jobs 
Wylle, esquires. 



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Woodstock— John M'Clellan, John Fox, NeTiemiah Child* 
Hansellaer Child, Amos Payne, Elias Child, 2d. esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS* 
■ State Attorney. 

Windham— Samuel Perkins, David Young, Philip Hay° 
wood, John Baldwin, John Filch, Ira Case, esquires, 

Jlshford — William Perkins, David Bolles, e-quires. 

Brooklyn — John Parish. Dame! Kies, esquires. 

Canterbury — Rufus Adams, Andrew 1. Judson, Danie) 
Frost, jr. esquhes. 

Columbia— Asahel Clark, jr. Joseph Clark, esquires. 

Hampton — Joseph Prentis, esq. 

KiUi nj;ly— Ebe n ezer \ Toon sr, t sq, 

Lebanon — William T. Williams, Jonathan A, W r elch, es- 



Jlfan&field— l^befte&er Force, es 

Ptamfield— Joseph Eaton, Job Monroe, esquires. 



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PmnfvQt- 
B. Perkins, 



F. 



-Jofen liolbrook, fcbenczer Grosvenor, Elisha 
Eziii H-utchins, enquires/ 

i— -George Larned", Simon Davis, jr esquires. 
k — John M*CieUan, Ebenezer Stoddard, John 
s, esquires. 
Henry Webb, esq. Windham, Sheriff'. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Waiter Hough, Ccnitetoury. J oh a 
Gallup, Brooklyn. Elisha Git,<s»n, Pomfret. Huboaid 
Duttou, Lebanon* Ehenezer Eaton, jr. plainjield. Calvin 
Kawson, Woodstock. — Byies, Ashfurd. 

Socrates Balcam, Windham, Goaier. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Augustus Pettibone, esq Judge. 
Daniel N. Brmsmade, Oliver Bqrnham, Cyrus Swan, 
JUartin Strong, esquires. 

Abel Catlin, esq. Treasurer. 

Hon. Frederick Woicott, esq Clerk, and Clerk of Superior 

Court, 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Xi/c/i/eW— Tapping Reeve, James Morris, Uriel Hoi mess 
Jevh Lautton, Nathan Bassett, Roger N. Whittlesey, Asa 
"Jacon jr. Phineas Miner, Lew Catlin, Morris Woodruff", 
lohn Welch, Jabez \V. Huntington, Scth P. Beers, Jona- 
ban Buell, esquires. 

B arhhempsted—iohn Merrils, Luke Loorais, William 
Taylor, Paul Roberts, jun. esquires. 

Bethlem — Ebenezer Perkins, Billy Ambler, George D. 
3asson, Joseph H. Bellamy, Sheldon C. Leavitt, Nehemiah 
Lambert, esquires. 

Cunaan — John Elmore, Sila3 Franklin, John Holabird, 
Azariah Smith, William M. Burral), Joshua Cornwall, Bew 
ajah Douglass, esquires. 

Colebrook-^EMjah Rockwell, Reuben Rockwell, Seth 
Marshall, Nathan Bass, esquires. 

Cornwall -Oliver Burnham, Benjamin Gold, Rufus Swift, 
John Calhoun, Benjamin Sedgwick, esquires. 

Goihen — Adino Hale, Moses Lyman, jr. William Stanley, 
Theodore North, esquires. 

Jlarvjing'ton—Szn-its Brace, Lewis Catlin, Benjamin 
Griswold, esquires. 

Kent — Julius Caswell, Matthew Elliot, Nathaniel P. Per- 
ry, Mills Bordwell, Hopsun Pratt, esquires. 

New-Hartford — Roger Mills, Chauncey Seymour, Wil- 
liam G. Williams, Asa Goodwin, esquires. 

iTWw Milford — Reuben Warner, Elisha Bostwick, Abijali 
Treat, David S. Boiadman, Nathaniel Taylor, Abel Mer- 
uin, Ebenezer Smith, Joel Sanford, esquires. 

Norfo.h — Eleazer Holt, Augustus Pettibone, Benjamin 
Welch, Joseph Battel!, Michael F. Mills, esquires. 

Plymouth— Daniel Potter, Calvin Butler, Thomas Mitch- 
ell, esquires. 

7fojr,^ry--Elihu Canfield, Phineas, Smith, Silas Miner, 
esquires. 

Salisbury — Samuel Lee, Elisha Sterling, Lot Norton, 
Martin Strong, John M. Hotley, Eliphalet Whittlesey, Sam- 
uel Church, esquires. 

Sharon — John C. Smith, Daniel St. John, Calvin Gay, 
Samuel E. Everett, Oliver Kellogg, Cyrus Swan, Ansel 
Sterling, Samuel Rockwell, Samuel U. Gager, esquires 
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Torrington — Norman Griswold, William Battel!, Lyman 
Wet more, Erastus Hodges, Russel C. Abernathy, esquires. 

Warren — John Tallmadge, Ebenezer Tanner, Benjamin 
Carter, Judah Etched, esquires. 

Washington — Daniel N. Brinsmade, David Whittlesey,' 
William Cogswell, Elijah Hazen, Daniel B. Brinsmade, es<' 
quires, 

Watertoivn — Charles Merriman, John H. De Forest, 
Ilolbrook Curtis, Garritson Smith, Amos Baldwin, Danie 
liieox, jr. esquire3. 

Winchester — Samuel Kurlbut, Solomon Rockwell, Joseph 
Miller, James Beebe, esquires. 

Hoodbury—J ohn Stronger. Matthew Miner, jr. esquires, 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Elisha Sterling, esq. State Attorney. 
Utchfield — Asa Bacon, jr. Phineas Miner, Seth P. Beers. 
*Fabez W. Huntington, esquires. 
Jielhlem— Joseph H. Bellamy, esq. 

C*?zaau--John Elmore, William M. Burrall, Iteuben 
Hunt, Leman Church, esquires. 

Coltbrook -William S. tiol&bird, esq. 
Corn-wall — George Wheaton, esq. 
Goshen — Theodore North, es<j. 
Kent'-' Nathaniel P. Ferry, e&q. 
New Harijo7\l— Roger Mills, William G. Williams, es- 
quires. 

A etv-JliMford—-Yla\itl S, Boardman, Perry Smith, Phile 
N. rieaeock, esquires. 

Norfolk— Mieliael P. Mills, George B. Holt, esquires. 
Plymouth — Calvin Butler, esq. 
Mvxbury—KoynX R. rlinman, Isaac Leavenworth, esq'rs. 
Salisbury — Elisha Sterling, Samuel Church, Piiilander 
Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, esquires 

Sharon — Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling Chauncey Smith,] 
e^quhus. 

)Vushington~W T \\\\i\m Cogswell, esq. 
IVatcrtoiun — Holbrook Curtis, esq. 
Winchester — Joseph Miller, esq. 
nQQdburu~N<*h B. Beuedfct, Matthew Miner, jr. Johm 
Strong, jr. Charles iJ. Phelps, Nathaniel Perry, jr. esquires. 



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John R. Landon, esq. Litchfield, Sheriff'. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Ozias Seymour, Samuel Comitnck, 

Vew-MiJford " Matthew Gillet, JSTeiv Hartford. Marcus 
e Forest, Woodbury. David Bird, Bethlem. John N. 
unn, Wasldng-ton. William IV Russell, Canaan. Timo- 
y Chittenden, jr.- Salisbury. 

Roger Cook, Litchfield, Goalcr. 

COUNTY"oF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COl/HT. 

Hon. Asher Miller, Judge- 

Seth Overton, Josiah Griffin, Isaac Spencer, 2d. esquires 

Seth Overton, esq Treasurer. 

John Fisk, esq- Clerk, a»d Clerk of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletoxvn — Asher Miller, Samuel W. Dana, Matthew 
Russet, Nehemiah Buhbard, Ebenezer kage, Wi.Miam 
. 'lumb, Isaac Gridley, John Pratt, Ebenezer Roberts, 2d, 
Elijah Hubbard, Eli Cue, Josiah Sa£e,Chauncey Whitielsey, 
Samuel Gill, Josiah Savage, Daniel J. Griswold, esquires. 

Haddam— Stephen Tibbills, Oliver Welis, Jonathan Ifun- 
ingtomjr. Reuben R. Chapman Linus Parmele^, jr. Tim- 
Ibthy Chapman, Calvin Brainard, Simon Shayler, John 
Brainard, 2d. esquires. 

If Chatham — Daniel Shepard, *eth Overton, John Par me- 
lee, David Clark, William Dixon, Asahel H. Strong, Na- 
thaniel Cornwell, Joseph Dart, Samuel Mall, esquires. 
! Durham — Dan ParmeSee, Charles Coe, Guernsey Bates, 
Job Merwin, Worthington G. Chauncey, Bridgman Guen.- 
Bey, esquires. 

East'Haddam — Eliphalet Holmes, Jonathan O. Moaeley, 
Ebenezer Holmes, John Brainard, Josiah Griffin, Israel 
Cone, William Cone, Sylvester Chapman, Isaac Chapman, 
esquires 

Kiihngworth — Job Wright, Abraham Pierson, William 
Morgan, Martin Lord, George Elliott, Dan Lane, Kathaa 



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Kull, Joel Griswold, Amaziah Bray, William Carter, Moses 
Wilcox, esquires. 

Saybrook — Jonathan Lay, Samuel Tulley, Thomas Silli- 
man, Samuel Hart, John Bull, Samuel Williams, John Stan- 
nard Jonathan Warner, John Platts, Clark Nott, Joseph, 
Hill, George W. Jewett, Elisha Sill, Joseph Plaits, Samuel 
Colt, William Lynde, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Matthew T. Russell, esq, State Attorney. 

Midilletown — Samuel W. Dana, Matthew T. Russell, E- 
noch Huntington, Elijah Hubbard, Chauncey Whittelsey, 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. Major Andre Andrews, Minor Hotch- 
kiss, esquires. 

Had dam — Ely Warner, esq. 

Chatham— Asahel H* Strong, esq. 

East Haddam — Jonathan (X Moseley, Jared Spencer, E 
paphroditus Champion, jr. Nathan L. Foster, William Hun 
gerford, Robert Russell, esquires. 

Killing-worth — A. Bray, A. A. Loomis, N.Lester, esq'rs 

Saybrook — George W. Jewitt, Joseph Platts, esquires- 
Enoch Parsons, esq. Middletown, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Daniel Smith, Haddam. Chevers 
Brainard, Ebenezer Holmes, East Haddam. Heman Star- 
key, Saybrook, Jeremiah Taylor, Chatham, John Butler 
Durham) Jeremiah Hull, Killing-worth. 

COUNTY'oF TOLLAND. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Sylvester Gilbert, esq. Judge. 

Oliver King, John Hall, Joel Jones, Saul Alvord, junV 

esquires. 
Elisha Stearns, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior Court 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Tolland — Jonathan Barnes, Jabefc Kingsbury, Elishi 
ptcarns, John Bliss, esquires. 



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Bolton — Saul Alvord, Jr. Daniel Lord, Jutlah Strong, Ieh 
bod M. Warner, Joseph Carver, esquires. 

Coventry— Jesse Root, Daniel Uurnap, Nathan Howard 
Slisha Edgerton, Joseph Tallcott, Nathan H. Rose, es 
. mires. 

% Ellington— John Hall, Asa Wiley, Robert Hyde, es 
quires 

Hebron— Sylvester Gilbert, Joel Jones, Elijah House, 
Stewart Beebe, Pay ton R. Gilbert, Ralph R.Rollo, George 
Gillett, esquires. 

Somers — Calvin Pitkin, Benjamin Phelps, Solomon L 
Fuller, Horatio A. Hamilton, esquires. 

Stafford-— Ebenezer Gay, Daniel Peek, Denning Mann 
Calvin Edson, Nathan Johnson, esquires. 

Vernon— Oliver King, Phineas Tallcatt, Thomas W. Kel 
logg, esquires. 

Union — Samuel CraM'ford, Abijah Sessions, William Fos 
a | ter, esquires. 

Wiliington — Zebulon Crocker, Caleb Walker, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan, Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 

Tolland — Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Willey, EUsha Stearns, 
esquires. 

Cove?itry— Jeremiah Parish, esq. 

Ellington — Asa Willey, esq. 

Hebron — Stuart Beebe, Ralph Gilbert, esquires. 

Somers — Walter R Kibbe, Nathan Cooley, esquires, 

Stafford— Benning Mann, Orren Sumner, esquires. 

Wiliington — — — esq. 

George O. Gilbert, esq. Tolland, Sheriff, 

Deputy Sheriffs — Ariel Ladd, Tolland. Aholiab Johnson, 
Stafford. Humphrey T. Fuller, Hebron. 

Ariel Ladd, Tolland Goalev. 



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COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 
Hartford 
New-Haven 
New -London 
Fairfield 
Windham 
Litchfield 
Middletown 
I'lainfield 
Guilford 
Norfolk 
Woodbury 

Stamford 
H; -m bury 

East-Haddam 

Norwich 

Fotnfret 

Sharon 

Stafford 

gimsbury 

Stoningion 

Farmington 

Walfingfoftl 

Say brook 

Stratford 

East- Windsor 

Waterbury 

Norwalk 

New Mil ford 

Hebron 

G ran by 



Judges. Clerks. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace James Wells 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich John H. Lynde 

Hon. Matthew Griswold Ebenezer Learned 

Samuel Rowland Gershom Burr 



Hezekiah Ripley 
Hon. Fred'k Wolcott 
Hon. Asher Miller 

Rufus Adams 

Henry Hill 



Samuel Gray 
J. W. Huntington 
John Kisk 
Joseph Eaton 
William Todd 



Augustus PettiboneGeorge B. Holt 
John Strong, jr. Judson C.Blaekman 
Joseph Wood Seymour Jarvis 

Daniel B. Cooke Moses Hatch 
Isaac Spencer, 2d. Jared Spencer 
Nathaniel Ship man Henry Strong 
Lemuel Grosvenor 

Elisha Sterling Fred'k A. Sterling 
Jonathan Barnes Elisha Stearns 
Solomon Everest William Stone 
Ralph Hurlbut Alex. G.Smith 
John Mix Martin Bull 

G. W. Stanley Joshua Atwater 
Jonathan Lay Dan Lane 
Hon. Sam'l W. Johnson Wm. A. Tomlinson 
Henry Terry William Dixon 

John Kinsbury Bennet Bronson 
Clark Bissel Wm M. Betts 

D. S. Boardman W W. Boardman 
Sylvester Gilbert Stuart Beebe 
Pliny Hillyer Pliny Y. Hillyer 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford— Enoch Perkins, Hezekiah Huntington, Wal- 
w Mitchell, John M Gannett, Fdizur Goodrich, jr. Joseph 
Yumbnll. 

Granby— Samuel Woodruff. 

Nexu-Haven—YiW'Lvw Goodrich, Dyer White, John H. 
ynde, 11. I. Tngersoll, Leonard A. Daggett. 
~ Derby- -John Humphreys, jr. Josiah Dudley. 

C>ti!ford—\Vi\Ur.m Todd. 

Milford— David B. Ingersoll. 

Wallijigford '—George W. Stanley 

A r e?v- London— Lyman Law, Ehenezer Learned, William 

Brainard. 

Norwich — James Lanman, James Stedman, Joseph Will- 
iams, Henry Strong. 

Colchester*' Daniel Watroets. 

Grisivold—S irnuel Ingham . 
Stojunrton— Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard. Ellas 
BroM'n. 
Lyme — Wrliam Troves, Charlc3 Grlswold. 
Fairfield -Lewis H. Sturges. 
Danbury — Daniel B. Cooke. 
Huntr.< i rf.on—~ Eiisha T. Mills. 
Stratford .Victory Wetmore, David Plaat, esq. 
Ih iageport — Joseph Backus 
Norxvalk — Kliphaiet Lock wood. 
Windham — Samuel Perfcins, 
firootyytfr-flphn Parish. 
Lebanon— WWYv^m T. Williams. 
Woodstock- ■.lertc.iiia.il Morse, John ^T'OIellan. 
Litchfield- -Frederick \\ olcott, Seth V. Beer's. 
Salisbury— Eli ha Sailing.- 
M / oodbiiry.-JoU\\ P. Marshall. 

Middletoxvn- -Stephen T, tlosmcr, Matthew T. Uussel, 
Chauncey Whiitelsey. 

Hadaum- Linus Puimeiee, iu«i. 
J<i ! ! ing-worth— Amaziah B ray . 
Saybrook—Geovge W. J ewe It, 
Motion— Daniel Lord. 



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TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS. 

FOR 1817. 



Towns, 
Ashfnrd 

Barkhempstead 
Berlin . 
Beth! em 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
B ran ford 
Bristol 
Brcokfield 
Burlington 
1 Brooklyn 
(Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
( 'olebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Danbury 
Deiby 
Durham 
Last- Haven 
East 'Hartford 
East Mail t) am 
East- Windsor 
Ellington 
EnfieM 
FarmingtOR 
Fairfield 
I'rai klin 
trlastetibury 
Cos! i en 
C ran by 
Greenwich 
Criswold 
Grotoa 



Clerks* 
Josiah Byles 
J<jhn Merrills 
lloger Riley 
Samuel Church, jr. 
Manton Hammond 
Ebenezer Hough 
Orchard Gould 
Tracy Peck 
Daniel Hawley 
Simeon Hart 
Zachariah Spalding 
Daniel Frost 
William Douglass 
James Humphrey 
Zebulon Penfield 
liurue Hitchcock 
Elijah Rockwell 
Daniel W r atrous 
Samuel Little 
William Kellogg 
Nathan Howard 
Elias Starr 
Sheldon Curtis 
W. G Chauneey 
Bela Fa* nham 
Samuel Pitkin 
Nathan L. Poster 
Aaron Hiss el 
Bobert Hytfe 
Elam O. Potter 
John Mix 
Samuel BowV.id 
Eli Hartshorn 
John Hale 
Adino Hale 
Asa II ay ties 
Hczekiah Tracy 
William Tuekerar, 
Amos A. Niles 



Collectors* 
Amos Bugbee 
Drayton Jones 
Erastus Sage 
Adam C Casson 
Elijah Strong 
Elijah Huntington 
Malachi Linsley 
Tracy Peck 
Zalmon Goodsell 
William Marks 
Phineas Searls 
Solomon Paine 
Wm. P. Kussell 
Lemuel Foote 
Asaph Hall 
Silas Hitchcock 
Harvey Whiting 
John C Buckley 
Elam Loom is 
Elias Hart 
Joseph Dow 
Levi Starr 
Abram Hawkins 
OziasCamp, 2d 
Nathan Andrews 
David Bemis 
Israel Cone 
Select-Men 
Wvllvs Russell 
Lot KilJam 
Blchard Cewles 
Thou. F. Rowland 
Alvan Abel 
Samuel Covell 
Jonathan North 
James Dibble 
Samuel Brown 
James Tyler, jr. 
Stephen Uuley 



'i htchsi 
Guilford 
Hamden 
11 add a m 
Hampton 
Hartford 
Hartland 
Harwington 
Hebron 
Huntington 
Kent 

Killingworth 
Ivilfingly 
Ijebanon 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Meriden 
Middlebury 
Middletown 
Milford 
Montville 
New-Canaan 
New- Fairfield 
New-Hartford 
New- Haven 
New -London 
New. Milford 
Newtown 
North -Haven 
Norfolk 
Norwatk 
Norwich 
North-Stonim 
Oxford 
l'lainfield 
V\y -mouth 
Pomiret 
Preston 
Redding 
Uidgeneld 



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Clerks. Collectors. 

Samuel Fowler Nathan W. Hopson 
Russell Pierpont Alfred Basset 
John Brainurd, 2d. Geo. S. Brahiard 
Wm. A. Brewster Luther D. Leach 
Elisha Colt William Ely 

Aaron Church Augustus Lane 

Elijah Gay lord Uriah Hopkins 

John S. Peters Leonard Hendee 
Samuel Wheeler Ebenezer Beardslce 
Lewis St. John John It. Fuller 
Elisha Kelsey David Wright 

Luther Warren Samuel ICelley 
Elisha Hutchinson EleazerManning»jr. 
Joseph Jewett Reuben Bishop 

Moses Seymour Charles Buell 
Nathaniel Matson Enoch Noyes 
Luther Kingsley Edmond Freeman 
Enos H. Buell 
Samuel Yale 



gton 



David B. Ripley 
Isaac Lewis 
L. Townsend 
John Fisk 
Samuel Higley 
Azel Rogers 
Samuel St. John 



Erastus Smith 
Hezekiah Rice 
Nathan Clark, 2d. 
George Allen 
Enos Weed 



Samuel F. Itanium Jabez Tread well 



Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Munson 
Ebenezer Way 
Elisha Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Aurin Roys 
Benjamin Isaacs 



Norman Merrill, c 2d. 
John Skinner 
Nathan Raymond 
Briggs Ingersoli 
Rhesa Foot 
John Abbott 
Thomas Curtis 
John Cannon 



Philip Huntington Augustus Lathrop 



Stephen Avery 
Hosea Dutton 
Squire Cady 
Calvin Butler 
'IVM.Grosvenor 
John Morgan, jr. 



Gideon Chapman 
Horace Candee' 
William Hall 
Harry Scovill 
David ft. Warner 
John T. Mott 



Jonathan R.Sanford Benjamin Meeker 
Samuel Stebbms Bradley Hull 



Toivjis, 
Roxbury 
Salisbury 
Say brook 

Sharon 

Sherman 

Somers 

Southington 

South bury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 
toning ton 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Simsbury 

Thompson 

Holland 

Torrington 

Trumbull 

Union 
Vernon 
VoJuntown 
Wallingford 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Waterf >rd 

Watertown 

Weston 

Wethersfield 

Wellington 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

Wood bridge 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Wolcott 

The foregoing 
Chrks> made to 
which it has been 



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Clerks, 
Elihu Canfield 
Newman Holley 
Clark Nott 
Israel Camp 
David Northrop 
Jabez Collins 
Lucas Curtis 
John Mosely 
Samuel Blodget 
Samuel Hoyt 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Deane 
Elijah Uffoot 
Oliver Pease 
lienjamin Ely 
John Nichols, jr. 
Luther Eaton 
John Giilelt, ir. 
Eliakim Beach 
Robert Lawson 

Lebbeus P. Tinker Simeon Cooley 
James Alexander Samuel Robb>ns 



Collectors. 
Cyrene Mallery 
Alexander Lamb 
Augustus Chalker 
Stephen Dunning 
William Page 
Luke Kibbe 
Chester Grannis 
Richard Smith 
Horatio West 
Isaac Bishop 
Caleb Thayer 
Z. Cheescbro' 3d. 
David B- Brooks 
Jonathan Pomeroy 
James Cornish 
James Bates 
John Warren, jr. 
Barzilai Hudson 
Silas Haynes 
In gel. W Crawford 



Hunn Munson 
George Starr 
D. B. Brinsmade 
John Kingsbury 
Caleb Raymond 
Aner Bradley 
Eli Adams 



Dickerman Hall 
Piatt Starr 
John N. Gunn 
Luther Gibbard 
William Stuart 
Anthony Garnsey 
Tui ney Foot 



Ezekiel P. Belden Samuel Gal pin 
Hiram Rider Daniel Glazier 

Samuel Belden, jr. S. Corastoek, 2d. 



John Staniford 
Elisl.a N. Sill 
Eliphaz Alvord 
Justus Thomas 
Nathan Preslon 
John Fox 
Archibald Miner 



Elisha White 
Cyrus Bijsell 
Daniel Phelps, jr. 
Shelden Hotchkiss 
David C Broth well 
William Flyn 
Thomas Upson 



list is taken from the returns of the Town 
the State Treasury in May 1817, with 
carefully compared. 



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SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 



George Gillet, esq. Hebron, Tolland County, Surveyor 
General. 

DEPUTY SURVEYORS. 

County of Hartford— William Olmsted, of East Hartford. 
County of IVeiv- Haven— Moses Beach, of Wallingford. 
County of J\eiv- London — Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
County of Fairfield — Joseph Moss White, of Danbury. 
County of Windham — Lemuel Ingalls, of Pomfret. 
County of Litchfield— William M. Burrall, of Canaan. 
County of Middlesex — Dan Lane, of Killingwoith. 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



OFFICERS AND FELLOWS. 
Of the Connecticut Medical Society in Convention, Oct. \5th 9 
1817. 
Mason F, Cogswell, m. d. President. 
Thomas H aboard, m. d. Vice President. 
Jonathan Knight, m. d. Secretary. 
Doctor John S. Peters, Treasurer. 

FELLOWS FROM THE SEVERAL COUNTIES, 

Hartford County — Solomon Everest, m. d John Bestor, 
m. d. Nathan Strong, Samuel B. Woodward, James E. 
Hart. 

New-Haven County — Eli Ives, m. d. Joseph Foot, m. d. 
Jonathan Knight, Beia Farnham, Isaac Goodsell. 

JSfew London County — Elhha North, m. d. John O, Mi- 
ner, m. d. George Tisdale, Dyer T. Brainard, Sylvester 
Wooster. 

f Fairfield County— GMeon Beardsley, Noah A. Lacy, Wil- 
liam Shelton. m. d Nathan Tisdale, Isaac Jennings. 

Windham County — Th »mas Hubbard, m d Darius Hut- 
chins, Elijah Baldwin, Charles Mnlton, Andrew Harris. 

Litchfield County — Nathaniel Perry, m d. Jesse Car- 
rington m. d. W r arren II. Fowler, Jehiel Williams, William 
Buel. 



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Middlesex County— Samuel Carter, Thomas Miner, 
William Tulley. 

Tolland County —John S. Peters, Daniel Peck, Nathan 
Howard. 



CLERKS OF THE SEVERAL COUNTIES. 

Hartford Gounty — Samuel B. Woodward, of Wethersfield. 
JVew Haven County— Jonathan Knight of New-Haven. 
New- London County— Dyer T.Brainard of New-London. 
Fairfield County — Isaac Jennings, cf Trumbull. 
Windham County — William A. Brewster, of Hampton. 
JAtch field County— Conant Catlin, of Bethlem. 
Middlesex County — Sylvester Bulkley, of Haddam. 
Tolland County — John S. Peters, of Hebron. 



Voted, That Drs. Mason F. Cogswell, Thomas Hubbard, 
Nathan Strong, jr. and Wm Tulley, be appointed a stand- 
ing Committee, for the purpose of nominating Professors in 
the Medical Institution. 

Voted, That Drs. Hubbard, Bestor, Perry, J. O. Miner 
and Everest, be the Committee to nominate Candidates for 
the Degree of Doctor of Medicine. 

Voted, That the thanks of this Society be presented to 
Dr. Fowler, for his Dissertation on the deleterious effects of 
Ardent Spirits, in the hypochondiical temperament,and that 
a copy of the same be requested. 

Voted, That i)v. Elu'el be appointed to exhibit a Disserta- 
tion on some Medical subject, to the next convention. 

Voted, that Drs. Thomas Hubbard, Thomas Miner, and 
Joseph Foot, be the Committee of Examination. 

Adjourned to the Wednesday following the second Thurs» 
day in October 1S18, at 10 o'clock, A M. to meet at the 
Medical College. 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, 

- PRACTISING IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

£4T Nearly all Physicians practice Surgery in some cases ; 
but those only are classed here under the head of 
* l Surgeons,*' whose practice is confined to that depart- 
ment. From this general observation, however, must be 



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exempted a few instances, where (he names of persons e* 
quallii eminent in both departments, are arranged under 
both heads, 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 
Hartford — Barwick Bruce, Charles Mather, Mason F. 
Cogswell, m d. Sylvester Wells, m.d. Leonard Bacon, Ju- 
dah Blis9, Jonathan II. Sparhawk, md. Nathan Strong, jr., 
Berlin — Atlna Stanley, John And! ews, Josiah M. Ward, 
Samuel Hart, '2d. David Carpenter, William M. Hand. 
Bristol — Titus Merriman, Miles C, Francis. 
Burlington — Perez Mann, Aaron Hitchcock, Samuel 
Bronson. 

Canton — Solomon Everest, md. William Everitt, Ben- 
jamin Weed, jr. 

East- Hart for J— -George Griswold, Timothy Hall, m.d» 
David Bemys. 

East- Windsor— Elihu Tudor, Daniel Porter, Elijah F. 
Heed, Henry A. Porter. 

Enfield — Simeon Field, m.d. 

Farmington— Eli Todd, m.d. Asahel Yale, John A. Hart. 
Glastenbury — Asaph Coleman, Norman Lyman, Ralph 
Carter. 

(Jranby — Eliphalet Buck, Gideon Case, ^farcus Potter^ 
Daniel Benjamin, Joseph F. Jewett, Silas Meachum. 
Hartland — Philander Humphrey, Nathaniel Bosworlh. 
Marlboroug h— Daniel Smith. 
Siinsbury — John 13 ester, m.d. 

Southington — Josiah Root, Mark Newell, Timothy Jones, 
Horace Ames. 

Suffield— Howard Alden, Oliver Pease, John W. Hanch- 
ett. 

JVethers/iekl— Daniel Fuller, Samuel B. Woodward, Ar- 
chibald Hall, Ashbel Robertson. 

Windsor — Hezekiah Chaffee, Christopher Wolcott, Abel 
Simmons, George. Pratt* James E.Hart,Timothy Phelps, jr. 

SURGEONS, 

Hartford — Mason F. Cogswell, m.d. Dwell Morgan. 
Canton — Solomon Everest, m d. 
East- Hartford— Timothy Mall, m.d. 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

J\ew-ffave?i — Eneas Munson, i*i d. Levi Ives, m d. Na- 
than Smith, m.d. Obadiah Hotchkiss, Elijah Munson, Ela 
Ives, m d. James Gilbert, Jonathan Knight, Timothy P. 
Beers, John Titsworth, Samuel Punderson. 

Branford — Jared Foot, Reuben Linsley, Orchard Gould, 
Heman P. Brooks, Lyman Parker. 

Cheshire— William L. Foot, Charles Shelton, Thomas T. 
Cornwall. 

Derby- Edward Crafts, Liberty Kimberly, Pearl Crafts. 

East- Haven — Bela Farnum. 

Guiljord— Jonathan , Todd, m.d. David S. Brooks, Jared 
Redfield, Anson Foote, Samuel Fitch, Abraham Blatchley. 

Hawden— Return E. Jones, Chauncey Andrews. ! 

JMeriden — Isaac I. Hough. 

JMiddlebury — Stephen S. Hawley. 

Milford — Caleb Austin, John Carrington, Andrew 
French. 

JVorth'Jfaven — Joseph Foot, m.d. 

Oxford — Kosea Button, Abiram Stoddard, Noah Stone. 

Southbury — Anthony Burritt, Herman M . Clark. 

JVaterbury — Joseph Porter, Edward Field, Nimrod Hull. 

Wallingford — John Andrews, Jared P. Kirtland. 

Woodbridgp — Jehiel Caste!, Isaac. Goodsell. 

IVolcott—i hn Potter, Ambrose Ives. 
SURGEONS. 

JV eio -Haven — Nathan Smith, m.d. Jonathan Knight. 

Derby — Silas Baldwin. 

Walling ford — Moses Gay lord. 

JVaterbury— Jesse Porter. 

COUNTY OF N?:W-LONDON. 

New- London— Thomas Cot, M.D.Samuel Fl. P. Lee, Eli- 
sha North, M d. Archibald Mercer, Samuel Hunting, Dyer 
Troop Brainard, Nathaniel S. Perkins, Thos. Graham. 

J\or-wich-~- Philemon Tracy, m d. George Tisdale, John 
Turner, Thomas B. Buswell, Richard P. Tracy. 

Bozrah— John Scott, Charles Smith. 

Colchester — John R Watrous, m.d. Howell Rogers^Eli* 
jah Butts, Ezekiel W. Parsons. 



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Ftanklin— Benjamin Ellis, Elijah Hartshorn, Reuben 
Burgess. 

Groton— John O. Miner, m.d. John Smith, Dan King. 
. Griswold— Eleazer B. Downing, Lucius Tyler. 

JJsbon — Jedediah Burnham, Jeptha Hebbard. 

Lyme — Samuel Mather, m.d Phineas Hyde, Vine Utley, 
John L. Smith, John C. M. Brockway, Sylvester Wooster, 
Marvin Smith, Richard Noyes. 

Montville — Seth VV. Holmes, Ephraim Fellows, Benja- 
min F. Stoddard. 

North- Stonington — Thomas T. Wells. 

Preston — Avery Downer, Benjamin Harris, George Dow- 
ner. 

Stonington — William Lord, William Robinson, 

Baily. 

Water for d— James Rogers. 

SURGEONS. 

J\Te?v London — Elisha North, m.d. 

Norwich— John Turner. 

Colchester — John R. Watrous, m.d. 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Fairfield — Hosea Hurlbut, m.d. David Hull, David Rich- 
mond, William B, Nash, John P. Patterson. 

Danbnry— Daniel Comstock,jr. Noah Linsley, Samuel 
Banks, Ansel Hoyt, Jabez Starr. 

Hrookfield—EY\ Perry, Noah A. Lacey. 

Greenwich — Clark Sanford, Shadrach Mead, Darius 
Mead, Elisha R. Belcher. 

Huntington— William Shelton, m.d. Gideon Beardsley, 
Charles Beardsley. 

JYew-Canaan — Joseph Sillraan, Samuel S. Noyes. 

JVeW'Fairfield—lsazc Knapp. 

Newtown — Bennet Perry, Gideon Shepherd, m d. Oliver 
Bancroft, Benjamin Curtiss, jr. John Judson. 

Aorwalk — Phineas Miller, Jonathan Knight, Richard S. 
Bryan. 

Sherman — John Orton. j 

Jtadding — Thomas Davis, Aaron Lyon, Graves. 

Ji:dgejield-~Ba\iii. Perry, Amos Baker, Nehemuh Per- 
ry, Phiio iiall, 



CO 

Stfcw/brJ-— Samuel TVebb, Nathaniel Hubbard, John Au- 
gur, Warren Percival, Themas Close. 

Stratford— 'James E. Beach, Charles Tomlinson, 'Na- 
than Tisdale, William T. SheUon. 

Trumbull^ Stephen Middlebrook, Elijah Middlebrook, 
at.D. Isaac Jennings. 

Weston— Gabriel Baldwin, Uriah Parrock, Nathan J. 
Bennett. 

Wilton- Abraham Chichester, David Wiilard. 

*JLt Bridgeport. 

SURGEONS, 
Fairfield — David Ri ch m on d . 
Greenwich— Clark Sanford, Elisha It. Belcher. 
J\'ervtotvn — Benn *t Perry. 
Stratford — Nathan Tisdale. 
1 'rumbull— -Elijah Middlebrook, m.p. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 
Windham — Christophers. Avery, David Currier, Chester 
Hunt, Luther Manning. 

Ashford— Joseph Palmer, M. d. Andrew Hnntington, 
Joseph Palmer, jun. 

Brooklyn — Ebenezer Baker, Waldo Hutthins. 
Canterbury — Rufus Johnson, Elijah Baldwin. 
Columbia — Silas Fuller. 

Hampton— John Brewster, Jacob Hovey, Charles Moul- 
ton, William A. Brewster. 

Killingly— Penuel Hutchins, M.p. Robert Grosvenor. 
Lebanon— Thaddeus Clark, Erastus Osgood, Daniel 
Hutchinson, Ezekiel Skinner. 

Jllaiisfiekt—Jnbtz Adams, Roger Waldo, Earl Swift, 
»■ Brigham. 

Plain f eld — Siah Fuller, Jared Fuller, Rowland 'Green, 
Mowry Burgess. 

Pom/ret — Thomas Hubbard, M. d. Darius Hutchin?, 
Benjamin Hubbard. 

Sterling— Thomas Backus, John Patridge, Oliver Hulctt. 
Thompson — Horatio Holbrook, — Bumbam. 
Volvntoyon— Alien Csmpbeil, Daniel Campbell, Ilervey 
Campbell. 



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Woodstock— Ebexiezer Bishop, Amasa Carrol, Joseph 

St grave, Thomas Morse, Daniel Lyman, Amos Carrol. 
SURGEONS. 
JUhford — Joseph Palmer, jun. 
Canterbury — A ncl re-,v Harris. 
Lebanon — LJenoni Sweet. 
„ J lamjield — Hoge r Waldo, 
Plain field — J ared Fuller. 
Pom fret — Thomas Hubbard, m.d. 
Woodstock — Daniel Lyman. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFJELD. 

IJtchjhld-- Daniel Sheldon, Joseph Parker, Wra, Buel, 
Abel Catlin, 2d. Patridge Parsons, Reuben S.Woodward, 
Samuel Duel, John to. West. 

Jjcirkhempstead— -Amos Beecher. 

Melhlem — Conant Catlin. 

Canaan — Joshua Cornwell, Ovid Plumb. 

Colebrook— Jesse Carrington, m d. Lancelot Phelps, 

Cornwall'" Joseph North, John Calhoun. 

Goshen-" Erastus L. Hart, Will ism Marsh. 

Harwington — Hoswell Ahemethy. 

J^ent— John Raymond, Wells Beardsley, Stephen Ben- 
nett, 

JVr xc- Hartford— A n dre w Aber n e i . h y . 

Neio-JWlfcrd— Ebenezer Smith, Jehiel Will'ams, Israel 
Graves, Reuben Warner, jr. William H. Taylor. 

Norfolk— Ben jam i n Welch . 

li'ifmouth—Oz\xs Warner, Gideon Woodruff, David- War- 
iv. 

Roxhury— Josiah !?.. Eastman, Alston Leavenworth. 

Sal it fairy— William Walton, James R. Dodge, Asahel 
Humphrey, Perry Pratt. 

Sharon — amuet Rockwell, John W. Smith, John Sears, 
Elmore Everltt, — — North. 

Tdrrtngian— Samuel Woodward, m.d. Elijah Lyman, E- 
rastus Bancraft. 

Warren — \aron Coleman. 

Washington-* Warr^in K. .Fowler, Ira V. Bronson, 

iVtqicrtoytm— Samuel Elton, Anson Tuttle. 
fi- 



ner 



TVinchester-rT ruman P. Wetmore, Luraan Wakefield. 

If oo dbury— Nathaniel Perry, m.d. Henry T. Orion, 

SURGEONS. 
Litchjield— Robert Call in, 
Sharon^— Satnnel It. Gager. 

fV-oodbuvy— Nathaniel Perry, m.d. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

Middieioivn — John Osborn, Ebenezer Tracey, Isaac 
Concklin, Thomas Miner, jr. William Tully. 

Had dam — Sylvester Bulkiey, Jesse Wright. 

Chatham— John Richmond, Isaac Smith, jr. David B. 
Ho! iister. 

Durham— William S. Pierson* 

East-Haddam — Augustus M-alh-sr, Jonah Cone, 2d* Jes- 
se Bigelow, David JoLnsOc, Asa M. Holt. 

Kiilingworth— Austin CHeolt, Benj.unin Hilt, Rufus Tur- 
ner. 

Saybrook— Elisha Mather, Samuel Carter, Ebenezer 
Oone, Gideon A. Dickinson, Andrew Warner, Ezra S Ma- 
ther. 

SURGEONS. 

•Middletoivti — Ebenezer Tracy . 



COUNT'/ OF TOLLAND. 

Tolland — Guidon Thompson, Abijah Ladd> jr. Eenj&mia 
Potwine. 

Jjofion — Jabez h. White, Simeon Birge, 

Coventry— Nathan Howard, Eleafcer Hunt, Daniel Avery. 

KlUtigion — Allvn Hyde, Rtigglea Carpenter. 

Hebren—Jtihn S. Peters, John Pavne, Gay lord Wells, 
g^mit^l Sinamona* 

Somers — John Wood, Horatio A. Hamilton, Charles W« 
Kibbe. 

Stafford-- Daniel Peck, Joslah Converse, Jubn Grant, Ez2- 
Liei Skinner 

I't-rnu i — -?c)ito\vnv Hinckley. 

XJnion — -Sbubael Hammond 

WMngion --Chester Cat pen tor. S. Palridge. 



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SURGECNb. 

Bolion— Jabez L White. 
Hebron— John S. Peters. 
Somers— Horatio A. Hamilton. 



SOCIETY OF FREE MASONS. 

OFFICERS OF KNIGHT TEMPLAR^ ENCAMPMENT. 



-, Captain General. 



James Ward, jst Captain. 
David Doming, 2d C apt ail*. 
Ebeuezer Perkins, Martha!. 
John 11. Watrous, Secretary. 
Asa ISigelow, Treasurer. 



GRAND CHAPTER OF CONNECTICUT. 

The following Companions, were elected to the offices ret* 
pectivehf annexed to their names for the year entiling, the 
third Tuesday of May, Anno Ti. A. M. i>817 .• — viz. 
M. K. John M. Gannett,G. h. r. 
E. John II. Lynde, d. g. h. p. 
Laban Smith, c. K. 
James Ward, g. Scribe. 
Levi H. Clarke, G- Secretary. 
Henry Champion, g. Treasurer, 
linger Scarle, g. Chaplain. 
Samuel Green, g. Marshal. 
Samuel Bailey, g Sentinel. 
The Grand Convocations are holdcn Berai-atTnuaUv, at 
Hartford on the third Tuesday of Alar, and at New -Haven 
on the third Tuesday cf October, in each year. 

The Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Grand Royal 
Arch Chapter, are are as follows, vcz .• 

Hiram Chapter, No. 1. New- ] Solomon's Chapter, No. 3. 

town. Derby 

Franklin Chapter, No, 2. ! Franklin Chapter, No, 4.. 

New -Haven. I Norwich. 



Van^ei brook Chapter, No. 5 

Colchester. 
Washington Chapter, No. G 

Midtilctown. 
Ui\ion Chapter, No. 7 New 

London. 
Lynch Chapter, No 3. Red 

'ding and Weston. 
Ttinky Chapter, No £ 

Windham. 
Fidelity Chapter, No. 10 

Woodbury. 



4 * 

Rittenhouse Chapter, No. 1% 

Stamford* 
Warren Chapter, No. 12. 

Pom Ire t. 
Jerusalem Chapter, No. 13. 

Stratford. 
Hamilton Chapter, No. 14; 

Kent. 
Meridian Chapter, No. 15. 

Canaan. 
fferHss Chapter, N»; 16* 

Litchfield. 

Chapter No. 17. 



Hartford. 



OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE OF CONNECTICUT ♦ 



St. W. Solomon C«wles, o. m. 
W. Junius Ward, D. G. M. 
W. .Toliij II Lvnde, s. g. w. 
W. Levi H. Clarke, J. G. w 
\&. Hrnry Champion, G. T. 
W. Jfchn JV1«, g s. 
W. James Bahcock, s g. d. 
W. Ralph I. Ingersol, j g. d. 
Rev. Roger Searle, G. Chaplain. 

MASTER LODGES IN CONNECTICUT 



Jjfp. I. Hiram, New-Haven 
2. SjJt. John's, Middletnwn 
3 St J oh 11*8, Bridgeport 
4 . ^t. John's, Harlfard 
$j Ui ion, Greenwich 
6 St. John's, Norwalk 
7. Kif * Solomon's Wood- 
bury 
8 St. John's, Stratford 
9. Compass, Wallingford 



10. Wooster, Co!ch*$f?r 

11. St. Paul's, Litchfield 
12 King Hiram, Derby 

13. Montgomery, Salisbury 

14. Frederick, rarmingtoa 
1-. Moriah, Canterbury 
16. Temple, Cheshire 

l7\ Federal, \Vateitown 

18. Hiram Newtown 

19. Washington, Huntington 



20. Harmony, Berlin 
tel. St. Peter's, N. Mi! ford 
£2. Hart's, Woodbridge 
2.3. St James\ Preston 
2i. Uriel, Mansfield 

25. Columbia, Stepney 

26. Columbia, K. Haddam 

27. Rising Sun, Washington 

28. Morning Star, East 

Windsor 
2D. Village, New-Hartford 

30. Day Spring, Hamden 

31. Union, New Loudon 
S L 2. Meridian Sun, Warren 
33. Friendship, Southing- 

ton 
S\. Somerset, Norwieh 
35. Aurora, Harwington 
$6 St Mart's, Gran by 
Sr. Western Star, 'Norfolk I 
Grand communication to 
and at New Haven in October 



38. St Allan's, Guilford 
3 J. Ark, Western 

40. Union, Dan boxy 

4 1. Federal, Brookfield 

42. Harmony, *Watei -bury 

43. Trinity, Kil ingworth 
44 Eastern Star, Lebanon 

and Windham 

45. Pythagoras, Lyme 

46. Putnam, Pom fret 

47. Morning Star, Oxford 

48. St, Luke, Kent 

49. Jerusalem, Uidgefield 

50. Warren, And over 

51. Warren, Chester 
52 Mount Olive 

53. Widow's Son, Nortk- 

Stnnington 

54. Hamilton, Sharon 



be made at Hartford in May 
annually. 



OJtcers of the General Grand Chapter of the United States, 
. The Hon. De Witt Clinton, of New-York, g. g h. p. 

Thomas S. Webb, esq. of Mass. d g. g. h. p. 

John H. Lynde, esq. of Connecticut, G. G. K. 

Philip P. Eckel, esq. of Maryland, G. G. s. 

Jo!in Abbott, esq. of Massachusetts, G G. s. 

Peter Grimnell, esq of II. Island, g. g. t. 

Rev. Jonathan Nye, of Vermont, c. s. c. 

John Harris, esq. of N". Hampshire, g. g. m. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 
Hartford Nathan Perkins, D. d. 

Vacant Jona. M Wainwrigfit B 

Abel Flint I ,EJisha Cuskman E 



VG 



Berlin 

Royal Robblns 
John Smalley, d. d. 
Newton Skinner 
Samuel Goodrich 
Plurality E 

Enoch Green 

Bristol — Jonathan Cone 
Martin 

Burlington — J ana. Miller 
Vacant 

Canton — Jeremiah Hallock 



Jared Mills 
Bast- Hartford 

Joy H. Fair child 

Eiibha A. Cooke 

EUada Biakesley R 

East- Windsor 

David M'CUire, d.d.? 

Thomas Rohbins > 

Shubael Barllett 

Nathaniel Hose E 

Enfield Francis U. Rabbins 

Vacant AC 

Buckley Waters B 

Earminqlon — Noah Porter 

Kutu* Haw ley 
&lastenbury~~¥ . rlawes 

™- Strong 

Plurality E 

Gratfty— Isaac Porter 



Eber L. Clark 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Vacant 15 

Hartland— Ammi Lin&ley 
Nathaniel Gaylord 

JWarlbr**— Dsvifl H. Kipley 

Simshnry- -A Hen M'Leau 

Plurality E 

Vacant - B 

Southing ton 

William Robinson 
Plurality E 

David Wright B 

Svjjiehl — Ehcnezer Gay- 
Joseph Mix 

Asafeel Morse B 

Rennet Pepper 15 

Vie ther afield 

John Marsh, d. d. ) 
Caleb J. Tenney \ 
Joab 15 race 
Calvin Chapin, d, 
Win, Bentley 

Windsor 

Henry A. Rowland 

John Baitlett 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Oliter Wilson B 



B 



COUSTY OF KEW-ITAVENi 



t V>ty- Flivm 
Bev, Nathaniel W. Taylor 
Samuel Merwiu 
Jeremiah D»v 
EieazerT. Fitch 
Harry Crosw.ell E 

Stephen W. Stcbblns 
Henry Lines R 



Bran ford 

tmntby P. Cillett 
Matthew Noyes 
Charles At water 
Plurality 

Cheshire — Vacant 
John Marsh 
Reuben Ive* 







87 




Vacant 


E 


North-Haxen 




yerby- -Zephaniah Swift 




Bcnj, Trumbull, d. b 




Abner Smith 




Plurality 


E 


R Mansfield, d. d. ) 
Calvin White j 


E 


Henry Lines 


B 


Oxford'. Vacant 




last-Haven-* Vacant 




Chauncey Prindle 


E 


Elijah G. Plumbe 


E 


— Humphrey 


E 


r nil ford— Aaron Dutton 




Plurality 


E 


John Elliott 




Soiithhiry—Y)f\n\e\ A. Cterk 


William F. Vail 




Bennet Tyler 




John Ely 




Walling- ford 




David Baldwin 


E 


James Noyes 




Plurality 


E 


A^acant 


E 


famden 




Vacant 


B 


Eliphalet B. Coleman 




Vacant 


B 


Abraham Allen 




PKater6?*ry— Luke Wood 




Plurality 


E 


Vacant 




Vcriden -Erastus Riplev 




AJpheus Gear 


E 


Plurality 


E 


Jesse Frost } 


B 


Samuel Miller 


B 


Samuel Porter $ 


Vacant 




Wolcntt— John Keyea 




1 tiddlebury- -Mark Mead 




Won abridge 




l//V/<?rd~.ijazaleel Piuneo 




Jason Allen 




Vacant 




Nath'l G. Huntington 




Erastus Scrantou 




Vaeant 


E 


Vacant 


B' 






COUNTY OF I 


VEW-LONDOtf. 




New- London 




GHbwo/c/— Horatio Waldc 


> 


■jr. Abel M'Ewen 




Groton— Timothy Tuttle 




Solomon Biakslee 


B 


Silas Burrows 


B 


Nehemiah Dodge 


B 


Christopher Avery AC 


Iform/*-. David Austin 




R os we 11 Burrows 


B 


Vacant 


r> 


John G. Wightraan 


B 


.VcAes-fcr— Salmon Cone 




14 sbon-— Levi Nelson 




Nathaniel Dwight 




Andrew Lee, d. q. 




Vacant 




Amos Heed 


B 


William Witter 




Z$?ne— Lalbrop Rockwell 




Vacant 


B 


Josiah Hawes 




^ran fcffn-..Samue1 Xott 




Vacant 




Vacant 




Asa Wilcox 


I 


Vacant 


B 







88 



William Palmer 


B 


Vacant 


AG 


Moniville -Abisha Ald'en 


Vacant 




•Robert Far go 


AC 


Reuben Paimer 


B 


J\ortvich 




Joseph Strong, d. 15 




Alfred Mitchell 




John Tyler 


E 


John Sterry 


H 


David N. Bentlcy 


M 


COUNTY 


OF 


Fairfield 




Vacant 




Kezi'kiah Ripley, v 


P 


William BeSden 




Philo Shelton 


ft 


Mai the* Belles 


n 


Brook field — Vacant 




Plurality 


E 


Danbu rtj — William Andre w s 


V a cant 




Reuben Hubbard 


E 


K be nezer W h i u Sand 


Nathan Duck lev 


B 


'Greenwich— -Vacant 




I aac Lewis, d. d. 




Pterin* ftt 


E 


ISathanh-l Finch, jr. 


N 


Drake Nelson 


L 


jltifilhighm 




Thomas F Davis 




Dan Wild man 


R 


Vacant 




Meuiies Rayncr 


I 


JK'ew-Catiatin 




William Uonney 




Plurality 


f. 


JVew Foirfidd 




Medaii Roger* 





North* 5/o?/2«^/o«—> Vacant 

"Vacant B 

Preston- John Hyde 

Vacant fe 

Piurlity E 

Vacant AC 

Gustavus F. Davis B 

Siomngton — Ira Hart 

E. Cheesebrough B 

Asher Miner B 

Water ford 

Zadock Darrow B 

CO—. 

FAIRFIELD. 

JWatfrsqpi — Vacant 

Daniel Burhans E 

John Sherman 1} 

Solomon Glover V 

JM'orvjalk — Roswell U Swan 
Ueuben Sherwood E 

lie dding — Daniel C i ocker 
Fiura'itv E 

RidgtftsUU- Phelps 

Vacant 

Plurality B 

Vacant R 

Sherman— -M nftby Gelston 

Stamford — Daniel Smith 
Ami^i Lewis 
William Fisher 
Piatt Buffet 

Jonathan Judd E 

Ebenczer Ferris"^ 
Greenleaf Wetfl> I s R 
Frederick Smith f ° 
Mat madwke Earlj 

S.ratford 

Matthew \\ Dutton 
Elijah Waterman 
Ashbel Baldwin E 

Plurality E 

Matthew Bolles £ 



19 



Trumbull — Reuben Taylor 
Plurality K 

Weston 

Vacant 



Wei ton E 

Wilton— Syhan us HaigKt 
Plurality E 
Si. John B 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



Windham 

Itoev, Cornelius B. Everest 
Jesse Fisher 
Vacant AC 

Vacant B 

Vacant 13 

AUiford— PhiloJudson 
Vacant 

William Storrs 
Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Frederick Whitman B 

Brooklyn 

Josiah Whitney, D. D- 
Vacant E 

Canterbury — Asa Meech 
Erastus Learned 

Colum bia — Vn can t 

Hampton — Ludevious WeM 
Vacant B 

'JtiiHngTtt— KHsha Atkins 
Israel Day 
Kosveil Whitmorc 
Calvin Cooper B 



Lebanon — Zebulon Elf 
William B. Uiplev 
.lohu H Fowler 
l)aniel Putnam 

J\lansfiehl — Vacant 

Moses C. Welch, d. 

Vacant 

Jonathan Goodwin 

Plain field — Vacant 
Nathaniel Cole 

Pom fret — James Porter 
Walter Lyon 
James Grow 

Sterling — Vacant 

Thompson — Daniel Dow 
Piers on Crosby 

Voluntov/n — Vacant 
Vacant 

Woodstock 

Eliphalet Lyman 
Samuel Backus 
Alvin Underwood 
George Angdl 
Nicholas Branch 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



Litchfield 
Rev. Lyman Beecher 
Amos Pettingill 
Joseph E. Camp 
Vacant 

Asa Talmadge 
Truman Marsh ) 
Isaac Jones $ 



Barkhempstead 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Bethlem — John Langdon 

Plurality E 

Caiman — Charles Prentice 

Pitkin Ccwlft 

Vacant B 



Plurality 

tolebroob 

Cfifmncey Lee 
I K«fn« Baibcock 

Timothy Stone 
Vaeant 
• Vacant , 

^*^»— Joseph Harvey ' 

Joshua Williams' 
vacant p 

«»'— Asa BFair 

Vacant p 

Jigger Searle 
Plurality 

MOxhurij 

g>&«4 Manisou 
Pfurafity 

Isaac i-'iii/er 



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Vacant 

^^David L.Perry 
Vacant J 

Vacant } 

Vacant 
forringtan 

Alexander Gillet 
! feamue! J. Mij.'s 

Vacant , 

fFflfre*-- Peter Starr 

Vacant r 

^iV^-Vacant 
Vacant 
Plurality p 

^m^^Urfei Gridley ' 

Winchester 

Frederick Manlj 
James Beach 
Vacant p 

Isaac Bellows i* 

Woodbury u 

Grove L, Drownrll 
Samuel R Andrew 
Purges Gilbert v 



CO.U-WXy 



or 



•KlkldlctQ-wn 

Tfowii Miner 

Jos eph G Iave s T 

Joe! Wett 

*? Smith Miles fc 



Plurality 
Wih'Jam Welch 

Vacant 

Elijah Parsons ? 
Ifaac Parsons { 
William Lyman. D 
Joseph Vail 
» scant 
^ititon Dickinson 
Uadd&n— D RV id I). Fieia 



E 



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Vacant B 




ullmg-worth — — Jenks 




Asa Kins; 




Plurality E 




Vacant E 




'aybrooh 




AugustusBolles D 





COUNTY OF 
Tolland 
lev. N\ Williams, d d ) 

Ansel Nash ) 

HoL'on — Philander Parmelc 

Coventry — Chauncey Booth 

Ephraim T. Woodruff 

Vacant 
Effing" fon 

Diodate Brockway 
fkbron — Amos Basset, d. d. 

Nathan Gillet 



Fred'k W. Holchkisa 
Aaron Hovev 
Sylvester Selden 
Nehembh B. Beardsley 
Vacant V* 

Samuel West B 

Vacant B 



TOLLAND, 

Ammi f vomers 
Skmen — William L. Strong 
Stafford — Cyrus W. Gray 

Vacant" 

Joseph Knight 

Asa Niles B 

Union. — Vacant 
J ernen-- -Vacant 
WilUngton 

Hubhil Loornis 

David Liiiibi klge B 



fast §f nmettM Ministers, in connection xvith the Genera^ 
Association, and of licentiates from the several Jlssocia* 
tiors 

Unsettled Minhtrrn — Rev. D. Messrs. Avery, Manr-field ; 
Jonathan Bartlett. Redding; Aaron Church, Hart land ; Je- 
hu Clark, Newtown ; Saul Clark, Bast-Haven ; EliasCorne* 
ias, S'>mers, New-York; Stephen Dodd, Cheshire ; Na- 
thaniel Freeman, Weston; Amasa Jerome, New -Hartford ; 
Calvin fngals, Stratford ; Gordon Johnson, KPIingley ; Bela 
Kellogg 1 , West-Haven ; William Lflckwood Glastenbury ; 
Amasa Loom is, East ■ Windsor ; Orange Lyman, Sharon; 
Elihu Mnson, Hartford ; William F. Miller, Windsor; Asa- 
hel Nettleton, Kiilingworth ; Samuel Nott, jnn. Franklin ; 
John Noycs, We c tnn ; Thomas Itich, Columbia ; Samuel 
Sfebhins, Simsbury ; Samuel Sfnrgtet, Danbury ; Sani'l P. 
Williams, Mansfield; Joseph Treat, New-.Mi!forc! ; Royal 
Tyler, Coventry; Daniel Waldo, Sumeld; William R. 
Weeks, Litchfield ; Hie bard William?, Lebanon ; SamueA 
Whittlesey, Berlin. 



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Licentiates —Messrs. Samuel R. Andrew, Milford ; Zed 
V^ekiah Barstow, Canterbury ; Stephen Crosby, Thompson ; 
Israel Ely, Sharon ; Benjamin Fenn, Milford ; Asahel Gay- 
l>rd, Norfolk; Josiah W. Gibbs, Salem, Mass ; Thomas K. 
Gould ; Cornwall ; Labias Hyde, Frai&lin ; Robert C Rob- 
bins, Coiehester; Isaac Reed, Granville, New York ; Ward 
Safford, New-Haven; David A. Sherman, Knoxville, Ten- 
r.esee ; AnetiusT3. Hult, New-Haven ; Guernsey G. Browiig 
Bethlen. ; Charles F. Butler, Bedford, New-York ; Ludovi- 
cus Bobbins. Mansfield ; Anson S. Atwood, Norfolk ; Wil- 
lam Ely, Saybrook; Elijah Baldwin, Milford. 



Episcopal Clergymen residing in the Diocess of Connecti- 
cut, and not settled in any Parish 
Rev TiHotson Bi orison, t) d Cheshire; Asa Cornwall, 
Cheshire; Chauncey Prindle, Oxford; Jaspur D. Jones, 
£imsbury ; Nathan B. Burgess, Milford. 



ASSOCIATIONS AND CONSOCIATIONS. 

There are in this Slate, thirteen Associations and Conso- 
ciations, viz. Hartford, North, consisting of 19 churches ; 
Hartford, South, of 16; New-Haven, We-st, of 19; New- 
Haven, East, of 13; New-London, of 18 ; Fairfield, West, 
of 16; Fairfield, East, of 13 , Windham, Orign al, of 25 ; 
Windham, East, of 3; Litchfield, North, of 19 ; Litchfield, 
South, of 16 ; Middlesex, of 15, and Tolland of 15. 

Note — Associations are composed of Ministers alone; 
Consociations of Ministers, with a delegate from their res- 
pective Churches. 



GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT. 

This body meets annually, on the third Tuesday of June. 
It is composed of two Representatives from each district 
Association —There is also united with them a representa- 
tion of three members of the General Assembly of the Pres- 
byterian Chureh in the United States ; of one member from 
the General.Convcjitioa of Congregational and Presbyterian 



93 

Ministers in Vermont ; of two members from the General 
Association of Massachusetts proper; aad of two members 
from the General Association of New- Hampshire. To : 
these several Bodies, the General Association of Connecti- 
cut sends annually the same number of Representatives. 

Treasurer of the General Association — liev. Abel Flint. 

Auditor — Kev. Calvin Chapin, d d. 

The next annnual meeting of the General Association j'9 
I to be at Middletown, at the house of the Kev. Chauncey A. 
Goodrich, on the third Tuesday oi June, l81S,at ll o'clock, 
A. M. 

J?e J egates to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church, to convene in Philadelphia, en the third Tues- 
day of May,' 18:8. 
liev, Diodate Brockway, Erastus Ripley, and Nathaniel 

W, Tayl>r. Rev. Noah Porter, Bennet Tyler, and Asa. 

King, substitutes. 

Delegate to the General Convention of Vermont, held at. 

•Middle bury, on the second Thursday of September, 18 17. 

Rev. Joab Braces Kev. David Smith, his substitute. 

Delegates to the General dissociation of Massachusetts 
Proper, to convene on the fourth Tuesday of June, lSi8. 
Rev. Nathan Perkins, ,j. d. and E»a3tus Soranton. Rev. 
William Lock wood, and Joseph Harvey. 

Delegates to the Ceneral Association of New-Hampshire, 
held at Exetor, on tfu: third Tuesday of September, 1817, 
Bey. Samuel Merwin, and Stephen W Stebbins. Her. 
Caleb J. Tenny, and William Bonn^y, substitutes. 

— o — 
Committee chosen by the General Association to certify the 
regular standing of Preachers, traveling from this State, 
to other parts of the United $'<iCes. 
Rev. Nathan Perkins, d d. j Kev Elijah Waterman, 



Calvin Chapin, \j d. j Moses C. Welch, d.d. 

Benj. Trumbull, dd. Jonathan Miilcr, 

James Noyes, L}ir.an Beecher, 

Joseph Strong, d.d. ! Fred'k VV. Hotchkis*, 

fsaac Lewis, u-p. [ Nathan Williams, d.d. 



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The following persons are receivers of money in their seve* 
red Associations , for the Treasury of the General Asso- 
ciation 



Rev? Henry A Rowland. 
Joab 13 race, 
Samuel Merum, 
Timothy P. Gillet, 
Salmon Gone, 
Roswell R. Swan, 



Rev. Elijah Waterman, 
James Porter, 
Charles Prentiss, 
Joshua Williams, 
David felden, 
Epliraiua T. Woodruff. 



Trustees of che Bishop^s Fund. 

Rev. Philo Shelton | Jonathan Starr, esq. 

Rev. Ashbel Baldwin 

Rev. Harry Croswell 

His Honor Jona. Ingersoll 

Elias Shipman, esq. 

William Heron, esq. 

His Honor Jonathan ingersoll, President. 
Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary. 
Charles Sigourney, esq. Treasurer. 



John Morgan, esq. 
Evan Malbone, esq. 
Nathan Smith, esq. 
Charles Sigourney, esq. 



Standing Committee of the Episcopal Convention of Con- 
neciicui. 

Rev Tillotson Bronsbn, D.r>. < Rev. Dinie! Barhans, 
Ashbel Baldwin, ) Many Crosweil. 

Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary of the Convention. 
The Convention is held on the fi^sl Wednesday yf Jane 
annually. 

Standing Secretaries in the Baptist Association* 
Ilartjord — Rev Elisha Cushman 
Stoniiigton-—\lQ\ Jonathan Goodwin 
Groton — Rev. Asa Wilcox . 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

(Incorporated October, IH12.) 
The General Association is the Missionary Society o^ 
Connecticut. 



95 

Officers of the Society y for the year commencing on tfie first 
Wednesday of August, 18 1 7. 



Hon. Jonathan Brace 
Hon. Clizar Goodrich 
John Caldwell) esq. 
Knoch Perkins, esq. 
Samuel Pitkin, esq. 
Mr. Thomas Hubbard 



TRUSTEES. 

!iev. Nathan Perkins, u. d. 
Kev. Samuel Nott 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. r>. 
Uev. Moses C, Welch, d. i5. 
Rev. Samuel Goodrich 
Rev. Henry A. Rowland* 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer 

Rev Abel Flint, Auditor. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Chairman, and 

Rev. Abel Flint, Secretary of the Board of Trustees. 

Man. Jonathan Brace, ^ 

Knoch Perkins, esq. > 

Rev. Abel Flint, \ 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Enoch Perkins, esq. 
Kev. Nathan Perkins, d. i 
Rev. Samuel Nott, 
Kev. Moses C. Welch, d 1 
Kev. Abel Flint* 
Kev. Calvin Chapin, i>, D. 



Committee of Accounts. 

i 

D. » 

)> Committee of Jlisshns, 

j 



Vice President. 



Bvard of Directors for the Connecticut Society, Auxiliary 
to the Baptist Bourd of Foreign Missions, 
Rev, John G. Wightman, President. 

Kufus Babcock, 

.Asahel Morse, 

Elkiia Cushman, Con. Secretary* 
Ml*. Joseph B. Gilbert, Rec. Secretary 

Ebeuezer Moore, Treasurer. 
Rev. Jonathan Goodwin,^ 

James Davis, J 

Nicholas Branch, ^Trustees* 

Daniel Putnam, 

Wiiiiam Bjnlicy. J 



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CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY, 



Hon.. John Cotton Smith, President. 
■12 3n. Jedediafr Huntington, New-London, \ 
kev. Samuel ftott, Franklin, f Vice- 

Kev. Lyman Beecher, Litchfield, / President?! 

Rev. Samuel Merwin, New-Haven, J 

Henry Hudson, Hartford, Secretary, 
Joseph Rogers, Hartford, Treasurer. 

Samuel Pitkin, esq. East-Hartford, 1 

Rev. Abel Flint, Hartford, 

Rev. Henry A- Rowland, Windsor, j 

Jtev% Calvin Cbapin, d.d. Wethersfield, n . . 

Jchabod L. Sinner, esq. Hartford > rSSSSf 

Rev. Samnfel Goodrich, Berlin, I ^ ommi ^^ 

3lev. Noah Porter, Farming-ton, 

Kev. Joab Brace, Wethersfield, ; 

Daniel Wadsworth, esq. Hartford. J 

Rev. Abel Flint, general agent for purchasing ami distri- 
buting Bibles, to whom applications for Bibles %e to be 
made. 

There were distributed from the first of May 1816, to tha 
first of May 13T, by thi3 Society, 'M05 Bibles, and from its 
organization in lSO f J, to May 1817, it had distributed l8,L5;v> 
Bibles, and 195 Testaments. 

Annual meeting at Hartford the second Thursday of* 
Jlfciy, at 8 o'clock, A. M. 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE AND COMMON" PRAYER BOOS 
SOCIETY. 
His Honor, Jonathrm Ingersol!, President. 
Kev Philo She! ton, { rr , „ , . 
Elij.li BMrdnran, esq. \ hcc '*««*«»; 
Andrew Kidston, esn Treasurer, 
Rev. Harry Crosswe!!, Recording Secretary, 
Charles B Fhelps,.csq. Corresponding Secretory* 



97 

Uev. Tillotson Bronson, D. D. "^ 

llev. Daniel Burnhaus, ' 

Rev. Roger Searle, I 

Hurrage Beach, esq. /'Directors. 

Hon. Asa Chapman, j 

Nathan Smith, esq. I 

Samuel Tudor, jun. esq. J 
Mr. William M'Craekati, Auditor, 

THE HARTFORD EVANGELICAL TRACf 
SOCIETY. 

Daniel Wads worth, esq President. 
Rev. Elisha Cushman, Vice President. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasuyer. 
Wm, W. Lllsworth, esq Secretary. 
Deac. ThomaS Tileston, "* 
Deac. Josiah Beckwith, 
Jeremiah Brown, \. Committee, 

Henry Hudson, 
James R, Wood bridge. 



MINISTERS' ANNUITY SOCIETY. 

(Incorporated May, 1814 ) 

The object of this societ) is to provide annuities for the 
tvidows and children of deceased Ministers. The Society 
Is to meet annually in Hartford the second Thursday of 
May, at 4 o'clock, P. Hi 

Officers of the Society. 

Rev. Abel Flint, President. 

Mev. Elijah Waterman, Vice-President. 

Kev. Thomas Robbins, Secretary. 

Andrew Kihgsbun es.~ I'l^eusur 

Rev. Thomas Hob bins, 

Rev. SnuiJiiel Bartlett, 

Rev, WTTWaiB L. Strong \ Direcio 

Rev. Joshua L Willi .»ns, 

Rev. Hub bill Loomis, 

Rev. Abel Flint, Audiwr. 



unit 

} 
> 



98 

THE DOMESTIC MISSIONARY SOCIETY 

for Connecticut and vicinity, 

Timothy Stiljman, Wethcrsfield, *| 

Timothy Dwiglif, Xewllaven, j 

Stephen Peck, New Loudon, 

Matthew Marvin, Wilton, < 

Richard Hubbard, Middletovvn, 

John Hall, esq Fj line-ton, l r,. 

Rev. Abel Flint, Hartford, 

Rev. Samuel Merwin, New-Haven, 

Rev. Abel M'Ewen, New- London, 

Rev. Lyman Beecher, Litchfield, 

Rev. Daniel Dow, Thompson, 

Matthew M Dutton, Stratford, J 

Rev Nathaniel W Taylor, New-Haven, Secretary 

George Spencer, Hartford, Treasurer. 

Russell Bur.ce, Hartford, Auditor* 

— — oooo— - 

THE CONNECTICUT ASYLUM, 

for the Education and Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb 
persons. 
(Incorporated May, 18 16) 
Hon. John Cottc n Smith,, President* 
John Caldwell, esq. ^ 

Mason F. Cogswell, M. Dv | 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, esq. i 
Daniel Wadswoith, etq. \ Tr . „ .. 

Rev. Abel Flint, H ice- Presidents. 

Charles Sigous ney, esq. 
David Porter, esq. I 

Joseph Uattell, esq. J 

Ward Wood bridge, ^ 

Joseph Trumbull, esq. I 

Henry Hudson, 

Daniel Black, i 

Jona'han Law, esq. I - . _. 

Samuel Tudor, jr. h^nual D-ector*. 

,1 hn Kuss, esq. 

William Kly, I *' 

Christopher Colt, } 

David Watkiuson, J 



99 

James H. Wells, Treasurer. 

Wm. W. Ellsworth, esq. Secretary 

Rev Thomas il Gallaudef, Principal Instructor. 

Mr. Laurent CI ere, Assistant. 

The uu tuber of Pupils in the Asylum is about 30. Dec. ISIT. 

OFFICERS 

Of the Charitable Society for the Education of indigent pi- 
ous young men, for the Ministry of the Gospel. 

Hon. Tapping Reeve, President. 
Rev. Samuel Mervrin, Vict- President. 
Uev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, Secretary. 

Stephen Twining, esq- Treasurer. 

Charles Sherman, esq. Auditor. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 
HARTFORD. 

lion* Jo is at ix an Brace, esq. Mayor* 

Aller:ne.i. 

John Morgrm, i John Caldwell 

Jonathan '\V. Edwards | I homas Day, esquires.. 
Jcremiaii Brown, esq. City Clerk- 
William Whitman, esq Clerk of City Court. 
Walter Mitchell, esq. City Attorney. 
William Ely, Azor Hatch, Sheriffs. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
William Ely, Collector. 
Elisha Colt, esq. Auditor of Oily Accounts. 
Common- Council Men. 
Jacob Sargeant, Jam«s Ward, Peter Thatcher, Enoch 
Perkins, Thomas S. Williams, Thomas Bull, Michael Ol- 
toit, John VI Gannett, William Ely, Joseph I'i umbui!, 
James H. Wells, David Porter. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, last Monday in March. 



100 
NEW-HAVEN. 

Hon. ElIXUr Goodrich, Mayor. 

Jildet men, 

Henry Daggett [ Eleazer Foster 

Joseph Darling \ Stephen Twining, esquires, 

Elisha Munscn, esq. City Clerk. 

Nathan Beers, esq Treasurer. 

John H. Lynde, esq. Clerk of City Court. 

Leonard E. Wales, esq City Attorney. 

Johii Skinner, Erastus Osborn, City Sheriffs, 

Common- Council Men, 

James Hillhouse, llezekiab Hotchkiss, Thaddcus Beech- 

er, Utzek»ah Howe, Daniel Reed, Henry Daggett, jr. Setli 

V. Staples, LaW.. Smith, Nathan Peck," Leonard E Wales. 

City Court held the first Tuesday of each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June. 



NEW-LONDON. 
Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Elias Perkins | William P« Cleaveland 

Lyman Law I Samuel Green, esquires. 

Guy Richards, esq. Treasurer. 
William F. Brainard, esq. Clerk of City Court. 
David Coit, esq. City Clerk. 
Hezekiah Goddard, Nathaniel Hempsted, Sheriffs. 
Common- Council Men. 
Thaddcus Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, Freder- 
ick Miner, Edward Hallam, Dai iel Chapman. 

City Court kid on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, second Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 

Hon. Calvin Goddard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Elisha Tracy J Erastus Huntington 

Simeon Thomas j Roger Huntington, esquires. 

James Lanman, esq. City Attorney. 

James Stedman, esq. Treasurer, Clerk, and Clerk of City 

( ' Court. 



1UL 

Shubael Breed, Augustus Lathrop, SherilTs. 
Common CouncH Jllen. 
Gerard F. Carpenter, Nathaniel I'ownsend, Joseph W- 
Tracey, Joseph Huntington, John J)e Witt, Newcomb Kin- 
ney. 
City Court held on the second Monday in cadi month. 
Annual Meeting, the third Monday In April. 



MIDDLETOWN, 

Hon. Asher Miller, Mayor. 
Jildcrmen. 
William Plumbs j Kbenezer Sage 

Nehemiah Hubbard \ Jacob Sebor, esquires. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of City Court. 
Asahel Loomis, Harvey Tread way, Sheriffs. 
Comm o n - Co until Me n . 
Seth Paddock, Chauncey Whittelsey, Nathan Starr, jr. 
John Alsop, Henry Lyman, Henry Uarringlon, Stephen 
Uaincy, Charles Brewer, Augustus Cook, Thomas Miner, jr. 
Jsaac Bacon, Samuel Cooper. 

City Court held on the second Tuesday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, third Monday in January. 

STONINGTON BOROUGH. 

Samuel F. Denisoj?, esq. Warden. 

Hurg esses. 
Nathaniel Palmer, jr. George Hubbard, Amos Denison, 
Benjamin F. Painter, Reuben Chesebroigh, Gurdon Trum- 
bull, Harris Pendleton, Jonathan Pendleton. 
Thomas Swan, Clerk. 
Giles li Hallam, Treasurer. 
Enoch S. Che c through, Bailiff. 



BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 

Lambert Lock wood, esq. Warden. 
Jhirgesses* 
Samuel Burr, Abijah Hawley, Wm. Deforest, Isaac Bur* 
rough, Jesse Sterling, Richard Hyde. 

Reuben Tweedy, Treasurer. 

Matthew Curtis, Bailiff. 

#Cjyfrmj8 S. Smith; Clerk* 



1VZ 

GUILFORD BOROUGH. 

Joel Griff inc, esq Warden. 
Burgesses. 
William Todd, Reuben Aleot, Thomas Burgis, Jonathan 
Bishop, Abraham Cone, William spencer. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 



HARTFORD. 

3ohn Caldwell, esq President. 
William W. Ellsworth esq Secretary. 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Flias Shlpman, esq President. 
John Shipman, esq Secretary. 



MIDDLF^TOWN. 

Ebenezer Sage, esq. President. 
Cham icey Whiitel ey, esq Secretary. 



NEW-LONDON. 

i 

Jared Starr, esq. President. 
David Coit, esq. Secretary. 
7)irectors.-~ Jared Starr, Elisha Denison, Jonathan Starr, 
1 lias Perkins, Samuel H nil bat, Edward Ifallam, Jacob 1», 
Hurley, Coddiugton Billings, Stephen Peck. 



NORWICH. 

Thomas Lathrop, esq. President. 
Samuel Tyler, esq. Secretary. 
Directors — Thomas Lathrop, Benjamin Coit, Cushing 
Kelts, Augustus Perkins, Daniel 1 athrop, Samuel Tyler, 
Jesse Breed, Joseph H. Strong, Cahio Gcddard. 



103 
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

HARTFORD, 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Walter Mitchell, esq Secretary. 
Directors — Nathaniel Terry, Nathan id Patten, Daniel 
Tuck, .lames H. Wells, Henry Hudson, Eiisba CVJt, Kd- 
v.ard VTatkuisOD, Roswell Bartholomew, Elipha!et Terry. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Isnac Tomliuson, esq President. 

John II. Lynde, e^q Secretary. 

Henry R. Pynchon, esq. Treasurer 

Directors. — Isaac Tpmlinson, John Kicoll, Titus Street, 

Nathan Smith, Nathaniel Bacon, Andrew Kidston, Charles 

Denison, William Bristol, Joel Walter. 



JMIDDLETOWN 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. President. 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. Secretary. 
Directors — Elijah Hubbard, John It. Watkinson, Jospph 
W. Alsop, Samuel Gill, Henry Carrington, Daniel Rand, 
Josiah Vi iSliams. 



NORWICH. 

Ehenezer Huntington, esq. Treasurer. 

Joseph Williams, esq Secretary. 

J)irecror8-~ 2fkl'hafiiel Shipmsn, Erastus Huntington, 

Charles P. Huntington, Hezekiali Perkins, .K?se Breed, 

Luther Spalding Daniel L 0>it, Benjamin Coil, .lames 

Stedman. 

At New-London. — Nicoll Fosdiek. Jacob B. Gurley, and 
Anthony Thatcher, esquires, agents. 

-~mxm O •■*■' 

UNION COMPANY. 

[incorporated in October, 1800. J 
^ For the purpose of removing ohstruc - . ions to UiOiavi^a- 
tion in Connecticut River, from Haitford to the Sound. 



itH 
Capital Stock g8O,OC0, and may be increased to §120,000. 
Nathaniel Terry, e9q. President. 
Directors — Nathaniel Terry, Moses Try on, jr. David 
Watkinson. 

Eiisha Co!t # esq. Treasurer and Clerk. 
Annual meeting for the choice of oncers in the month 
of May, on such day as the directors shall appoint, of which 
they are to give reasonable notice. 



NORWICH CHANNEL COMPANY. 

Simeon Breed, esq. President, 
.lesse 15reed,esq. Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors — Simeon Breed, Augustus Perkins, Benjamin 
Coit, Benjamin Snow, John L. Buswell. 

BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, esq President. 
Horace Burr* Cashier. 
Directors. — John Caldwell, George Goodwin, Nathaniel 
Terry, Andrew Kingsbury, David Watkinson, James H. 
Wells, James Ward, Channcey Beming-, William H. Im- 
lay, Henry L. Ellsworth, Eliphalet Tev\ y, Henry Hudson. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders^ 2d Thursday of June. 
Discount days, Monday* and Thursdays. Notes for dis- 
count to be lodged before fl o'clock on those days. 

PHOENIX RANK. 

(Incorporated May, ]8I4) 

Capital 1,000,000 Dollars, 

PRINCIPAL PAXK AT HARTFORD. 

Norman. i Kno\, esq. President. 

George i>each, Cashier. 

T)<rrrtir$. — Norflaarfd Knox, D.nid Porter, F.liphalet Av- 

eri'd Thomas I\. Hrace, Russell Dnnce, Daniel Buck, Mo- 

sea Tiyon, jun. .Michael Olcott, t ?ohti T, Tttcrs, Thomas 

Ihy, Jeremiah Brown, 



Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fiidsys. ■ 
Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Benjamin Tallmadge, esq. President, 
James Butler, Cashier. 
Directors. — Benjamin Tallmadge, Seth P. Keers, Joseph 
Battell, Ithamar Canfield, Henry Wadswortb, William Bu- 
ell, Jabez W. Huntington. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday »n Sept 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

iEneas Monson, jun. esq. President, 
II. H. Pynohon, Cashier. 
Directors — JEneas Monson, jr. David Daggett, Titus 
Street, Frederick Hunt, John Nicoll, Thaddeus Beecher, 
Dyer White, Abraham Bradley, jr. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders first Thursday of Julyl 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of busi- 
ness, from 10 o'clock A. M. 'to 3 o'clock P. M. 



EAGLE BANK OF NEW-HAVEN. 

Simeon Baldwin, esq. President. 
George Hoadly, Cashier. 
Director*.-* Simeon Baldwin, Wm. W. Woolsey, Eli 
Whitney, Charles Denison, James Goodrich, Abraham Bish- 
op, Elias Shipman, Abraham Bradley, jr. Jehiel Forbes. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, third Tuesday in July. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hours of 
business, from 10 o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock, P. M. 



UNION BANK NEW-UJNDON. 

Jedediah Huntington, esq. President. 
Robert Hallam, Cashier. 
Directors —Jedediah Huntington, Bela Peck, George 
Hallam, Daniel Lathrop, Jonathan Starr, Joseph Perkins, 
Lyman Law, Guy Richards, John Hallam, Jonathan Starr, 
jr. Thomas H. Gushing, Nathaniel Matson, Ezra Lee. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of June. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. and from 2 to 4, P. M, 



106 

KEW.LONDON BANK. 

Flisha Denison, esq President. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 
Directors — Fdisba Denison, Elias Perkins, FdwaTd Chap- 
pell, Isaac Thompson, William Williams, Jacoh B Gurley, 
J^.mes Lewis, William P, Cleaveland, Coddington Billings' 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday ot July. 
Days cf Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 to 12 o'clock", A. M and from 2 to 4, P. M. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Eberezer Huntington, esq President* 
Ilezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

■Directors — Ebenezer Huntington, Thomas Lathrop, Smi- 
■con Breed, Jabez Huntington, John L Busv.el!, Roger Bulk- 
!<y, Zacbariah Huntington, Dwight Ripley Charles P. Hun- 
tington, Berjamin Coit, Joseph Huntington, Asa Fitch, An- 
drew Perkins. 

Annual Eneetiag of Stockholders, third Monday of June. 

Days for Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays Hours of bu- 
siness from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. and from 2 to 4, P. M. 



fcllDDDETOWN BANK. 

Xvehemiah Hubbard, esq. President. 
Timothy Southmayd, Cashier. 
Directors •— Nehemiah Hubbard, F.ltjub Hubbard, John 
R. Watkinscn, Joseph W. Alsop, Samuel Gill, \\ illiam C. 
Ha'l, Samuel Ma' her, Joseph Hubbard. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of Jan. 
Days for Disccunt, Tuesdays and Fridays, at noon. Hours 
of business, from 9 to 12, A. Al. ami from 2 to 4, P. M. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Bronson, esq President. 
George Hayt, Cashier. 
Directors— Isaac Brcnson, Elijah Board man, John S. 
Cannon, Fbenezer Jesup, Salmon Huhbell, lizra Gregory, 
Jesup Wrkeman, W if Ham Peet, David Minot 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday of Ju'y, 



107 

CONNECTICUT BR\NCH OF THE UNITED 
STATES' BANK. 

(Located at Middletown.) 
Samuel W.Dana, esq. President. 
Arthur W. Magill, Cashier. 
Directors —Samuel \V. Dana, John Hinsdale, Josinh Sav- 
af»c, Joshua Stow, Elijah Boardman, Abraham Bishop, Na- 
thaniel iyteii, Nathan Starr, jr Henry Carrir.gton, Enoch 
Parsons, \Villiaii. YanDuerscn, Simeon Ncrlh, l.paphrodi- 
lus Champion. 

INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS. 
Hen. Elizur Goodrich, Inspector General. 

Deputy Inspectors of Beef and Pork. 
Efcekiel Williams, jr. esq. for Hartford county. 
Dyer White, esej lor New Haven county. 
Shuhael Breed, e=q. for New jpondoa county. 
Samuel Rowland, esq for Fail fie id county. 
John Parith, esq for Windham county. 
.lames Morris, esq. for Litchfield county. 
John Bliss, esq for Tolland county. 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS OF FISH. 
For J\eiu- London and Middlesex Counties. 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq. | Shubael Breed, esq. 



TURNPIKE ROADS. 

«~» eow— . 

Comm'rs. Barnes of Roads. Capt. Stock, 

Hartford and New- Haven 
STiubatl Griswold, Jena. E. Porter 79,342 

Granny 
Enoch Perkins, Roger Hooker 8,529 

Fairfield, Weston and Redding 
Samuel Rowland, Daniel IV Cooke 1,966 

Ousatonick 
Timothy Shepard, Park Brown 10,240 

New- Haven and Derby 
Nathaniel Rossiter, Jon*. E, Porter 9,474 



loa 

Commiss'rs. J\ ames ef Roads. QapU Stoch, 

Oxford 
Jonathan E. Porter, Nathaniel Rosseter 4,217 

New-London and Lyme 
Matthew Griswold, Rogjer Hulkley 13,S39 

Rimmon Falls 
Jonathan E. Porter, Nathaniel Rosseter 9,351 

Fai'mington River 
Aaron Austin, Jeremiah W. Phelps 1 1,339 

Green Woods 
Aaron Austin Jeremiah VV. Phelps 19,508 

Canaan and Litehfiel4 
Aaron Austin, Jeremiah W. Phelps 10,686 

Cheshire 
Aaron Austin, Nathaniel Rosseter 23,427 

Straits 
Nathaniel Rosseter, John U Landon 17,798 

Litchfield and Harwington 
Uriel Holmes, Dan NT Brinsmade 5,517 

Litchfield and New-MUford 
Uriel Holmes, Uxn S. Briasmade 4,603 

Farming ton and Bristol 
Enoch Perkins, linger Hooker 15,402 

Boston 
Ebenezer Huntington Shubael Gmwold 20,3 [7 

Hartford and Tolland 

Aaron Austin, John Caldwell 9,566 

Windham ami Coventry 

Ebenezer Huntington, Shubael Griswold 8,749 

East-Maddam and Colchester 

Matthew Griswold, Joel Fjote 6,'238 

Brd'jep^rt and Newtown 
Samuel Rowland Daniel B. Cooke 22,903 

Somers and Woochtook 
Lemuel Ingals, Jabez Clark 20,01 S 

Dar.hury and TCidgeiield 
Samuel Rowland, Daniel \\ Cooke 1,923 

Tolland County 
Lemuel Ingals, Jabez Clark , 12,021 

Norwidk and Danbury 
Samuel Rowland, Daniel B Cooke 2,879 

New-Preston 
Uriel Holmes, Dan X. Brinsmade 5,49$ 



109 

Commiu'rs. Nurnes of Roads, Capt. Slock 

Torrington 
Uriel Holmes, Dan N. Brinsraade 12,006 

Norwich and Woodstock 
Ebenczer Huntingdon, tfela Peck *9,303 

Tall colt Mountain 
Shubael Griswold, Horace Hgley 13,574 

Hebron and Middle Haddam, 
Roger Bulkley, John H. Wells 8,232 

Connecticut and Rhode- Island 
Ebenezer Huntington, shubael Griswold 12,05l 

Salisbury and Canaan 
Aaron Austin, Jeremiah VV. Phelps C,005 

Middle Turnpike 
Asa Chapman, Aaron Benedict 24, 525 

New London and Windham 
Ebenczer Hwuingtsn, Wm T. Williams 5_,2 U 24 

Hartford and New- Loudon 
Epaphi\>:litus Champion, Daniel Watrous 39,363 

Connecticut Turnpike 
pa&iel B, Cooke, Samnel ttowland 36,345 

Middlesex 
Shubael Griswold, John Caldwell 18,088 

Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New London Counties 
Ebeneior Huntington Wm. T. Williams 6,f'54 

Stafford Mineral Spring 
Aaron Austin John Caldwell 50,570 

New- Haven and Mi! ford 
Kathaniel Rr^seter, Jonathan E. Porter 14,646 

Woodst-.ck and Thompson 
Kfeenezer Huntington, Shubael Griswold 5^631 

Windham and Mansfield 
Jibeaezer Huntington, Henry Webb 16,217 

Goshen and Sharon 
Aaron Austin, Jeremiah W- Phelps 16,363 

Columbia 
Jloger Bulkleyjohn H. Wells 7,663 

Colchester and N&rw ich 

Jloger Buljtley, David DemiHg 6,i73 

Waterburv Hiver 

39,511 



no 

Commissars* Names ©/ Roach* Capt. Stock. 

Sharon and Cornwall 
Aaron Austin, Daniel N. Brinsmads 3,563 

Middletown and Meriden 
John Caldwell, Shubael Griswold 7,3G4 

Washington 
Uriel Holmes, John R. Landon 5,6-25 

Middletown and Berlin 
Seth Overton % Shubael Gris-wold 1 4,050 

Warren 
Aaron Austin, Jerembh W. Phelps ,243 

Colchester and Chatham 
Seth Overton, John Parmelee 9,086 

Thompson 
Ebenezer Huntington, Shubael Griswold 8,S22 

Chatham and Marlborough 
Eiiphalet Holmes, Roger Buikley 9/)£6 

Hartland 
Aaron Austin, Horace Higley ■ 

Durham and East Guilford' 
Charles Coe, lchabod L. Skinner — 

Kiliingworth and Haddam 
Roger Bu'kley, Asa Bigelow ■ 

Middletown, Durham and N ew*Haven 
Nat haniel Rosseter, Charles Coe ■ <■ * 

Southing, ton and Waterbury 
John Kingsbury, John Mix, Kben Huntington — 

Pomfret and Kiilingly 
Ebenezer Huntington, Shubael Griswold 3,73 

Mohegan, from New-London to Norwich 
Jared Starr, D wight Ripley, Lyman Law — 

Haddam and Durham 
Roger Bulkley, Asa Bigelow ■ ■ 

Still River 
Aaron Austin, Jeremiah W. Phelps . . . 

Washington Bridge 

Nathaniel Rosseter 30,210 

Hartford Bridge 



Niantiek Bridge 
Matthew Griswold, Daniel H. Caulkins 
Uaw ley's Toll-Bridge 



9f>,29 
3*947 



Hi 

Bridgeport JSiirige 
Samuel Rowland, David Burr, Samuel W. Johnson ■■■ 

Middietown Ferry 
lehabod L. Skinner, David Churchill ■ 

Say brook. Ferry 
Jirah Isharn, Nicholl Fusdick, W. W. ilaughton ■• 

Union Company 
E. Champion, Roger Whittlesey, Laban Smitlv ■ 

Cornwall and Washington 
Aaron Auslin, Jeremiah W. Phelps 18,700 

Chester and North Killingworth 
Uriel Holmes, Selden Warner. ■ 



Amount of the GRAND LIST, the Population, the 
number of Representatives, in the General Assem- 
bly, and the number of Jurors to be chosen in 
the several towns in this Slate. 



HARTFORD COUNT V. 





Lkt. P 


otfuLition. 


Rep. 


Jurors 


Hartford 


g 140,685 


1 6,003 


2 


IS 


Berlin, 


62,161 


2,793 


2 


8 


Bristol, 


23,421 


1,42.3 


I 


6 


Burlington, 


25,645 


1,467 


1 


f> 


Canton, 


27,540 


1,374 


1 


a 


East- Hartford j 


61,077 


3,240 


2 


li 


East-Wiadsor, 


76,628 


3,08 1 


2 


14 


Enfield 


4-2,576 


1,816 


2 


11 


Farmington, 


71,842 


2,748 


2 


14 


Glastenbury, 


50,832 


2,765 


2 


13 


Gran by, 


45,8 50 


2,696 


2 


10 


Hartland, 


27,052 


1,284 


2 


8 


Mari borough. 


19,952 


720 


1 


5 


Sirasbury, 


54,003 


1,966 


a 


7 


South ington, 


43,.>09 


1,807 


it 


II 


SuffiVld, 


52,821 


2,630 


2 




WethersfieU, 


67,027 


3,9*1 


2 


21 


Windsor, 


58.067 


2,868 


2 


13 



$229,825 4i,732 32 



112 





NEW-HAVEN CQUfi 


rTY. 






List. 


Population. 


Rep. 


Jtirar$. 


New-Haven 


Si 32,964 


6,967 


2 


20 


Bran ford, 


54,739 


1,932 


2 


20 


Cheshire, 


53,514 


'2,288 


2 


12 


Derby, 


31,307 


2,051 


1 


12 


East- Haven, 


22,694 


1,209 


1 


8 


Guilford, 


83/288 


3,845 


2 


8 


llaraden, 


36,806 


1,716 


1 


8 


Meriden, 


27*4*5 


1,249 


1 


8 


Middlebury, 


1 8,920 


847 


1 


8 


Milford, 


54,320 


2,674 


2 


20 


North-Haven, 


26,975 


1,239 


1 


8 


Oxford, 


35,020 


1 ,453 


1 


8 


South bury, 


40,225 


1,413 


1 


12 


Wallingford, 


54,827 


•2,325 


2 


20 


Waterbury, 


53,625 


2,874 


2 


12 


Wood bridge 


49,013 


2,080 


2 


12 


Wolcott, 


18,504 


1)52 

37,054 


1 

25 


8 




g?92,825 








'■ ,<*.**''■' 








NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 






List. 


Population. 


l!?p- 


Jurors 


New-London 


, 42,6 i 8 


3,SK8 


2 


15 


Bozrah, 


24,647 


£60 


1 


6 


Colchester, 


70,887 


2,097 


2 


15 


Franklin, 


30,287 


1,161 


1 


8 


Griswold, 


41,909 





1 


9 


Groton, 


71,5^,6 


4,451 


2 


16 


Lisbon, 


£9,932 


1,123 


1 


8 


Lyme, 


7L888 


4,321 


2 


SO 


IVlor.tville, 


48,338 


2,187 


1 


8 


Norwich, 


64,306 


3,558 


2 


15 


N. Stonington 


, 46,350 


2,524 


2 


10 


Preston, 


40,428 


3,284* 


o 


9 


Stonington, 


46,896 


3,o43 


2 


8 


Waterford, 


33,931 


2,165 
34,707 


1 
22 


f 


§663,033 





'Including CriswoM. 



113 



Fairfield, 

Danburv, 

Broekfield, 

Greenwich, 

Huntington, 

New Canaan, 

New-Fan field, 

Newtown, 

Norwalk, 

Keriding, 

Kidgefield, 

Sherman, 

Stratford, 

Stamford, 

Trumbull, 

Weston, 

Wilton, 



FAIRF 
List. 
890,085 
74,556 
27,0S9 
86,416 
50,187 
36,948 
19,128 
67,6u9 
53/231 
48,979 
55,357 
2-2,168 
54,197 
91,668 
25,Hi0 
57,551 
39,239 



IELD COUNTY. 
Population, Rep. 
4, 1 35 2 



3,606 
1,037 
3,533 
2,770 
1,599 

772 
2,83 i 
2,983 
1,717 
2,103 

949 
2,895 
4,440 
1,241 
2,6,8 
1,728 



2 
2 
1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
2 

1 
2 
2 

1 
2 



Jnrov&. 

13 

12 

6 

10 

9 

8 

8 

12 

8 

10 

10 

10 

10 

5 

8 

6 





£889,503 


40,950 


28 






WINDHAM COUNTY 


. 






List. 


Population. 


Pep. 


Jurors 


Windham, 


§62,683 


2,4 i6 


% 2> 


12 


Ash ford, 


57,031 


2,532 


2 


12 


Brooklyn, 


32,783 


1,200 


1 


8 


Canterbury, 


44,259 


1,812 


2 


12 


Columbia, 


22,228 


834 


1 


5 


Hampton, 


37,740 


1/274 


1 


8 


KiMngly, 


4.7,201 


2,542 


2 


8 


Lebanon, 


67,949 


2,580 


2 


12 


Mansfield, 


62,750 


2,570 


2 


12 


Plainfield, 


$8,204 


1,738 


2 


12 


Vorafret, 


55,')77 


1,905 


2 


10 


Sterling, 


19,766 


1,101 


1 


7 


Thompson, 


63,796 


%U)7 


2 


7 


Vol uptown, 


2i,li0 


1,016 


1 


7 


"Woodstock, 


62,028 


2,658 


8 


& 



§094,593 21,611 

8 



114 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 





List. 


Population. 


Hep. 


Jurors, 


Litchfield, 


889,799 


4,639 


2 


14 


Bark hemps ted 


, 26,978 


1,506 


2 


7 


Bethlem, 


27.000 


1,118 


1 


7 


Canaan, 


46,878 


2,203 


2 


10 


Colebrook, 


26,447 


1,243 


2 


7 


Cornwall, 


37.5:59 


1,602 


2 


10 


Goshen, 


45,840 


1,641 


2 


10 


Harwington, 


36,648 


1,718 


2 


8 


Kent, 


35, 967 


1,794 


1 


6 


New- Hartford, 


31,434 


1,507 


2 


8 


New-Milford, 


74,857 


3,537 


2 


12 


Norfolk, 


32,103 


1,441 


2 


8 


Plymouth, 


39,215 


1,882 


1 


7 


Koxbury, 


25,833 


1,217 


1 


7 


Salisbury, 


51,626 


2,321 


2 


10 


Aharon, 


55,503 


2,606 


2 


10 


Torrington, 


40,886 


1,586 


2 


8 


Warren, 


21,440 


1,096 


1 


7 


Washington, 


42,360 


1,575 


2 


8 


Watertown, 


38,338 


1,714 


1 


7 


Winchester, 


33,858 


1,466 


2 


7 


Woodbury, 


42,246 


1,963 


2 


7 



18902,865 41,375 



38 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



List. 


Population. 


Hep. 


Jurors 


Mid dletown,!§] 13,896 


5,382 


2 


28 


Haddam, 40,57 1 


2,205 


2 


17 


Chatham, 53.556 


3,258 


2 


17 


Durham, 27,826 


1,101 


2 


12 


Rits&Haddam, 52,75 1 


2,537 


2 


20 


Killmgworth, 52,751 


2,244 


2 


17 


bay brook, 75,857 


3,926 


2 


20 



.9-8 30.728 



115 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 





hist. 


Population. 


Hep. 


Juror 


Tolland, 


g.37,335 


1,610 


2 


14 


iolton, 


17,274 


700 


I 


8 


Coventry, 


52,833 


1,938 


2 


12 


Ellington, 


34,529 


1,344 


I 


10 


iebron, 


54,569 


2,002 


2 


12 


Jomers, 


31,434 


1,240 


2 


12 


Stafford, 


39,293 


2/23- 


2 


12 


Union, 


17*7|2 


752 


2 


8 


Vernon, 


27,444 


827 


1 


8 


Wellington, 


2rt,^76 


1,161 


2 


12 



S 339/200 13,770 17 

Grand Levy of 

the State, g5,6M,6o2 
Aggregate population 

of the State, 261,942. 

Whole number of Representatives, 201. 



AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, 

FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. 



Hon. John Tread well, esq. President. 

Rev. Samuel Spring, d. d. Vice-President. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. d. Recording Secretary. 

Rev. Samuel Worcester, d-d. Corresponding Secretary, 

Jeremiah Evarts, esq. Treasurer. 

Chester Adams, esq, Auditor. 

The Vice President, 

The Corresponding Secretary, f The prudential 

The Treasurer, ( Committee* 

Rev. Jcdediah Morse, d. d. 



!The pntde 
Cmnmitt 



AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, 
lion. Elias Boudinot, President. 



116 

Hon. J> hn Jay, "^ ^ 

Matthew Clarkson, 
lion. Smith Thompson, 
Hon, John Langdon, 
Hon. Ca'eb Strong, 
Hon. Wiiliam day, 
Hon. John C. Smith, | 

His Ex. Jonas Galusha, j 

His Ex. Willbm Jones, 
His Ex. Isaac Shelby, 

George Madison, Esq. y . Pmi/Ipnf9 

Hon. William Tilghman, \Vice~l residents* 

Hon. Bushrod Washington, \ 
"William Wirt, esq. 
Hon, Charles C Pinekney, I 
Hon. William Gaston, 
His Ex Thomas Worthington, f 
Hon. Thomas Posey, | 

Hon. James Brown, I 

John Bolton. Esq. | 

Hon. Felix Grundy, 
Kobert Oliver, esq. ,' 

Joseph Nourse, Esq. J 

Kev. John M. Mason, d» d» Secretary for Foreign Cor* 
■res[>ondence. 

Kev. John B. Romeyn, d. d. Secretary for Domestic Cor- 
respondence. 

Kichard Varick, esq. Treasurer, 

COLLEGES, kc. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 
(founded, 1700.) 

Hey. Jeremiah Day, LLP. President, and Professor of Math' 

etnatichs, and JSatural Philosophy. 
Benjamin Sillunan, a. m Professor oj Chemistry and •Min- 
eralogy. 
James L. Kingsley, A. m Professor of Languages and 
'Ecclesiastical History, 



"Rev. Eleafcer T. Fitch, a m. Professor of Divinity. 
|Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, a.m Professor of Oratory and 

Rhetorick. 

{(Alexander M. Fisher, a m. Adjunct Professor of Mathe- 

maiic/cs, and Natural Philosophy. 

Vacant, Projessor of Law. 

FELLOWS. 



I'Rev. John Marsh, d d. 
Andrew Lee, t>- d. 
Joseph Strong, d.d. 
Lienoni Upson, d d. 
Amos Basset, d d. 



Rev. John Elliott 
Peter Starr 
Elijah Parsons 
Isaac Lewis, d d. 
William to. Ripley. 



The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and six senior mem- 
bers of the Council, together with the President and the 
foregoing Fellows, constitute the Corporation. 
TUTORS. 

JElisha Mitchell, a.m. j William T Dwight, a.m 

' Frederick Morgan, a.m. Joseph I). Wickham, a.b. 

Hubbard Rockwell, a.b. | Horace Hooker, a.b. 

Hon. James Hillhouse, Treasurer, 
Nathan Beers, Steward 
Randolph Stone, a b. Butler. 
The qualifications tor admission into the Freshman Cass, 
are as follows: The whole of the Greek Testament ; the 
whole of Virgil; Cicero's ten Select Orations; Sallust ; 
DalzePs Groeca Minora ; Adams' Latin Grammar, includ- 
ing Prosody ; Goodrich's edition of tfachenberg's Greek 
Grammar; Clark's Introduction; and Arithmetiek. And 
the candidate must be fourteen years old. In all cases testi- 
monials of character are required. 

Commencement — l 2d Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — From commencement six weeks; from the 
2d Wednesday of January, tiiree weeks; and from the 
Wednesday before the second Thursday in May, three 
weeks. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 6T. 

THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION OF YALE COLLEGE. 

JEneas Monson, m.b. Professor of Materia Medicaand 
Mot any, 



Nathan Sgnfth, M.i>. Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic, Surgery and Obstetricks. 

Eli Ives m.d. Adjunct Professor of JYluteria Medico, and 
Botany, 

Benjamin Sillimap, A.m. Professor of Chemistry and PJiar* 
macy. 

Jonathan Knight, A.m. Professor of Anatomy and Phisiol* 
##• 

The Lectures in this Institution, commence on the last 
Monday in October, and continue through the ensuing five 
months. 

The courses are as follows: Anatom} 7 and Phisiology, by 
Dr. Knight; Theory and Practice and Surgery, by Dr. 
Smith, who will hereafter lecture exclusively in this Institu- 
tion ; Materia Medica, and Botany, by Dr. Ives ; Chemis- 
Iry and ^Pharmacy, by Professor Sillionan. The Students 
have access also to the Lectures on Natural Philosophy, 
and on Mineralogy and Geology, which are delivered in the 
College. A private course of Ledures on Obstetricks is giv- 
en The elements of Botany are illustrated by Paintings, 
and dried specimens of the Plants necessary for this pur- 
pose. 

The Students have access to the Academical as well as the 
Medical Library, There is a respectable Anatomical Mu- 
seum, and every demonstration which is needed in that de- 
partment, is given. The fees which are five dollars for 
Matriculation, and 12 dol'n rs fifty cents for each ©f the cour- 
ses, are to be paid in advance. 

The entire expense of a five months" residence, through 
the courses, including fees and all expenses, except books 
and clothing, is from ]50tn>200 dollars, according to the 
greater or less ceconoroy of the individual. 



OFFICERS OF THE ALPHA OF CONNECTICUT. 

James L. Kingsley, esq. President. 

Samuel Hitchcock, esq. Vice-President. 

Roger S. Baldwin, esq. Corresponding Secretary. 






ALPHA OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

T-Ioti. .fobn Q. Adams, ll.d President. 

Professor Sidney Willard, Vice-President. 

Andrews Norton, A m. Secretary. 

Professor Levi Hedge, Treasurer. 

ALPHA OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Hon. William H. Woodward, President; 

Henry Hutchinson, esq. Vice-President. 

Thomas 1. Murdock, a.m. Corresponding Secretary. 

On application from Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 
an Jtipliu has lately been established in that Institution, to be 
called The Mpha of the State of 'l/Vem -York / of which the 
Hon. James Kent, ll.d. the Rev. Andrew Yates, d.d. and 
the Rev, John Chester, are, by charter, constituted mem- 
bers. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

, Rev. Tillotson Rronson, d b. Principal- 

Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of Languages* 
Burrage Beach, esq. Treasurer and Secretary. 
Anniversary — First Wednesday of October. 
Vacations — From the second Wednesday of April, four 
weeks, and from the first Wednesday of October, four 
weeks. 



BACON ACADEMY COLCHESTER. 

John Witter, AM. Preceptor. 
Vacations — From the first Wednesday in September, 
three weeks ; from the first Wednesday in January, two 
weeks ; and from the first Wednesday in M&y. two weeks, 



HARVARDhUNJVERSITY, (MASS ) 

(Founded A.I). 1636 ) 

Rev. John Thornton Kirtland r> d lld President. 

Aaron Dexter, m d. Erving J^rofessor of Chemistry and 

Materia Mtdh'it, Emeritus. 



120 

WiHiam D. Peck, m.d. Mass. Professor JSatural History. 

Rev. Henry Ware, d d. Mollis. Professor of Theology. 

Hon. Isaac Parker, ll.d Royal Professor of Law. 

Levi Hedge, a.m. College Prof. Log. Metaph. and Ethics. 

Rev. John 8 Pepin, d.d. College Prof, of Greek. 
Rev. Joseph M'Kean, ll.d* Boylston Prof Rheto. and Ora. 
Sidney Wiilard, a m. Hancock Professor Hebrew, and oth- 
er Orient. Lang, and Eng. Lang. 
James Jackson, m.d. Hersey Prof Thee, and Prac, Med. 
John C Warren, m.d, Hersey Prof. JJnat. and Surgery. 
John Gorham, m. d. Adjunct Prof Chem. and Mat. Med. 
Levi Frisbie, a.m. College Prof. Lat. 
John Farrar. A m Mollis. Prof Math, and JYat. Phil. 

Rev. Edward Everett, a.m. Prof Greek Literat. 
Andrew Norton, a.m. Librarian and Dexter Lecturer. 
Jacob Bigelow, m.d. Lecturer Mat. Med. and Hot. 
Waiter Channing, m d. Lecturer Obstetric. 
Jared Sparks, a m. Tut. Geom. JS/at. Phil, and Elam. As- 
tronomy. 
Sa.muel Gilmon, a m. Tnto** of the same and Registrar. 

John Rrpzer, a m Tut. Lat. 
Commencement — Last Wednesday in August. 
Vacations- From Commencement, four weeks; ftam the 
fourth Wednesday in December, seven weeks ; and from 
the third Wednesday in May, two weeks. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, — . 



WILLIAMS' COLLEGE, (MASS.) 

(Incorporated June 22, 1793.) 

R^v. Zephaniah Swift Moore, d d. President. 
Ilev. Alvin Hyde, d d. Vice- J'r 'evident. 
Vacant, Professor of Law and Civil Polity. 
Chester Dewev, am Projessor of Mathematics and JVat<> 
t/rai PJiilo:<ophy^ and Lecturer on Chemistry. 
Ebenezer Kellogg, am Professor of Lajiguages. 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations — First, three weeks from Commencement.— 
Second, seven weeks from the 4th Wednesday in December. 
Third, three weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 7. 



121 
BOWDOIN COLLEGE, 

AT BRUNSWICK, (me.) 

(Incorporated June 24, 1794.) 

Rev. Jesse Appleton, d.d. President, 

John Abbot, a.m. Professor of Latin and Greek Lan- 

guages. 
Parker Cleaveland, a.m. a a s. Professor of Mathematics 

and JVat. Phil, and Lee. on Chemist, and Min. 
Rev. William Jenks, a.m. Professor of the Oriental Lan- 
guages, and of English Language. 
Commencement— First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations — First, 4 weeks from Commencement. Sec- 
ond, 6 weeks from the first Wednesday in January. Third,, 
3 weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 

Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, — 
■o © o> 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, (R. I.) 

(Incorporated I7G4.) 
Rev. Asa Messer, d d. li-.d President. 
Hon. David Howell, ll d Professor of Lata. 
Rev. Calvin Park, a.m. Professor of Moral Philosophy 

and Metaphysics. 
Tristam Burges, esq. Professor of Oratory and Belle- 

Lettres. 
William Tngalls, m.d. Professor of Jlnatomy and Surgery. 
Solomon Brown, m.d Professor of Materia Medica> and 

Botany. 
Levi Wheaton, m d. Professor of the Theory and Practice 

of Physic. 
John De Wolf, jr. a.m Professor of Chemistry. 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations-— First, three weeks from Commencement.-— 
Second, eight weeks from the last Wednesday in Decem- 
ber. Third, two weeks from the third Wednesday in 
May* 
Number of Graduates at the last commencement, 25. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, (N.H.) 

(Founded in 1769.) 
Rev, Francis Brown, d,d. President. 



122 

, w ~>8weil SliUrtieff, A.M. Professor of Divinity. 
Ebenezer Adams, esq. a.m. 7 J rofessorofJllaihe?naticsand 

J\a t uru I Philosophy. 
Gyrus Perkins, m.d Professor of Anatomy and Surgery. 
Kev. James Murdock, a.m. Professor ofljdtin, Greek and 

Hebrew languages. 
Vacant Professor of the Theory, arid Practice of Physic 

and Materia iMedica. 
Daniel Oliver m.d. Lecturer on Chemistry. 

Cemmencement*—Yo\\Y\\\ Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — First, 4 1-2 weeks from Commencement.— * 
Second, 8 12 weeks from the first Monday in January. 
JKumber of Graduates at the last Commencement, 39. 

08OO-— 

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. 

IN ANDOVER, 
(Founded A.D. 1807.) 
Board of Trustees.— Rev. FJiphalet Pearson, i,l d. Pres- 
ident. Hon. Oliver Wendell, esq. Vice-President. Mark 
Newman, esq Clerk* Samuel Farras, esq. Treasurer. — 
Kev. Jedediah Morse, d.d. Hon. John Phillips, of Boston. 
Hon. John Phillips, ofAndover. Hon. Josiah Quincy.— 
Kev. Daniel Dana, d.o. Rev. Abel Holmes, d.d. John 
Adams, a m. Mr. Samuel H. Walley. 

Board of Visitors. — William Bartlett, esq. President. — 
Kev. Samuel Spring, d. d. Secretary. Moses Brown* sq. 
Hon. George Bliss, esq. 

PROFESSORS, 
Kev. Ebenezer Porter, dd. Bartlet Professor of Sacred 

Rhetoric. 
Kev. Leonard Woods, d d Abbot Professor of Christian 

Theology. 
Kev, Moses Stuart, a m. Assoc. Professor of Sacred Liter- 
ature. 
Vacatio?is.~-Y)r$t f 6 weeks from the Thursday following 
the 1st Wednesday in May. 

Second, 8 weeks from the Thursday following the fourth 
Wednesday in. September 

Public examination, 4lh Wednesday in September. 
Uegular time of admitting Students, at the beginning of 
the winter term, 



123 
MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 

(Incorporated Nov. 1800.) 
Rev. Joshua Bates, a.m. President. 
Hon. Daniel Chipman, jll.d Professor of Laiv. 
Frederick Hall, a a.s c.a s. n.y. p.s &c. Professor of 

Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 
Jlev. John Hongh, am. Professor of Divinity. 
Reuben I). Mussey, MP. Professor of Chemistry. 
Joe! 11. Linsey, esq. Professor of Languages. 

Commencement. — Third Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — First, three weeks from Commencement.— 
Second, 10 weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, IS* 

UNION" COLLEGE, AT SCHENECTADY. 

(N Y.) 

Rev. FJiphaJet Nott, d.d. Provident. 
Rev. Andrew Yates, d.d. Professor of jlloral Philosophy 

and Logic. 
Thomas M'Auley, am. Professor of .Mathematics ant 

Natural Philosophy 
Thomas C. Browne U, Professor of the Belle Lettres anc 

Chemistry. 
Pierre Gregoire Reynard, Professor of French Language. 
Commencement —Fourth Wednesday of Juiy. 
Vacations — First, from Commencement, seven weeks — 
Secowd, in December 3 weels. Third, in April 3 weeks. 

HAMILTON COLLEGE, IN ONEIDA 
COUNTY, (N. Y.) 

(Incorporated in 1812) 
Rev. Henry Davis, d.d. President. 

Seth Norton, a.m. "Professor of Latin and Greek Langua< 

ges. 
Josiah Noyes, m d . Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy 

arid Lecturer on JVatural Philosophy. 
Theodore Strong, a.m. Projessor of Mathematics. 
Commencement-— Third Wednesday in September. 



124 

Vacations. — First, from Commencement six weeks. Se- 
cond, from the first Wednesday in February, 3 weeks.— 
Third, from the third Wednesday in May, 4 weeks. 

Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 14. 



AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND 
SCIENCES. 

Edward H. Holyoke, m d. President. 
Rev. John T. Kirtland, d.d. ll.d. Vice-President, 

Hon. George Cabot, ^ 

Rev. John Lathrop, d.d. 

Caleb Gannett, esq. 

Hon. John Davis, ll d. j 

Rev. James Freeman, d.d. } Councillors. 

Aaron Djxter, m d. [ 

Hon. Thomas Dawes, j 

Rev. Henry Ware, d.d. 

Charles Buifinch, esq 

Wm. D Peck. Prof JYat His. J 

John Farrar, Prof Math Recording Secretary. 

Hon. Josiah Quincey, Corresponding Secretary. 

Thomas L Winthrop, esq Treasurer. 

John C Warren, M.p Vice-Treasurer. 

liev. Dr. Lathrop, ldbraria?u 
John G orb am, m.d. Cabinet Keeper. 
Rev. Dr. Kirtland, ?J 

Hon. Nathan'l Bowditch, ll d. i 

Professor Farrar, r Committee ofPubli- 

Rev. Dr. Freeman, j cation. 

Professor Willard, J 

Annual meeting at Boston, May 30th. 



CONNECTICUT 

ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

(Incorporated October 1799.) 
Rev. Jeremiah Day, ll.d. President* 



I 



r Vice-Vresijents. 
J 

i 

r Councillors. 



125 

His Ex. Oliver Wolcott, ll.d. 
Hon. John Cotton Smith, ll.d. 
Gen. David Humphreys, ll.d. 
Hon. James Hillhouse, 
His Honor Jona. lngersoll, ll.d. 
George Gibbs, esq. 

Hon John Trumbull, 
Hon. Simeon Baldwin, 
Hon David Daggett, 
Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d.d. 
Hon. Roger M. Sherman, J 

Enoch Perkins, esq. ) 

Nathan Smith, m.d. > Corresponding Sec'rs. 

liev. Elijah Waterman. } 
Professor A. M. Fisher, Recording Secretary, 
Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer. 
President Da)', ) 

Professor Silliman, > Committee of Publications. 
Professor Kingsley, S 
Annual meeting 4th Tuesday of October. 
Professor A- M. Fisher, 1st Orator, and Samuel J. Hitch- 
cock, esq. '2d Orator, at the next annual meeting. 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, 

Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

O.I.Jabez \V Huntington, J Mds . derCamp . 
Col. James Bubcock, ^ * 

HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, 

Lieutenant-General. 
Major Roger S. Baldwin. I >». . » /r»«.i 
Major Charles A. lngersoll, y A 

Major-General Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant-General. 
Major Henry Hudson, # «,. . , n A 

M 3 jor Wolcott Huntington, ( -**i*-C*>*. 



126 

Col. Michael Olcott, Quarter-Master General. 

Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 

Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master-General. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 



AT HARTFORD. 

horse. Daniel Buck, Major Commandant 
1st Company. Barzillai D. Buck, 1st Lieutenant 

Robert W. Ramsdell, 2d Lieutenant 
Charles Green leaf, Cornet 
foot. Richard E Goodwin, Major-Commandant 
1st Company, Phylo Hilly er, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 
James M. Goodwin, 2d Lieutenant 
Samuel Church, 3d Lieutenant 
George Beach, 4th Lieutenant 
Caleb Goodwin, Ensign. 



AT NEW-HAVEN. 

horse. Enos A.. IVescott, Major Commandant 
2d Company, Samuel Newton, jr. 1st Lieutenant 

Edwin E. Lewis, 2d Lieutenant 

Henry Huggins, Cornet 
toot. Ezekiel Hotchkiss, Major Commandant - 
*'? Company. Wm. B Wallace, Capt and 1st Lieut. 

Win. C. Atwater, 2d Lieutenant 

Daniel Brown, 2d, 3d Lieutenant 

Silas Ford, 4th Lieutenant 

Joel Mattoon, Ensign. 

INFANTRY. 
FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 
Levi Lusk, eso. Major General. 






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George Plumraer, esq. Division Inspector 
Selh J North, esq. Division Quarter-Master 
Sa.rn.el J. Hitchcock, esq. } Akh . de . Caw[) . 
Jedediah Dcming, esq. $ r 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the first, sixth, fourteenth, and seventeenth reg- 
iments. 
Martin Kellog, jun. esq. Brigadier-General. 
Theodore Pease, Brigade-Major and Inspector 
Barzillai Hudson, jun Brigade Quarter-Master 
Joseph Wright, Aid-dc-Camp 



FiRST REGIMENT. 

Formed from Hartford, (excepting the society of West- 
Hartford) Windsor, (excepting such part thereof as lies 
within the society of Turkey Hills,) East-Hartford, East- 
Windsor, that part of Farmington, and that part of Simsbu- 
ry which lies within the society of Wintonbury. 
James Loomis Colonel 
Vacant, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Robert T. Mather, Major 
Charles Babcock, Adjutant 
Thomas Robb'ns, Chaplain 
James Bidwell, Quarter-Master 
Joseph M. Merrow, Pay Master 
James E. Hart, Surgeon 
David Be mis, Surgeou's-Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Wm.Wadsworth,2d.Joho N. Humphrey Edward Goodwin 
Giles Ellsworth Henry Loomis Augustus Drake 

Martin Rockwell Ebenezer Gibbs Vacant 
Vacant Joseph P. Jones Anson Porter 

Ireneos Brown Pierpont Hollister Hanan Cooiey 

John F. Waters Erastus Barber Elijah Filley 
Charles 8. Phelps Henry Osborne Asahel Loomis 
John Palmer David Holcomb Avery Parsons 

Flank Companies. 
Stephen Heath Clark Mackintosh Horatio Nobles 
William Johnson Dyer Whue Thomas Dudd 



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SIXTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfield, GIa9tenbury, 

and the soeiety of Worthington, in Berlin. 

Josiah Sage, Colonel 

James Sellew, Lieut. Colonel 

Edmund Bulkley, Major 

Asher Robbins, Adjutant 

Chauncey A Goodrich, Chaplain 

Edwin YVilliams, Quarter-Master 

Roderick Grimes, Pay-Master 

Wm Tulley, Surgeon 
Wm. Gilbert, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

George Crane Simeon Churchill Sylvester Havens 

Robert Johnson Selah North John Rogers 

Noah Tryon Chaun Strickland 

Austin Robbins William Robbins 
Isaac Webber NathM Boardman 

Aaron C Sears Bela Coe 
Walter Hale George Covell 

Joseph Galpin jr. Freeman Howard 

Flunk Companies. 
Thomas Sill George W. Bull 

Joseph Camp Simeon Stoddard 



James Alger 
Wm. Butler 
Joseph Williams 
Fan child Camp 
Asahel Hollister 
George Hart 

Barzillai Sage 
Josiah W. Bristol 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Farmington, (excepting such part thereof 
as lies within the society of Wintonbury,) Burlington, Bris. 
tol, Southington, the society of West- Hartford, and Berlin, 
excepting the society of Worthington. 

George Cowles, Colonel 

Moses Goodman, jr. Lieut. Colone! 

Timothy Cowles, Major 

Mark Thompson, Adjutant 

Noah Porter, Chaplain 

James K. Camp, Quarter- Master 

Vacant, Pay- Master 

Titus Merriniau, Surgeon 

Vacant, Surgeon's Mate 



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Captains. Lieutenants Ensigns. 

Samuel Dickinson Edward Whitman Adna Hart 
Isaac Botsford Richard Cowles Norman Winchel 

Joseph Wright, 2d John Clark Benjamin Slater 

Abner Bailey Leicester CarringtonDaniel Hil! 

Isaac Shepard Theodore Byington Cromwell Newell 

David Selclcn Samuel Hurlbut,2d George Flagg 

Thad.L. Thompson Sidney Porter Francis Woodruff 

Abraham Petlibone Joseph S. Peck Vacant 

Flank Companies. 
Mark Thompson John Thomspon,jr.Richard Cowles 
Philo Barnes Chester Grannis Koot Gridley 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Suffield, Granby, Simsbury, (excepting sr» 
much thereof as lies within the society of YVintonhury,) that 
part of Windsor, which lies within the society of Turkey* 
Hills, and Canton, excepting such part thereof as formerly 
belonged to New-Hartford. 

Arnold P. Humphreys, Colonel 
esse P. Holcomb, Lieut. Colonel 
Ezra Adams, jr. Major 
Nathaniel Pratt, Adjutant 
Allen M'Lean, Chaplain 
Vacant, Quarter-Master 
Gabriel Lewis, Pay-Master 
Benjamin Weed, jr. Surgeon 
William Everitt, Surgeon's-Mate 
Captains. Lieutenants Ensigns 

James Cornish Asa Cornish Nathan Case 

David Bement Alfred Sikes Samuel Cobb 

Dudley Humphreys Stephen Case ( Linus Moses 
V/aker Thrall Charles Buck ' Lot Thompson 

Ralph Dyer Asahel Bliss Harvey Gri9woM 

Apollos Phelps Jonathan M. Vietz Vacant 
James Uuggins, jr. Joab Griffin, jr. Ardcn Holcomb 
John Vietzjr. Moses Tibbits Elizur Benjamin 

Fltink Companies* 
Samuel Norris Roswell Adams Salmon Ensign 

Isaac Phelps, jr. Leewian Keeri. Allen C!ems«tS 

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SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the second, seventh, tenth, and twenty-second 

regiments. 

John Brain ard, 2d esq. Brigadier-General. 

Arnold H. Hayden, Brigade-Major and Inspector 

Joshua L'Hommedieu, xVid-de-Carop 

LarmaniT. Clark, Brigade Quarter-Master 



SECOND REGIMENT. 
Formed from New-Haven, East-Haven, Milford, Derby, 
Oxford, and the society of Amity, in Woodbridge. 
Elisha Punderson, Colonel 
David Jackson, Lieut. Colonel 
• Stephen B. Ford, Major 
Truman Coe, Adjutant 
'Erastus Scranton, Chaplain 
Isaac Beers. Quarter-Master 
Grindley Harrison, Pay-Master 
Pearl Crafts, Surgeon 
Samuel Punderson, jr. Surgeon's-Mate 
Captains Lieutenants. Ensigvs 

Isaac Mix Eber K. Potter John Hempsted 

Andrew Beard jr. Eiiakim Bostford Wm. Smith, Jr. 
Eli Gilbert Grindley Harrison Eli Beecher 

Lewis Reeroer Joseph H. Riggs Jared Johnson 
James Thompson Elias Bradley Asahel Smith 

Horace Candee Divine Chatfield F.ncs Candee 
Asa Basaett, Ezekiel Gilbert Bennet Lum 

Kuymond Baldwin Andrew Clark Vacant 

Flank Companies. 
Nathaniel Smith Nathan Piatt Wm. Piatt 

Dennis Kimberly Stephen E. Maltby George J. WhiiiBg 

SEVENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Durham, KiUirigworih, Say brook and Had- 
dam, excepting that part thereof which lies on the east side 
©f Connecticut River. 

Joseph Shipmao, Colonel 

Ohadiah Platts, Lieut Colonel 

William Ingham, Major 

Samuel Sitliman, Adjutant 






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Aaron Hovey, Chaplain 
Joseph Shipman, 2d. Qaarter- Master 
Ansel Piatt, Pay- Master 
Andrew F. Warner, Surgeon 
Ezra J. Mather, Surgeon's mate 
Captains Lieutenants iSnsigtu 

Benjamin Dowd Richard Chalker Gile» Blague, jr. 
Aaron Brainerd Thomas Shaler Daniel Ventress 
Nath'l Wilcox William Pratt Leonard Davis 

lchabod Gamp Timothy Coe, jr. Jabez Bailev 

Amasa Hayden George Reed Julius Pratt 

Aaron Bushnell,2d Lamson Redfield William H. Lay 
Samuel Celt Joseph Shipman,<2d Gideon Parker 

Sylvester Bramard Sylvester Hubbard Stephen Burr 

Flank Companies* 
George Buell Leet Jiurd Silas Carter 

Seiden Huntington Chauncey Child. Gurdou Walkky 

tent!h regiment. 
Formed from Guilford, Branford, North-Haven and WaU 
lingford. 

Jere;r.iatr-*ParmeIee, Colonel 

William Marks, Lieut. Colonel 

John B. Chittenden, Major 

Anson Foot, Adjutant 
Wdliam F. Vaiil, Chaplain 
Frederick Lewis, Quarter* Master 
Amos Seward, Pav-MaUer 
Lyman Packer, Sui geon 
W 7 i!loughby L. Lay, Surge imVMate 
Captains lieutenants blnsigns* 

David Parmelee George A. Foote Nathanl. R. Landoti 
WilliamTodd William Mix . Burr Walker 

Chandler Barker Wm. R. Johnson Noah Baldwin 
,K:gi2 Brockett Pierpont Brookett Andrew Pierpont 

Hubbard Graves Achilles VVUiaid Vacant 
Jason Page Dennis Tallmadge Jason Page 

Joseph Chidsey Cyrus Benton Erastus Dudley 

Joaiah Cohan Anson Field David Dudley 

Flank Companies. 
Wm. Hart Joseph Parmelee,jr, George Hart 

Caleb Cook, jr. Asaph Hall John B. Johnson 



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TWENTY -SECOND REGIMENT. 

Formed from Waterbuty, tVolcott, Cheshire, Meride£ t 

Hamden, and the society of iiethany, in Woodbridge. 

Thaddeus Street, Colonel 

James Brown, Lieut. Colonel 

Bela Welton, Major 

Moses Pond, jr. Adjutant 

John Kees, Chaplain 

Win, A. Peck, Quarter Master 

Gideon M. Hotchkiss, Pay-Master 

Ambrose Ives Surgeon 
John Cornwell, SurgeonVMate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Bela Welton Pliny Sheldon Ransom Scovill 

Thomas D. Moss William Peck John Poster 

Lyman Collins Samuel Yale Levi Yale 

Levi Wooster Ashbel Stephens Chester Beebe 

Gideon M.HotehkissSamnel Castle Orren Hotchkiss 

Nathan Nettletoh Ailing Thomas Edm. A. Wooding 

Leverett Tuttle Fez. Brocket, 3d. Abm.Dickerman,ji«, 

Flar, k (Jo mpanie s, 

James Brown Samuel Root Anson Perry 

Elbert Benhara Jacob Robinson Stephen Tuttle 

$ECONn~DIVISlQjY. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades 

Jirah Iskam, esq Major-General 

[ Col. George L. Perkins, Diyisian Inspector. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the third, eighth, eighteenth, and twentieth 

regiments. 

William Williams, jua. esq. Bridadier General 

John W. Hull, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Erastus 1'. Smith, Quarter-Master 

William C^Gillman, Aid-de-Camp 



THIRD REGIMENT. 
Formed frcm New-Leudon, Waterford, Lyme, Montvilltf, 



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die society of Millmgfou in East-Haddam, and the 90clety 
of NewSalem in Colchester. 

Wm Moore, Colonel 
Increase Wilson, Lieut Colonel 
Samuel C. Selden, Major 
Lathrop Rockwell, Chaplain 
Benjamin Brown, Quarter- M aster 
William Noyes, Pay-Master 
Dyer T. Brainard, Surgeon 
Leander Utley, SurgeonVMate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns* 

John Prentiss Ezra Beckwith Solomon Rogers, j*r 

Sylvester ChampionJohn Anderson Charles W. Waist 
Orlando Raymond Guy Dolbear John G. YVhaley 

Joseph A. Smith Absa. Beckwith, jr. Cha. W. Strickland 
ElishaCaulkins Daniel Byrne Lodowick Beebe 

John C.Ely Ab'mE. Perkiri3 Ramsey Reeve 

Avery Morgan Richard Tiffany Horace Miller 
Lyman Fargo Griswold Avery Gurdon Chappell 

Flank Csmpunies. 
Thomas S. Badet Joseph C. Sistare Ebenezer Prentiss 
Samuel C. Selden Samuel S. Warner William Spence 
HobartEstabrook.jrNathan Griftin Keia Anderson 



EIGHTH REGIMENT, 
Formed from Groton, Stonington, North- Stonington and 
Voluntown. 

Nathan Pendleton, Colonel 
Stephen Billings, Lieut. Colonel 
Daniel Carr, Major 
Nathan Smith, Adjutant 
Ira Mart, Chaplain 
Samuel Chipman, Quarter- Master 
John O- Miner, jr. Pay-Master 
William Lord, Surgeon 
Thomas T. Wells, Surgeon's Mate 
'Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Daniel Prink Francis Am^ Charles A' Smith 

Jonathan Pish Henry Hardin Koawell Farker 

Cyrus Swan Hosea Grant Apple* Woodward 

Daniel Scraaton John Tilllnghait Gtorge Bas^U 



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Jacob Gallup Roswell Aliens Abel Allyn 

Daniel Bendy Perez Wheeler Joseph Sehot field 

Joshua Brbwtt, 3d Ezra Hewitt Henry Grant 

Joseph D. Mason Daniel Mason Isaac Denison 

Flank Companies. 

Ezra Daboll Asa Park Jasper Latham 

Daniel Carr Gideon Chapman Benj. Peabody, jr. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Griswoldj Lis- 
bon, Lebanon and Pfresloru 

Stephen 1). Allyn, Colonel 
Jiar.es Clark, jr, Lieut Colonel 
Pattl llarvev, Major. 
Nathaniel Gilbert, Adjutant 
Levi Wilson, Chaplain 
Thomas H. Wilson, Quarter Master 
Silas Chnmpiin, Pay Master 
Reuben Burg-is, Surgeon 
Erasmus Downer, Snrgeon's-Mate 
Ccptaiiis JJeti tenants Ensigns. 

Hrastus Coit Nalh'l G4ibett Asa I? oath 

Breed Brown Barton D. Kimball James Cook 

Brewster Lee Chester Lamb Bezaleel .Buel 

Stephen Traccy James Bailey Park Avery 

Joseph Board-man Bartlett Holmes Nehemiah Spencer 
Jtruben Bishop Daniel Chutes Alanson Fuller 

Eph> Benjamin Joseph Harvey Jabez Scholes 

Guy Hough William Ketley William L. Crocker 

Flank Companies. 
Charles French Daniel Carpenter Eph. Pitcher 
John Johnson jr. Joseph Tildea Timothy Loomis 



TWFNTIETIT REGIMENT. 
Formed from Chatham, Colchester, (excepting the soci- 
ety at Kevv-Salem.) Eas.t-Maddr.rn, (excepting the society 
of MjHmgiUm,) {lehron, Ma»-mom«gh,»ar.d that part of iiad- 
<I«m which lies on the east side of Connecticut river. 
Jeremiah Tajlnr, Colonel 
Cm Bigelowj Lieut Colonel 
Nathaniel Aiaikham, jr. Maj;;E* 



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Nathaniel C. Smith, Adjutant 

David B. Ripley, Chaplain 

Charles Hurd, Quarter-Master 

Cornelius Sheperd, jun. Pay-Master 

Lzckiel VV. Parsons, Surgeon 
Daniel E. Watrous, SargeonVMate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns , 

Ozias Holmes Azariah Smith Jehiel Anna hie 

George Clark Sylvester Monger Henry J. Strong 

Thomas Selden, jr. Simeon Seiden Jacob Tucker 

Mosely Talcott KaJph Lord A?a Dunham 

Asa Smith Geo. B. Chapman .Tedediah Hal! 

Joseph Staples Orren Staples Keuben Watrous 

Olmstead Gates Nath'I G. Cone Kellogg; Strong 
Samuel Talcott Oliver Wilcox Diodate Post 

Flank Companies. 
EHzur Abby Philip Sage Jesse Hurd, jr. 

Pierce Darrow Levi Collins Is&ac Latham. 

FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fifth, eleventh, nineteenth, and twenty third 

regimen tj. 

John Salter, esq* Brigadier General, 

Fearing Swift, Brigade Inspector 

Jonathan A. Welch, Aid decamp. 

George Swift, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



FTFTH REGIMENT. 
"Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, Brook- 
lyn, Plainfield, Sterling, and the south society in Killing]}'. 
David Young, Colonel 
George W. Gordon, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Andrew T. JuuVm, Major 
fJ\o return vf Staff. J 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

ITenry Huntington Jabe? U. Uobinson Luther Ashly 
Era^tus Lester David K'myon Ephralm Medbury 

Love'! Cady Joseph Prince David Pierce 

Daniel Tracey Khsha P. Smith .L-hn Wesb 

Ira Adams Benjamin Dnnlap Isaac Backus 

Jam €8 Abbott DanL Burnham, jr. Samuel F. Hinge 



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Lemuel Dorrance 
^imon Hutchins 

Harvey Fuller 



Seth W v . f Brown Joseph D. Kinyon 
Danl. Webb Aaron Rude 

Flank Companies* 
Samuel S. MoseleyHez. Hammond 



Nehe'h. Ensworth Festus Hyde Eben. Saucer 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thompson, 
and Kiliingly, excepting the south society, 
Jonathan May, Colonel 
Samuel Crawford, Lieutenant-Colonel 
olomon Sikes, Major 
fJVo reium of Staff. J 

Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jeremiah Fields George Sharpe 
George Bowen James Lyon 
Charles Buck Asa Alexander 

Zebedee Mitchel Edward Chase, jr. 
William Childs 
Jona. Ellis, jr. 
Larhrop Clark John Perrin 

Naihl. Newel Abijah Sessions, jr. 

Flank Companies. 
Win. Chamberlain James Wheaton, jr. 
Joseph ifcussell James Day 
Scarboro' Osgood P. P. Grosvenor 



Captains. 
Job Williams 
Wm. Lyon, 3d 
Wm. Alexaude 
Calvin Day 
Benjamin Bradford Luther Ransom 
Peyton H. Phipps Silas Joslin 
Dolphus Child 
Willartl Badger 



Closes Holmes 
Abm. Tourtclott 

George Sharpe 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Tolland, Enneid, Ellington, Stafford, Sooi: 
ors and Vernon. 

Amariah Kibbe, jr. Colonel 
Jabez King", Lieutenant Colonel 
John Kingsbury, Major 
fj\*o return of Staff J 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jonah Griswold, jr. Philip Parsons Horace Metcaif 

Roger Barber Nathan Charter 

Oliver Collins Horatio Kibbs 

Ah in Hyda Eli Hyde 

Luke Kibbe Calvin Hall 

Ulurk i-Oiter M S*>iUi 



Jeremiah Baker 
Richard Pease, jr# 

John Johnson 
Calvin Kibbe 

J usiah Kimball 



John A. Hall 
Jona. Johnson, jr. 

Lorain T. Pease 
Amos Harvey 
Elijah Whiton 



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Oliver H. King Curtis Cranft' 

A polios S pel man Joseph Johnson 

Flank Companies. 

Joseph Ingrahain Henry Thompsonv v 

liufus Leonard David Belcher 

Jeduthan I'auik Alfred Benton 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 
Formed fro.ni Ash ford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coventry j 
Bolton and Willington. 

Samuel West, jr. Colonel 
Daniel F. Hibbard, Lieutenant Colonel 
James White, Major 
fJ\"o return of Staff". J 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Simeon Allen, jr. Stephen Barrows Thomas Hough 
James White David Robertson 

Norman Little George Loom is 

Aaron Farmer Ebon Strong, jr. 

Philip Potter Asa Taylor 

Chester Daggett Aldan Baker 
Dyer Carpenter Elias Scarborough 
Asahel Kimbail Kzekiel Chapman 

Flank Companies. 
Peter Campbell Charles Harden Charles Thompson 
Amos Buarbee Nathan Preston Baraek Smith 



Martin Lyman 
George Little 
Sylvester Skinner 
Edward Ma icy 
Ebenezer Hunt 
Arrain Holies 
Abner Whiton 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth and sixth brigades. 
Llisha Sterling, Esq. Major-General 

fourthTbrigade. 

Comprising the fourth, ninth, fifteenth, and twenty-fourth 

regiments. 

Gcrs'iora Burr, esq Brigadier-General. 

Syivanus Sterling, Aid de Camp. 

-James B. Miuct, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Fairfield; Stratford, Trumbull, ami Hun* 
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Daniel Burritt, Colonel 
Lewis Fairchild, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Eli L. Hawley, Major 
Ira Sherman, Adjutant 
Ashbel Baldwin, Chaplain 
RosweJl Lewis, Quarter-Master 
Henry Burr, Pay-Master 
William B. Nash, Surgeon 
Jessup Aivord, Surgeon's Mate 
Seymour Whiting, Sergeant-Major 
Asa B. Heardsley, Quarter-Master Sergeant 
Captains. Lieutenants. ' Enpgns. 

Robert Knapp Azor Gsborn Ephraim Jenning 

Joseph S. Porter Josiah Gorham Samuel C Peck 
Burr Meeker Saml. T.Morehouse Lyman Banks 

Matthew Curtiss John Standish Robert Wilson 

Daniel Gould Peter Winton Elbert Banks- 

Stiles Judson, jr. James Wheeler John Pairchild 
Wm R. Edwards Samuel Thompson Rosweil Hyde 
Wm. Clark Wm. Richards Lynson Bostvviek 

Flank Companies. 
Elihu Reach Federal Brinsmade Simeon French 

Vacant Vacant Vacant 



NINTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Norwalk, Stamford and Greenwich. 
Ebenezer Mead, j»\ Colonel 
Charles Ban ford, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Seth Mead, Major 
Sylvester Johnson, Adjutant 
Isaac Lewis, d. d. Chaplain 
Obediah. Mend, Quarter-Master 
Theodore Davenport, Pay-Master 
Darius Mead, Surgeon 
Elisha Belcher, jr. Surgeon's Mate 
Captains. JAeulmaniv. Enstigns. 

Peter Smith, jr. John Selleck Horace Waterbury 

Noah Mead Pred. Lockwood Asahel P. Bailey 

Asa Benedict John Knapp .Ztr Gregory 

Samuel Gorham, jr Daniel Murray, jr. George Scribr.er 
Nathaniel Knapp Jonas Howe Benj. VV Lvon 

Hobby Beii Koswell Heed Charles Weed 



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George Reynolds Benjamin Smith, jr. Jacob Dayton 
IMiilo Weed Jacob Stephens, jr. Luther Weed 

Flank Companies* 
Smith Clawson Wm. M. Smith Vacant 
Jsrael Peck Jonas Mead Vacant 

FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Banbury, (excepting so much thereof as 13 
included in the society of Ridgcbury,) Newtown, New 
Milford, (excepting such part thereof as lies within the so- 
ciety of New Preston, Brookfield, New-Fairfield and Sher- 
man. 

Elias Starr, Colonel. 
Noah S. Barnum, Lieut. Colonel. 
Levi Hubbell, Major. 
Russell Hoyt, Adjutant. 
Daniel B urban s^ChapIahi. 
Angus Nicholson, Quarter- Master. 
Seth Andrews, Pay -Master* 
Russell Botsford, Surgeon. 
Vacant, Sugeou's-Mate. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

John Foot Eli Barnum Ralph Rider 

William Mygntt Justus Miles Gerardus Roberts 

Kiah B. Fairchild Wooster Peck Oliver Northrop 

John L. Andrews Stiles Wakely Lemuel Beebe 

Jesse Scudder Walter Chase Darius Hoyt 

Kzra Osborn Darius Bristol Luman Stevens 

William Giddiegs Vacant Vacant 

Levi Morris Castle Beits Vacant 

Flank Companies. 
Vacant Isaac Scudder R Blackman, jr. 

Horace HungerfordSamuel Giddings Williston Stewart 

TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Reading;', HidgefieW, including the whole 
society of Ridgebury, Weston, Wilton, and New-Canaan. 
William Beldeu, Colonel 
Ezra Benedict, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Benjamin A. Darling, Major 
(No return of Staff.) 



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Captains Lieutenants Ensign* 

David Dorsey Harvey Keeler Walter Dauchy 

William Dudley Ira Betts - Joseph Beiden 

Joseph Hawley, jr. Lemuel Adams Sturges Fantoo 

David Chichester Samuel Selk-ck Alfred Seeley 

Siliiman Godfrey Albert Lock wood Ebenezer Noyes 

Nehe. Kec-.ler, jr. Clark Benedict Daniel Lynus 

Joseph L Darling Bradford Winton Thomas Banks, jr. 

Vacant Fhineas Chapman William. Meeker 

Flank Companies. 

Samuel Smith Bradley Lee Lock wood Grfay 

Hez'h tit* John David Lockwood Samuel Hoyt 

James Prince Eii Adams Nathl. Siliimaa 

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SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the twelfth, thirteenth, sixteenth, and tweny 
ty-first regiments; 

liussel C. Abernathy r , Brigadier-General 
Joseph M. Bellamy, Brigade-Major and Inspector 
Laming Bradley, Aid de-Camp 
\Tra Leavitt, Brigade Quarter-Master 

TWELFTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Somhbury, Middiebury, tVatertown, 
Woodbury, Bethlem, Roxbury, Washington, sod so much 
of the towns of New-Miiford and Kent., as lie within the 
society of New- Preston. 

William French, Colonel 
Seymour Knapp, Lieut. Colonel 

Ctuiuncey Crafts, Major 
Bennett Blacfcfnan, Adjutant 
Bennett Tyler-, Chaplain 
Chester Hiird, Quarter- Master 
Orren Bills, Pay Master 
ConantCatlin, Surgeon 
Alston Leavensworth, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Asahel Mitchel Thomas Root Samuel Sherman 

Aaron Hicock Adam Lum, jr. Cyrus Mitchel 

Adam C. Casson Aimer Stiong Asahel Stilsou 

Harvey S;oiidar«l John PanSe, jr. Titus Foote 



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Daniel T. Mitchel Philo Clark Starr TiUis 

Biidsey Beardsley Ebenezer Evitts Samuel Averill 

Squire Hurlbtit Moses Squire Charles Thoma«, jrj 

Erastus Smith Stephen Stone Lamberton Munson 

Flank Companies 

Chauncey Crafts Judsou Blaekman John Brush 

Gamaliel Benham David Piatt Titus Pierce, jr. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT, 
formed from Canaan, Salisbury, Sharon, Cornwall, and 
Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within the society 
of New -Preston. 

John H. Pierce, Colonel 
Amos Hunt, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Stephen Bonney, Major 
Seabury Smith, Adjutant 
Pitkin Cowles, Chaplain 
Joel Beecher, Quarter-Master 
Augustus B. Swift, Pay-Master 
John Calhoun, Surgeon 
Perry Pratt, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensign? 

Salmon Pease William Pierce John fshtfttl 

Ira Eaton Barnabas Mutch John R Fuller 

Chesterfield King Silas A.Gray Wm. Taylor 

Abiel Chapiu John Russell, jr. Daniel Brewster 

Vacant Daniel Everiss, jr. Elisha B. Mallory 

Henry Post Asahel Beebe Charles Burrail, jr. 

Walter Johnson - Jared S. Harrison Amasa Grinell 
Erastus Lord Augustus B. Swift Benjamin Goff 

Flank Companies. 
David White Serenb B. GiSiet Lyman Mix 

Nathan Hart Jas Wadsworth, jr. Setb Pierce, jr. 

Saml. B. Davis Chauncey Reed Eliphalet Buel 
Elisha Skiff Silas Norton John M. Raymond 

SIXTEENTH REGIMENT^ 
Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Torrington, Harwmg- 
ton, Plymouth and Warren. 

Morris Woodruff, Colonel 
tmel Tuttie, Lieutenant-Colonel 



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Jeremiah Holt, Major 

Guy Wad hams, Adjutant 

Lyman Beech or, Chaplain 

Gay R. Sanfurd, Quarter-Master 

James Stone, Pay-Master 

Samuel Bueil, Surgeon 

Erastus L. Hart, Surgeon's Mate 

Homer Collins, Sergeant- Major 



Captains Lieutenants 

John T. Mansfield Normand Ruel 

Jonathan North Andrew Norton 

Robert H. Austin Lum an Bancroft 

Warren Loomis Moses Drake, jr 

Stephen Russell Samuel Wright 

Henry Whittlesey Wm. Gibbs, Jr. 



Luther Cook 
Dan Carter 

Ambrose Norton 
Ui'i Merwin 
David Fen a 



Peter M- Bissel 
Asahel Wedge 

Flank Companies 

David Marsh 
Anson Stocking 
Lyman Dunbar 



Ensigns 
Henry Whittlesey 
Levi Hills 
Eli Wilson, Jr. 
Rodney Brace 
Jon a. Wright, 2d 
William Rea 
Gris'd Woodward 
Augustus Coleman 

Eben. W. Bowles 
Israel Stoddard 
Miles Smith 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 
Formed from Norfolk, Colebrook, Barkhempsted, Hart- 
land, Winchester, New-Hartford, together with that part of 
Canton which formerly belonged to New -Hartford. 
Jasper Bidweil, Colonel 
Israel Williams, Lieut. Colonel 
William Goodwin, Major 
Ebenezer Coe, Adjutant 
James Beach, Chaplain, 
Lucius Clarke, Quarter-Master 
Elam Coe, Pay-Master 
Ames Beeper, Surgeon 
Lumau Wakefield, Surgeon's-Mate 



Captains 
Tra Beuham 
liethuel Bemaa 
Daniel Phelps 
Dravton .J on is 
Thomas Peny 



Lieutenants 
Elizur Curtiss 
Thomas Sugdea 
Fisk Beech 
Abiel Case 



Ensigns 
Horace Kellogg 
Anson Coe 
James Staanard 
Freeman M err it 



Augustus R. Pease Joseph Gay lord, 2d 



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NatV! Gaylord, jr. Fra Beech Abie] Beech 

Asa Bidweil Levi Hitchcock, jr. Abiel Bush 

Klizur tlitisclale Josiah Smith, jr. Elisha Smith 

Flunk Companies. 
Luther Phelps Henry Porter Hez. Wakefield 

Harry Cowlea Elisha Case Uitts Goodwin 

BRIGADE OF CAVALRY. 

Consists of five Uegiments of four Troops each, retained 

from the former eight regiments. 

Daniel B. Briusmade, esq. Brigadier-Gene rat 

Ralph H. Minman, Aidde Camp 

K!on Gleason, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Koyal J. Canfield, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Peter B. Gleason, Colonel 

Ep.tphras L. Phelps, Major 

Vacant, adjutant. Shubael Bartlett, chaplain. Benona 

StHes, jr. quarter-master. Jabez T. Taylor, pay-master. — 

John W. Hanchett, surgeon. Eliel D. Smith, surgeon's- 



mate. 

First Troop. 
Asaph Tuller, captain 
Joseph Pinney, 1st lieut. 
Erastus Graham, 2d lieut 
Miles Foot, cornet 

Second Troop. 
John Collins, captain 
Samuel Belcher 1st lieut 



Third Troop. 
Ffsrry Cogswell, captain 
Stephen Johnson, 1st lieut. 
John Lyon, 2d lieut. ■ 
Zulva Brown, cornet 

Fourth Tro p. 
Bela Bementj captain 
Jeremi Bliss, 1st lieut. 



Benoni Stiles, jr. 2d lieut. Erastus Gleason, ^d lieat. 

Elijah Alvord, cornet ' Salnuel Billings, jr. cornet 

SECOND REGIMENT. 
Formerly the 5th llcgiment. 
Eleazer Sweetkmd, Colonel 
Roger Bailey, Major 
Thomas M. Grosveuor, adjutant. Isaac Hoxey, quarter* 
roaster. Abel Gay, pay-master. Luther Manning, sur- 
geon. Samuel Simons, surgeon's- mate. 



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First Trcop. 
flu fas Burnham, captain 
John C< Howard, 1st lieut. 
Jotham Burnham, 2d iieut. 
Denison Grant, cornet 

Second Troop. 
Festus Baldwin, captain 
Alfred Hyde, 1st lieut. 
Walter Williams, 2d lieut. 
Samuel Hinckley » cornet 



Third Troop, 
Andrew Wells, captain 
Elan? Loomis, 1st lieut. 
Jahez Melcalf, 2d. 2d lieut. 
Jacob 2V1. C. Loomis, cornet 

Fourth Troop. 
Judah Lyon, captain 
Jacob Dresser, jun. 1st lieut. 
Nathan Williams, 2d lieut. 
Abiel Fox, cornet 



THIRD REGIMENT. 
, Formerly the sixth Regiment. 

Samuel Foote, Colonel 
James Shepard, Major 

Fhineas Lord, adjutant. Frederick Marsh, chaplain.—- 
Norman Merrills, quarter-master. 4mos Wilson, pay* 
roaster. Andrew Abernathy, surgeon. Elijah Woodward, 
surgeou's-mate. 



First Troop. 
Isaac Bartiett, captain 
Loring Bartiett, 1st lieut. 
Eiias t£. Joslin, 2d lieut. 
William Burt, cornet 
Second 'Troop* 
Elihu Moore, captain 
Amos Wilson, l*>t lieut. 
Jannah B. Phelps, 2d lieut. 
Myron Norton, cornet 



Third Troop. 
Hosea Hinsdale, captain 
Norman Merrill, Hi lieut. 
Truman Smith, 2d lieut. 
Daniel Burnham, cornet 

Fourth Troop. 
Ephraim H. Morse, captain 
Phineas Lord, 1st lieut. 
Jonathan Kosseterj 2d iieut. 
Charles Kilbourn, cornet 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Formerly the 7th Regiment. 

Martin Cowles, Colonel 

Ozem Woodruff, Major 

Richard Hubbard, adjutant. Joshua L. \yiHipms, chap- 
lain. Horace Soulhmayd, quarter master! James Cowley 
pay-master. Kcpt/anh:*h Swift*- surgeon. Vacant surgeon's* 
mate. 



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First Troop, 
Alpheus Shumway, captain 
Daniel Baton, lstlieut. 
Noadiah Rockwell, 2d lieut. 
Edward Stow, cornet 

Second Troop. 
Philemon Woodruff*, captain 
John A. Hart, lstlieut. 
Hillings Tisdale, 2d lieut. 
Dennis Rich, cornet 



Third Troop. 
Timothy H. Root, captain 
Sidney Wadsworth, 1st lieut. 
Noah L. Phelps, 2d lieut. 
Selah Mart, cornet 

Fourth Troop. 
Erastus Sage, captain 
Richard Wilcox, 1st. lieut. 
Peregrine Craig, 2d lieut. 
Wait Williams, cornet 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Formerly the 8th Regiment. 

Samuel Canfield, Colonel. 

John M'Mahon, Major. 

t)avid Punderson, Adjutant. Andrew Elliot, chaplain. 

I loyal J. Canfield, quarter master. Lemuel W. Benedict, 

pay-master. Warren R. Fowler, surgeon. Jehiel Wil- 



liams, surgeon's mate. 
First Troop. 
Russet PTickock, captain 
Ross Hinman, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Wheeler, 2d lieut, 
John Pierce, jr. cornet. 

Second Troop. 
Hugh Starr, captain 
Isaac H. Seeley, 1st lieut. 
Elias S. Sanford, 2d lieut. 
Ezra Wood, cornet 



Third Troop, 
Martin Pond, captain 
Drake Lock wood, 1st lieut. 
Tola Webster, 2d lieut. 
Vacant, cornet 

Fourth Troop. 
Uawley Morehouse, captain 
Orrin Bennet, 1st lieut. 
Shubael U. Cushman, 2d It. 
John G, Noble, cornet 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Consists of two regiments of Light Artillery, each regi- 
ment of three battalions, and each battalion of four compa- 
nies ; and three regiments of Horse Artillery, each regi- 
ment consisting of two battalions, and each battalion of two 
companies. 

David Deming, esq. Brigadier General. 

Nathaniel S. Woo<4bridge, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Uemy W. Woodbridge, Aid-de-Camp. 

Amheist' D. fcoviil, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

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HOUSE ARTILLERY. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 
George Hoadley, Colonel. 
Thaddeus Harrison, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Lyraan Atwater, Major. 
Edwin Porter, Adjutant. Augustus U. Street, Quarter- 
Master. Julius Maitby, Pay-Master. Vacant, Chaplain. 
Jonathan Knight, Surgeon. Vacant, SurgeonVMate. Jas- 
per Munroe, Sergeant-Major. Elizur Harrison, Quarter- 
Master-Sergeant. 



First Company. 
Lyman Atwater, captain 
])s Grasse Maitby, 1st lieut. 
Joel Augur, 2d lieut. 
Isaac Stiles, 3d lieut. 
Philo Harrison, 4th lieut. 
Kussel Linsley, cornet. 
Second Company. 
Russel Hall, captain 
Charles A. Stanly, 1st lieut. 
Thomas Hubbard, 2d lieut. 
Thaddeus Cooke, 3d lieut. 
John Field, jr. 4th lieut. 
Watrous Ives, cornet 



Third Company. 
David R. Baldwin, captaia 
Enoch W. Piatt, 1st lieut. 
Leveret Treat, 2d lieut. 
Newton Baldwin, 3d lieut. 
Elizur Hotchkiss, jr. 4th It. 
Leveret Carrington,jr. cornet 

Fourth Company. 
William Trowbridge, capt. 
Nathan Starr, jr. 1st lieut. 
Parsons Coe, 2d lieut. 
Vacant, 3d lieut. 
Vacant, 4th lieut. 
i Vacant, cornet 



SECOND REGIMENT. 
Stephen L. Avery, Colonel. 
Himry F. Lamb, Lieutenant-Colonef. 
Noah W. Pomeroy, Major. 
Oliver Hewett, Adjutant. Archibald T. Robinson, Quar- 
ter-Master. Charles Kinney, Pay-Master. David Austin, 
Chaplain. Nathaniel S. Perkins, Surgeon. Thomas Hun- 
tington, Surgeon VMate. Charles Dyer, Sergeant-Major* 
IJusse! Williams, Quarter-Master- Sergeant. 



First Company. 
Julius Cash man, captain 
Siela liobbins, 1st lieut. 
Krastus Jones, 2d lieut. 
C.taries Atwood, 3d lieut. 
Gttrdon II. Rogers, 4th lieut 
Oliver Warner, jr. cornet. 



Second Company. 
George Kinney, captain 
Henry Hazen, 1st lieut. 
Jason W. Kiugsley, 2d. It. 
Thomas C. Coit, 3d lieut. 
Arch. T Robertson, 4th It, 
Charles Kinney, coruet 



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Third Company^ 
William Graves, captain 
George Clnrk, 1st lieut. 
Barzaleel J. Meig?, c Zd lieut. 
Vacant 3d lieut. 
Vacant 4th lieut. 
John Harris, cornet 



Fgnrth Com puny, 
Amos Williams,, captain 
Vacant 1st lieut. 
Daniel Wheeler, :\\ lieut. 
Oliver Hewitt, 3tl lieut. 
Vacant, 4Ui (ieujU 
Vacant, cornet 



THIRD REGIMENT. 
Abel Hall, Colonel 
James Winton, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Joseph W Gorham, Major 
Moses Hi Bots ford, adjutant. Uobert Middlebrook, quar- 
termaster. Stephen Tummins, pay master Joseph T. 
Weiton, cha|)lain. Elijah Middiebrook, surgeon. C. Gor- 
ham, surgeouVmate. Samuel Heeds, sergeant-major. — 
Burr Perry, quarter-master-sergeant. 



First Company, 
Joseph AV heeler, jr. captain 
Geo. Shelton, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Sherman, 2d lieut. 
Samuel C. Curtis, 3d lieut. 
Elisha Sherman, 4ih lieut. 
Youngs Nichols, cornet 

Second Company, 
Garrit H. Newkirk, captain 
John Hayt, 1st lieut. 
Rufus Bel!, 2d lieut. 
Joseph F v .teh, 3d lieut, 
Anson D. Penoyer, 4th lieut. 
William Anders, cornet 



Third Company, 
Vacant captain 
Jesse Lacey, 1st lieut. 
Joel Thorp, 2d lieut. 
Thomas Dimond, 3d lieut. 
Hez. S. Bradley, 4lh lieut. 
Wiliiam Sanford, jr. cornet. 

Fourth Company, 
Samuel Davenport, captain 
And. Reynolds, l&t lieut. 
Nat Waterbury, jr. 2*1 lieut. 
Conklin Husted, 3d lieut. 
William Young, 4th lieut. 
Charles Henry, cornet 



LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 
Formed from New-London, Norwich, Lyme, DanV.'ry, 
.Stratford, Norwalk, New-Haven, Say brock, Ilude'am, Oris* 
wold, Killingworth aid Derby. 

George W. Jewett, Coloi el 

Amariah Bray, Lieutei)ant-Cc.-lo.ul 

Robert. Gates. Maior 



148 

Vacant adjutant. Vacant quarter-roastcr. Hart Ta!lcofc p 
cWp-Wifti. John Lathrop, pay-master. Sylvester Bulkley, 
surgeon. Nathaniel Allen, surgeon's mate. Philip S. Gal- 
pin, sergeant major. Benjamin E!am, drum major* 

First Company, 
Ilenrv Dennis, captain 
Edward B.H. Prince, Istlt. 



William Lepard, 'id do. 

Second Company. 
John Latfcrep, captain 
Ave! v Bromley, 1st lieut, 
Abijafc Thatcher, 2d do. 

Third Company. 
Charles Harrison, ca;»lain 
Kalhan Smith, 1st lieut. 
Rodney Comstoek, £d do. 

Fourth Company 
Fairchild Ambler, captain 
Nathan Bulkier, jr. 1st lieut. 
Azor K. Barber, 2d do. 

Fifth Company* 
John Ea\erweather, captain 
Stephen Hawley, 1st lieut- 
Charles Fcolc, 2«l do. 
S'XtJi. Co wba ny. 
Jose pi j Keeler, captain 
Horace A. Gibhs, !st lieut. 
Samuel "B. Skldmore, £cl do. 

apyenth C -j in p any. 



Philos Blale, captain 
Chas ilequcmbourg, jr-lst lU 
Caleb Mix. 2d do. 
Egbert I) Peck, 3d do. 
A. 21. Mall by, 4th do. 

FAt> h 1 h Company. 
William Bull, captain 
Nathan Walker, 1st lieut. 
Stephen Chaiker, 2d do, 

J\ In th Compa ny. 
Samuel Kel?ey, captain 
Dudley Cia? k, 1st lieut. 
Russef Gates, 2d do. 

Tenth Company. 
Charles Ooit, captain" 
Charles Woodward, 1st lieut. 
Moses T. Geere, 2d do. 
Elevemh Company, 
Ely A. Elliott, captain 
Nathaniel Wright, 1st lieut. 
Philip Hill, 2d do. 

Twelfth Company. 
John L Tcmliuscn, captain 
Lyman Smith, jr. 1st lieut, 
Sdas New-comb, 2d (\o. 



SECOND REGIMENT* 
Formcsl from Brooklyn, Toliand, East- Hartford, Pomfret, 
Kiilintiiy, Sharon, Windham, Hebron, Bristol, Hartford, 
Washington! Shnsbury, Canton, Winchester and Bark- 
Jiempsled. 

Nathan Johnson, Colonel. 
John Fitch, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Giles Olmsted, 1st Major. Thomas Botsibrd, 2d major. 
Daniel Colt, adjutant. Vacant quarter-master. Vacant 
p:} -master. Joy H.. Fairchild, chaplain. Chester Hunt, sur- 
geon. Vacant surgeon's mate. Benjamin C. Burdett, ser- 
e tan t- major. John Root, jr. quarter- master sergeant.—- 
John ljii'J:um. drum maior. 



Firs! Company. 
Jedediah Darbe, captaih 
David Prince, 1st lieut. 
Kalph Cady, '2d do. 

Second Company. 
D. W. Badger, captain 
William Potter, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Merrick, 2d do. 

Third Company. 
Aaron F. Olmsted, captain 
Chester White, 1st lieut. 
Solomon Olmsted, 2d do. 

Fourth Company. 
Laban Fisher, captain 
Josiah Dean, jr. 1st tieut. 
liraton Whitmore, 2d do. 

Fifth Company. " 
Chauncey Smith, captain 
Jay S. Canfield, 1st lieut. 
llobert R. Beech er, 2d do. 

Sixth Company. 
S towel I Lincoln, captain 
Francis Barrows, 1st lieut. 



«oOc» 



Henry Manning, 2d do. 

Sc vent h Co mp 1 1 ny . 
Era si us Unit, captain 
Ephraim Wilcox, l*t lieut. 
Vacant '2d do. 

Eif>hth Company. 
Daniel Woodruff, captain 
Richard Peck, 1st lieut. 
Chauncey Ives, 2d do. 
J\inih Company. 
Jabcz Ripley, captain 
Horace Goodwill, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Church, 2d do. 
Tenth Company. 
Herman Mine, captain 
David Norton, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Haves, jr. 2d do. 
Eleventh Company* 

(No returns.) 
Twelfth Company. 
George M'Nary, captain 
Alvin Squires, 1st lieut. 
Ira Seymour, 2d do. 



BRIGADE OF RIFLEMEN. 



Chauncey Whjttelsey, esq. Brigadier-General. 



FTRST REGIMENT. 

Enos H. Buell, Colonel 
Elkanah C Eaton, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Samuel H Fox, Major. 
Captains. lieutenants. EmigJis 

Justin Williams Geo. Hansom Rod'k. Chamberlain 

Waller Palmer, jr. Wm. E. Robinson Joseph Hutchins 
Luther Parsons Austin Hall . Algernon S. Grant. 

John Turner Elijah, Woodward John Ens worth, jr. 

David YV\ Post Huntington §e|den Judah Strong 
Alfred Wilcox Erastus Strong Edward Lewis 

Thour.AS Bellows Eph, M. Williams Dudley Awry 



James Tyler, jr. Erant as Tucker Elisha Tyler 



PECONC ftEGIIKENT. 
Lemuel (t. Storrs, Colonel 
Jolm H. Wc!!s, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Vacant Major 
Captains JJektennnts Ensigns 

John Bound Luke C. Lyman John C. Pratt 

Elisba A. Coles Walter Bf>r*th Will torn Smith 

Nathan Mf«rwih.2d Sam'l Buckingham Alpheas U*ark 
Samuel ftiiel, c id. Jseptj Hubbard Hiram Wallace 

Levi KcTwards A Inert Edwards Josiah Cuttiss 

Joseph Wheeler Alien Whiting, 2d. Ceo. W, Holies 
David Stfvefis Jfsiah Jones Zina Jones 

J olid Brers A be! S. Hawlcy Henry Nichols 

Alviri North David S. Strong Samuel Patten 



JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

Wa'lcr Mitchell, esq for Hartford County 

! eonard Vj Wsdes, esq- for New-Haven County. 

I ienry Slrontr, esq. for New-London County. 

Claris Bissell, esq for Fair field County. 

Joseph Katon, esq. for Windham County 

Jahez. \V. Huntington, esq for Litchfield County. 

JonatifojSn Barnes, jr. esq for Middlesex County. 

LSisha Stearnes, esq. for Tolland County. 



Mii^jiiF^ nmm^ - ia m a asaamEcssc vx7trirssxxsi>seermBs^iBSSsa VEEraWJESBSSFXSEigSS 



COURTS IN CONNECTICUT, 

FUPMSMH COURT OF ER ROUS for 1813. 
Sits "n the first Tuesday of June, at Hartford,' and on the 
first Tuesday of November at New-Haven. 
SUPERIOR COURTS. 
Jj$j\fts$ R t . 2t w j iitffi a rh , fi r*t Tues d ■ vj 

New- Haver, third do. 

Norwich third (a) do, 

FEBli. UAPiY At Litchfield, first do, 

Hartford, second do. 



JULT 

AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 



DECEMBER 



151 

At Hadddam, last do. 

At New -Haven, second do. 

Litchfield, third do. 

At Hartford, first do. 

Tolland, first do. 

Windham, second dm 

New-London, fourth (a )do„ 

Danbury. third do. 

At Haddain, second do. 

Fairfield, last do. 

Tolland, fourth do. 



COUNTY COURTS. 




JANUARY 


At Tolland, fourth 


TuesdaA 


FEBRUARY 


At Danbury, last 


do. 


MARCH 


At Norwich, (a.) fn 


st do. 




New -Haven, third 


do. 




Windham, third 


do. 




Litchfield, fourth 


do. 




Hartford, fourth 


do. 




Haddam, last 


do. 


APRIL 


At Fairfield, third 


do. 


JUNE 


>lt New-London, second 


do. 




New-Haven, fourth 


do. 


AUGUST 


At Hartford, second 


do. 




W r ir.dhara, third 


do. 


SEPTEMBER 


At Tolland, fourth 


do. 




Litchfield, fourth 


do. 




Midd'etovvn, fourth 


do. 


NOVEMBER 


At Danbury, third 


do. 




New- Haven, fourtlj 


do. 


DECEMBER 


At Hartford, first 


do. 




Norwich, first 


i\0. 




Windham, second 


do. 




Litchfield, second 


60. 



UNITED STATES' COURTS. 



FEBRUARY 
APRIL 



District— -New-Haven, 4th Tuesday 
Circuit — New-Haven, 13th d«v 



MAY District— Hartford 4th Tuesday 

•AUGUST District — New-Haven 4th do, 

SEPTEMBER Circuit— Hartford, 17th day 
NOVEMBER District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday 

Practising Attornies at the Circuit Court in Connecticut* 

Hezekiah Huntington, esq. District Attorney. 
Joseph Backus, Burrage Beach, Seth P. Beers, Noah B. 
Benedict, Coddington Billings, David Bolles, William F. 
Brainard, Amaziah Bray, William Bristol, David Burr, Shel- 
don W. Candee, Jabez Clark, William P. Cleaveland, Sam- 
uel Cowles, David Daggett, Samuel W. Dana, Charles Deni- 
son, Josiah Dudley, Daniel Dunbar, Jona. W. Edwards, H. 
W. Edwards, Eleazer Foster, Shubael F. Griswold, Jacob 
1$ Gurley, John - M. Gannett, Jeremiah Halsey, William 
Millhoijfte, Uriel Holmes, Curtis Hinman, George Hubbard, 
Enoch Huntington, Thomas Huntington, jr. Ralph I. Inger- 
soll, Jirah Isham, George W. Jewett, Nathan Johnson, An- 
drew ■ T. Judsori, James Lanman, Lyman Law, John H. 
Lyr.de, John M'Clellan, Michael F, Mills, Isaac Mills, Wal- 
ter Mitchell, Wi!!iam Moseley, Jonathan O. Moseley, John. 
Parish, Seth Parsons, Enoch Perkins, William Perkins, 
John T. Peters, Elisha Phelps, Charles B. Phelps, Noah A. 
Phelps, Timothy Pitkin, Jonathan E. Porter, Matthew T, 
Russell, Roger M. Sherraan,~"Nathan Smith, George W. 
Stanley, Seth P. Staples, Elisha Sterling, Lewis B. Sfcurges, 
Nathaniel Terry, Seth Terry, William Todd, Joseph Trum- 
bull, Leonard Fj. Wales, Samuel P. Waldo, Lemuel Whit- 
man, linger Whittlesey, Chauncey Whittelsey, Asa Willey, 
Calvin Willey, John Williams, Thomas S. Williams, Samuel 
H. Woodruff, esquires. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, esq. Clerk of District Court* 



MARSHAL'S DEPUTIES— COXjYECTICUT. 

Noah A. Phels, jr. Hartford.— Nathan Raymond, New- 
London — Ken-ben Webster, Litchfield- — Jeremiah W. 
beawjsiey, Stratford.— Phiueas Taylor, Datibury .—Nathan 



IVeslon.jr. Woodbury. — William H.Jones, New-Kavci; 
Other Deputies are occasionally appointed. 



LIST OF COLLECTORS, 

In the State of Connecticut, 



Districts. 


*A ames of Collectors. 


Place of residence. 


First District. 


Set} 4 P. Beers 


Litchfield 


Second do. 


Jesnp Wakeman 


Fairfield 


Third do. 


Andrew Hull, jr. 


New- Haven 


Fourth do. 


John T. Peters 


Hartford 


Fifth do. 


Nicholl Fosdick 


New-London 


Sixth do. 


Joshua Stow 


Middle town 


Seventh do. 


Charles Taintor 


Windham 



Blank form of a List of Taxable Polls and Estates* 
in the State of Connecticut. 



A true List of the PolU and estates of the iotcn of 

rateable by law, 071 the 20th day of August, 18 

JVb. Dolls. Cts 



Polls from 21 to 70 years cf age 
Polls from 13 to 21 years of age 
Oxen and Bulls, 4 years old 
Cows, Steers, Heifers and Bulls 3 

years old 
heifers, Steers or Bulls of 2 years old 
Stallions, or Seed Horses more than 3 

years old 
Horse kind of 3 years old 
iorse kind of l Z years old 
Horse kind of 1 year old 



3 33 



3i 



Cts, 



Covering Jacks 

Mules of 3 years old or upwards 

Do. of 2 years old 

Do. of 1 year old 

Acres of Plowland 



£4 

10 

7 

3 54 
1 0' 
Do. of upland, mowing & clear pasture 1 54 
Do. of Boggy Meadow mowed #4 

Do. of Boggy Meadow not mowed 
Do„ of Meadow Land in the counties 

of Hartford and Middlesex 2 50 

Acres of other Meadow Land 1 25 

Do. of Bush Pasture 34 

Do. of Uninclosed Land, first rate 34 

Do. cf Uninclosed Land, second rate 17 

Do. of Uninclosed Land, third rate 
Coaches 163 

Chariots 134 

Phcetons 100 

Coachees 75 

Curricles 68 

Chaises, Chairs, &c. 15 

Ditto 20 

Ditto 30 

Ditto 40 

Ditto 50 

Ditto ^ GO ' 

Other four wheel Carriages on Spring3 50 
Ditto on Leather Braces 15 

Ditto dhto £0 

Ditto ditto 25 

G«ld Watches 34 

Silver am! other Watches 10 

Steel and hrass wheel Clocks, or other 
time pieces regulated by a Pendulum 20 
Wooden wheel Clocks 7 

Ounces of Silver Plate t dollar and 
11 cents per ounce at f> per cent 
Money on interest at 6 per cent 
Bank stock owned by residents at 3 

per cent. 
Do. owned by non residents at 3 per 
I cent 



Houses— fire places first class 

Ditto second do. 

Ditto third do. 

Ditto fourth do. 

Stores, kc. one story high 

Ditto two stories 

Stores, three stories 

Sheep added as a penalty 

Assessments , 

Sheep ten months old and upwards 

deducted at 75 cents 
Abatements 

Total 



5 




3 75 




2 50 




t 25 




10 




£0 




SO 




;g 





Officers of the Customs in the Ports of Entry, in 
Connecticut^ Rhode-Island and jVezc-York. 

COLLECTORS. 

CONNECTICUT. 

New-London* Thomas II. Gushing.-— *New-7Taven, Abraj. 
ham Bishop — Fairfield, Walter Uradley. — Middietown, 
Alexander Wolcott. 

RHODE -ISLAND. 

Newport,* William Ellery. — PiOYidence,*Thomas Coles, 
•Uristo!, Charles Collins, }v. 

NEW- YORK. 

Sag-Harbour, Henry P. Deering. — New-York,* & Alba- 
ny, David Gelston. — Hudson, Reuben Moores. 

Note. The Ports which have stars affixed thus (*,) 
are those at which vessels from the Cape pf Good Hope, or 
any place beyond, are admitted lb make entry. 



NAVAL OFFICERS. 

Portsmouth, John F. Parrot. — Neu bury port, Daniel 
Swoet. — Beverly, Henry Kikins. -^Boston, Thomas Mel- 
ville,— New-Port, Waiter Nichols! — Providence, Samuel 
Brown. — New- York,. J oho Fergerson .—Philadelphia, Sam- 
uel Clark. — Baltimore, Joshua Harney. — Norfolk, Phil- 
emon Gatewood. — Wilmington, Carleton Walker.-Charles- 
ton, Thomas Waring — Savannah, Hamp. M'Intosh.— -New- 
Orleans, Edwin Lorrain. 

SURVEYORS > 

Rhode- Island* 
Newport, John Sloeum. — Providence, John B. Barton. 

Connecticut. 
New-London, Oliver Champlain. — Stonington, Elijah 
Palmer.— New-Haven, William M tin sou — Middletown, 
William Van Deursen. — Hartford, Solomon Porter. — Say- 
ftrook, George Wolcott. 



GOVERNORS 

OF THE SEVERAL STATES. 

New-Hampshire, William Plummet* 

Massachusetts, John Brooks, 

Khode-Island, Jonathan K. Knight 

Connecticut, Oliver \Yo!e<,u 

Vermont, Jonas Galushh 

New-York, fre Witt CjUntoa 

New-Jersey, Isaac 11. Wfiliams 

Pennsylvania, William Pindiey 

Delaware, Daniel Rodney 

Maryland, liidgcley 

Virginia, James P Preston 

North-Carolina, William Miller 

South-Carolina., Joseph Alston 

Georgia, - William Rayhun 

Kentucky, Gabriel Slaughters Ll Gov. 

Tennessee, Joseph M'Minn 

Ohio, Thomas Worthigton 

Louisiana, Jacques Yillcre 

Indiana, Jona. Jennings 

Mississippi David Holmes 



GOV&RNMENT 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 



JAMES MONROE, 

FRESIDFNT OF THE UNITED STATES, 
Salary 25,000 dollars per annum. 



PANIEL D. TOMPKINS, 

. VICE-PRESIDENT. 
Salarv 5000 dollars. 



/Ust of Members of the 
of the United 

James Gaillard, of Sou 
New Hampshire 
David L. Morrill 
Joseph Store i* 

*,\lmsachiisett9. 
Harrison Gray Otis 
Eli P. Ashmtt* 

lihoile- island. 
William II u nter 
James B.iirriH,jr. 

Connecticut* 
David Da&gett 
Samuel W. Dana 

Vepntyt. 
Is^ac Tiehenor 
James Fisk 

J\etv-Yorl:. 
Rnftis King 
Nathan Saniord 

J\'evj-Jersey, 
James J, Wilson 
Mali Ion Diskersou 



Senate and House of Representatives 

States, in the \5ih Congress, 

SfttfATORS. 

lh Carolina, President of the Senate, 
Pennsylvania* 
Abner Lacock 
Jonathan Roberts 

Delaware* 
O u te r b r i d ge Horsey 
Nicholas Vandyke 

Maryland. 
\i. H. Goldsborougli 
Alexander C. Hanson 

Virginia* 
James Barbour 
John \V. Eppes 

A"orth~ Carolina. 
Nathaniel Macon 
Montfort Stokes 

South. Carolina. 
John GaiWard 
William Smith ~* 
Georgia* 
Charles T«t 
■George At. Troup 



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Kentucky* 
John J. Crittenden 
Isham Talbot 

Tennesee. 
John Williams 
George IV. Campbell 

Ohio. 
Jeremiah Morrow 
Benjamin Ruggles 



Louisiana. 
Elijius Fromentin 
Wai. C. C. Claiborne 
Mississippi. 
Thomas S. Williams 
Walter Leake 

Indiana* ~ 
James Noble 
Waller Taylor 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



JS/evK Hampshire, 
Josiah Butler 
Clifton Ctagget, 
Salma Hale 
Arthur Livermore 
John F. Parrott 
Nathaniel Upham 

Massachusetts. 
Benjamin Adams 
Samuel C. Allen 
Walter Forger, jr. 
Joshua Gage 
John Wilson 
John Holmes 
Marcus Morton 
Jeremiah Nelson 
Benjamin Orr, 
Albion K. Parris 
Nathaniel Ruggles 
Zabdiel Sampson 
Henry Shaw 
Nathaniel Silsbee 
Solomon Strong 
Ezekiel Whitman 
Timothy Fuller 
Elijah H. Mills 
Jona. Mason, (One vacant) 

H ho de- Island. 
John L. Boss, jr. 
James B. Mason 



Connecticut* 
Uriel Holmes 
Ebenezer Huntington 
Jonathan O. Mosely 
Timothy Pitkin 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Nathaniel Terry 
Thomas S. Williams 

Vermont. 
Heman Allen 
Samuel C* Crafts 
William Hunter 
Orasmus C. Merrill 
Charles Rich 
Mark Richards 

JWew- York. 
Oliver C. Comstoek 
Daniel Cruger 
John Pc Cash man 
John K. Drake 
Benjamin ElSicott 
Josiah ttasbrouck 
John Herkimer 
Thomas H. Hubbard 
William living 
Dorrance Kirtland 
Thomas Lawyer 
John Palmer 
James Porter 
John Savage 



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Philip J. Schuyler 
Treadwell Scudder 
Johu C. Spencer 
Henry R. Storrs 
James Tallmadge, jr. 
John VV. Taylor 
Caleb Tompkins 
George Town9end 
Peter H. Wendover 
Kensellaer Westerlo 
James VV. Wilkin 
Isaac Williams 
David A. Ogden 

JV eiv- Jersey. 
Benjamin Bennett 
Joseph Bioomfield 
Charles Kinsey 
John Linu 
Henry Southard 
Ephraim Bateman 

Petinsylvania. 
William Anderson 
Andrew Boden 
Isaac Darlington 
Joseph Heister 
Joseph Hopkins&n 
Samuel D. Ingham 
William P. Maclay 
David Marchand 
Robert Moore 
James Murray 
Thomas Patterson 
Levi Pawling 
Adam Seybert 
Jacob Spangler 
Christian Tarr 
James M. Wallace 
John Whiteside 
William Wilson 
Henry Baldwin 
William Maclay 
Alexander Ode 



John Ross 
John Sargeant 
One vacant 

Delaware. 
Louis M'Lean 
Willard Mall 

Maryland. 
Thomas Culbreth 
John C. Herbert 
Peter Little 
George Peter 
Phillip Reed 
Samuel Ringgold 
Samuel Smith 
Phillip Stuart 
Thomas Bayley 

Virginia, 
William Lee Ball 
Phillip P. Barbour 
Burwell Bassett 
William A. Burwell 
Edward Colston 
Robert S. Garnett 
William M'Coy 
Charles F. Mercer 
Hugh Nelson 
Thomas Newton 
James Pindall 
James Pleasants 
Alexander Smyth 
George F. Strother 
Henry St. George Tucker 
John Tyler 
Archibald Austin 
John Floyd 

Peterson Goodwin 

James Johnson 

William J Lewis 

Thomas M. Nelson 

Ballard Smith 

JYurth- Carolina* 

Daniel M. Fotney 



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John 11. Hall 
George Mumford 
James Owen 
Lemuel Sawyers 
Thomas fettle 
Jesse Slocuni 
J.S.Smith 
Felix Walker 
Louis Williams 
Joseph H. Bryan 
Weldon N. Edwards 
One vacant. 

South-Carolina. 
Joseph Bellinger 
William Lowndes 
Henry Middle ton 
Stephen D. Millet- 
Sterling Tucker 
Elias Earle 
James Irving 
Wilson Nesbitt 
One vacant 

Georgia. 
Joel Abbott 
Thomas W. Cobb 
Zadock Cocke 
Joel Crawfuid 
John Forsyth 
William Terrel 

Kentucky. 
Richard C« Anderson, jr. 
Henry Clay, speaker. 



Joseph Desha 
Richard M. Johnson 
Anthony New 
Tunston Quarles, jr. 
George Robertson 
Thomas Speed 
Djivid Trimble, 
David Walker 

Tennessee, 
William G. Blount 
Francis Jones 
George W. L. Man- 
John Rhea 
Thomas Claiborne 
Samuel Hogg 

Ohio. 
Levi Barber 
Philemon Beecher 
John W. Campbell 
Samuel Herrick 
Wm. H. Harrison 
Peter Hitchcock 

Louisiana 
Thomas B. Robertson. 

Indiana. 
William Hendricks 
•Mississippi. 
George Poindexter 

Illinois 7 erritory . 
Nathaniel Pope 

Missouri* 
J elm Scott 



OF THE 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 

Department of State. 
John Q. Adam?, (.\1a<s.) Secretary, Salary £5000 

Daniel Brent, ci»iei' clerk. 



1G1 

Treasury Department. 
William H. Crawford, (3. C.) Secretary, S5000 

Edward Jones, principal clerk. 
Joseph Anderson (Tenn.) 1st Comptroller, 3500 

— — chief clerk. 
Richard Cults, (Mass.) «d Comptroller, 3500 

Enoch Reynolds, chief clerk. 
Richard Harrison, (Va.) 1st Auditor, 300O 

Patrick Farrel, chief clerk. 
2d Auditor, 3000 

James Eakin, chief clerk. 
Peter Hagner, (Pa.) 5d Auditor, 3000 

James Thompson, chief clerk. 
Constant Freeman, 4th Auditor, 3000 

T. H. Gilliss, chief clerk. 
Stephen Pleasonton, 5th Auditor, 3000 

Andrew Koss, chief clerk. 
Thomas Tudor Tucker, (Va ) Treasurer, 3000 

Samuel Brook, chief clerk. 
Joseph Noarse, (Va.) Register. 3000 

Joshua Dawson, cliief clerk. 
Samuel H. Smith, Commissioner of Revenue, 3000 

Joseph Thaw, principal clerk. 
Josiah Meigs, Commissioner Gen. Land Office, 

John Gardner, chief clerk. 

JVar Department. 
John C. Calhoun, (N. C.) Secretary, §4500 

George Graham, chief clerk. 
Robert Brent, Paymaster-General, 2500 

Nathaniel Frrc, jr. chief clerk. 

Navy Department. 
B W. Crowninshield, (Mass.) SecrcU'y, 4500 

Benjamin llornans, chief clerk. 

General I* o st Office. 
Return J. *Weigs, (Ohio,) Postmaster General. 300O 

Assistant, Abraham Bradley, (Conn ) lTOO 

Do. Seth Pease, (Conn.) 1600 

Phiueas Bradley, chief clerk. 
Mint. 
Robert Patterson, Director, 2000 

James Rush, Treasurer, l2<-0 

Adam Kokfcldt, Coiner, 150"> 

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162 

Joseph Richardson, Assay er, 15GO 

Joseph Cloud, Refiner, 150CV 

Robert Scott, Engraver, 1200 



JUDICIARY. 

John Marshal, of Virginia, Chief Justice of 

the United States, Salary §4000 

Associate Judges — Salary f§3500 each. 
Bushrod Washington, Va. Thomas Todd, Kv. 
William Johnson, jr. S. C. Gabriel Duval, Md. 
B.Livingston, N.Y. Joseph Story, Mass. 

Attorney General ta the United States. 
William Wirt, Va, Salary JgSOOO 

DISTRICT JUDGES. 
District of Maine, David Sewall, sal glOOO 

New-Hampshire, John S Sherburne* 1000 

Massachusetts, John" Davis, 1600 

Rhode Island, David Howell, 1000 

Vermont, Elijah Paine, 800 

Connecticut, Pierpont Edwards, 1000 

New-York, Chief Judge, M. B. Tallmadge, 1600 

Additional Judge, Wm. P. Van Ness, 1600 

CLERKS 

To the Supreme, Circuit, and District Courts. 
r Supreme Court, Elias B. Caldwell- District of New- 
Hampshire, Jonathan Steel. Maine, Henry Sewall. Mas- 
sachusetts, Wm. S. Shaw. Rhode-Island, Edmund T. El- 
lery. Vermont, Cephas Smith. Connecticut, Ralph I. Tn- 
gersoll. New-York, south dist. Therou Uudd ; nerth dist. 
II, 11 Lansing. New-Jersey, Robert Boggs. Pennsylvania, 
David Caldwell. Delaware, A Johns. Maryland, Philip 
Moore. Virginia, Richard Jeffries. Norlh Carolina, Wm. 
H. Haywood. South-Carolina, James Jervay. Georgia, 
J'hn H. Bullock. Kentucky, John H. Hanna, Tennes- 
see, Robert M. Gavock. Ohio, Humphrey Fulleiton.— 
Louisiana, William Claiborne. Columbia, Wash, county 
William Brent ; Alex, county, George Deneale. 



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DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 
New- Hampshire, Daniel Humphreys. Maine. William 

P. Preble. Massachusetts, George Blake. Rhode Island, 
Asher Kobbins. Connecticut, Hezekiuh Huntington. Ver- 
mont, Titus Hutchinson. New York, south (list. Jonathan 
Fisk ; north (list. Roger Skinner. 

MARSHALS. 

New-Hampshire, Michael M'Clary. Maine, Thomas G. 
Thornton. Massachusetts, James Prince. Rhode-lslaud, 
Ebenezer K. Dexter, Connecticut, Robert Fairehild. — 
Vermont, David Robinson. New. York, south (list. Thom- 
as Morris; north dist. John W. Livingstou. 

TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENTS. 

•Missouri Territory, 
William H. Clark, Ky. Governor, g2000 

Frederick Bates, Secretary, 1000 

Illinois Territory, 
NiniAN Edwards, Ky. Governor, g2000 

Joseph Philips, Secretary, 1000 

Michigan Territory, 
Lewis Cass, Governor. 

William Woodbridge, Secretary. 

DISTRICT LAND OFFICES. 

Josiah Meigs, Commissioner of the General Land Office. 
Edward Tiffin, Surveyor General, $2000 

Office at Chilicothe, Ohio. 
Thos. Freeman, Surveyor, south of Tennessee, 2000 

Office at Washington, Miss. 
Wm. Rector, Surveyor of Illinois and Missouri 

Territories. 
John 6offee, Surveyor. 

At Steubenville. 
Receiver, Peter Wilson* Register, David Hoge. 

At Marietta. 
Receiver, Levi Barber. Register, Joseph Wood. 

At Chilicothe. 
Receiver, Samuel Findlay. Register, Jesse Spencer* 



164 

v?i Vificennei 
Receiver, Nat. Ewhig. Register, John Baddolet. 

At Detroit. 
Receiver, Jas Abbott. Register, Peter A^r^ia. 

At Zane>vile. 
Receiver, I. Vanhorn. Register, W. Silliroan. 

Jn Missouri Territory, 
Frederick Bates, Recorder of Land Titles. 

Louisiana. 
Register for the Western part, Levi Wailcs. 
Receiver for do. William Gerrard. 

Register for the Eastern part, Samuel H. Warper 
Receiver for do. Alfred Lorraine. 

At Kaskaskias. 
Receiver, Shad. Bond. Register, Michael Jones. 

East of Pearl River. 
Receiver, Wra. Crawford. Register, Israel Pickens. 

TFest of Pearl River. 
Receiver, Parke Walton. Register, Nich. Gray. 

Cincinnati. 
Receiver, Jas. Findley. Register, Peter S. Symtnes, 

Jejfersonville. 
Receiver, E. II. Taylor. Register, S. Gwathmey. 

Woostsr, in Ohio. 
Receiver, John Sloan. Register, Reazira Beall. 

NwitWille, M. 
Receiver, John Brahan. Register, John Read. 
Alabama District* 
[Office at Miiledgvilie, Geo ] 
Receiver, John i aylor. Register, Alexander Pope, 

j istrict north of Red River, Louisiana. 
Receiver, Henry Bry. Register, Dani It. Sutton. 

Shawnee Tavm> III. Ter. 
Receiver, J. Caldwell. Register, Thomas Sloo, 

St. Louis. 
Receiver, Sara. Hammond. Register, A'ex. M'Xair, 

Eckvardsville, UL T. 
Receiver, B. Stephenson. Rcgster, W m . M'Kee. 



INTERCOURSE WIT£ FOREIGN NATIONS. 

DIPLOMATIC DEPARTMENT. 

Minib ters Plhn ip etc a iiai v. 
Richard Rash, to Great Britain, Salary &■>'> 

Albert Gallatin, to Franc , 

Wm. Pinknev, to £>. PetJ! tbtirgn ami Naples, y > »Q 

William Eustis, to the Netherlands, y(K)(> 

Thomas Surnpter, to Rio laue.-io, Brazils, kc. 9000 

Jonathan Russell, to Sweden, iiOOO 

George W. Erving, to Spain, 9030 

Commissioners tc South-America. 
Csesar A. Rodney, John Graham, Theociuric Bland. 

CONSULS OF THE UNITED STATES 
in Foreign Countries-*. 
In Great Britain audits dependencies, 
Thomas Aspinwall, London. — James Maury, Liverpool. 
— Herman Visger 7 , Bristol — Robert W . Fox, Falmouth.— 
Nathaniel G. In grab am, jr. Plymouth — Thomas An!. 'jo, 
Cowes — Bernard Henry, Gibraltar.— James Luke, Belfast. 
— Thomas English, Dublin.— Joel Hart, Leith —Thomas 
Wynn, Turk's Island. — William Da?y, Kingston upon Hull. 
In France and its dependencies. 
Isaac Cox Harriett, Paris. Daniel Strobe!, Bordeaux.— 
Henry Wilson, Nantz. Edward Church, L'Orient. Ste- 
phen Cathalan, Marseilles. Robert Sterry, La Rochelle — 
Thomas Johnson, Calais. Reuben G. IScasley, Havre-de- 
Grace. Philip ne Peyster, Guadalonpe. John Mitchill, 
Martinique. Mai tin Bickham, Isle of France. 
In Rusuia. 
John Levitt Harris, Consul, St. Petersburg!*. Moses M. 
Russell, Riga. 

Jn Spain and lis dependencies. 
James L Cat heart, Consul, at Cadiz. ttoberi Mowtgom- 
ery, Aiicant. Richard M'Cali, Barcelona. John M ta- 
ker, Tarragona and the Isles of Minorca, Majorca and 
Yvica. Thomas L. Halsey, Hucnos Ayres Wm G.Mil- 
ler, Monte Video. Ohadish Rich, Valencia. Willianji 
Kirk pa trick, Malaga. Richard S Hack'ev, St Luear — 
John Heath, Island n f Tcnerifle. Andrew Stewart, Island 
of Manilla. John Warner, Island of Porto Ulc*. Alex- 
ander Hamilton, Havana. 



hi Portugal and its dependencies* 
Israel P. Hutchinson, Lisbon. John Howard March, Isl- 
and of Madeira. John B Dabney, Fayal. Henry Hill, St. 
Salvador. Joseph Ray, Pernambuco. Jose dos Santos MLor- 
tiero, Island of Maranbas. IV ha Field, C. de Verd Isl- 
ands. 

In Holland and its dependencies. 
, Con. Gen. Amsterdam. George Joy, Rotter- 
dam. Emanuel Wambersie, Ostend. Joshua Ciibborn, 
Antwerp. John B Ftazier, Island of Curraeoa. William 
Gamble, Island of St. Eustatia. 

In Denmark and its dependencies. 
John M. Forbes, Con. Gen Copenhagen. Robert Harri- 
son, Island of St. Thomas Robert Jaques, Island of St. 
Cruz. 

In Sweden. 
Joseph Ficklin, St- Bartholomew?. 
sit Hamburgh — Edward Wver, Cossul 
At Bremen — Frederick J VTiehelhausen Consul 
Jit Franconia — Phillip Mark, Consul 
At Emhden — William Clark, Consul 

Tuscany, Austria, China. 
Thomas Appkton, Leghorn. William H Barney, Triest. 
Benjamin C Wild x, Canton. 

hi the Kingdom of Naples. 
Alexander Hamet, Naples. John Broadbent, Messina — 
William Porter, Palermo. 

In Barbary. 
William Shaler, Con Gen. Algiers. Thomas D. Ander- 
son, Tunis. William B, Jones, Tripoli. James Simpson, 
Tangier. John O. Sullivan, Mogadore. 

MINISTERS, CONSULS, AND COMMISSARIES OF 
FOREIGN POWERS, 

RESIDENT IN THE U. STATES. 



From France. 
His FAcelleney, M. Hyde de Neuville, Envoy Extraordina* 

ry, and Minister Plenipotentiary, 
Mr. Roth, Secretary of Legation. 



167 

Mr. Bourgucny, attached to the Legation. 

Mr. Petty, Consul General, ad interitn, to the United State*, 
at Philadelphia. 

Mr. Berard, efeve Vice Consul, Philadelphia. 

Mr. De Valnais, Consul, Boston. 

Mr. Lc Comte D'Espinville, Consul, New-York. 

Air. Angelucci, Consul, Baltimore. 

Mr. Couteaux, Vice Consul, Norfolk. 

Mr. Le Marquis de Fougeres, Consul, Charleston. 

Mr. Buchet de Martigny, Agent of the Consulate, Charles- 
ton. 

Mr. Le Loup, Vied Consul, ad interitn, Savannah. 

Mr. Guillemin, Consul, ad interim, New-Orleans. 
from Great Britain. 

The Right Honorable Charles Bagot, Envoy Extraordinary, 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Gibbs Crawford Antrobus, esq. Secretary of Legation. 

William Henry Hughes, esq. Private Secretary. 

Anthony St. John Baker, esq. Consul General. 
James Baker, esq. Secretary. 

James Buchanan, esq Consul for state and city of N. York. 

William Dawson, esq. Consul for Maryland, Baltimore. 
Patrick Savage, esq. Consul for Virginia, Norfolk. 
Benjamin Moodie, esq. Consul for N. and S. Carolina, and 

Georgia, Charleston. 
John Davidson, esq. Consul for Louisiana, N. Orleans. 
James Stewart, esq. Consul for Connecticut, New-London. 
William 8. SSdnnpr, esq. acting Vice Consul, Boston. 
John Barnard Gilpin, esq. do. Newport R, F. 

Gilbert Robinson, esq. do. Philadelphia. 

James Patton, esq. do. A lex and. D. G. 

James Wallace, esq. do. Savannah. 

Fro?n Russia. 
Count Van Tuyl, Envoy Extraordinary, and Minister Pleni- 
potentiary. 
Theodore Ivanoff, Counsellor of Legation. 
George Eilisen, Secretary of Legation. 
Nicolas KosloiF, Consul Genera', Philadelphia 
Alexy Eustaphieve, Consul, Boston 
T. Swift, Vice Consul, Alexandria 
T. G. Bogert, Vice Consul, New-York 
Benjamin Chew, Vice Consul, New OrWu : 



Edward J Coale, Agent, Baltimore 
Fortescue Whipple, Agent, Norfolk 
John Prince, Age&t, Salem 
Ebenezer Mayo, Agent, Portland 
Samuel Snow, Agent, Providence 

From Spain, 
Don Lewis de Onis, Minister Plenipotentiary, and Envoy 

Extraordinary, Philadelphia 
Don Bartolome Ronqnenet, Consul, Philadelphia 
Don Thomas Stoughton, Consul, New-York 
Don Juan Stoughton, Consul for New- Hampshire, Massa« 

chusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and lthode Island, Boston 
Don Pablo Chacon, Vice Consul, Alexandria, D. C. 
Don Juan B. Barnabau, Consul, Baltimore 
Don Antonio Argotte Viialobos, Consul for Virginia and 

Kentucky. 
Don Diege Morphy, Consul, New Orleans 
Don Felipe Fatio, Consul Louisiana 
Don Carolus Mulvi, Vice Consul, Savannah 

From Prussia. 
Frederick Greuhm, Minister Resident and Consul General 

From Portugal. 



Simon S. Goodwyn, Consul, Boston 

Joaquin Jose Vasques, jr. Consul, New-York 

Robert Barry, Consul, Baltimore 

Robert Dickson, Consul, Norfolk 

Lewis Deblois, Consul, Washington City 

Joao P. Calhorda, Consul, Wilmington, N. C. 

Carlos Mulvey, Consul, Charleston 

From Denmark. 
P Pederson, Minister Resident from the Court of Den- 
mark, aud Consul General, Philadelphia 

John Bolden, Vice Consul, Philadelphia 

George Flammeken, Consul, New-York 

Charles W- Greene, Vice Consul, Boston 

Frederick William Brune, Vice Consul, Baltimore 

Jonathan Swift, Vice Consul, Alexandria 

Moses Myers, Vice Consul, Norfolk 



Joseph Winthropi Vice Consul, Charleston S. C. 
Richard Relf, Vice Consul, New-Orleans 

From Sweden and Norway. 
His Excellency, M. de Kantzow, Minister Resident 
Henry Gahn, acting Consul General, New-York 
H. Aguilon, Consul, Baltimore 
Bernard Dahlgren, Vice Consul, Philadelphia 

. Blagge, Commercial Agent, Boston 
It. Rogers, jr. do. Providence, R. I. 
J. Swift, do. Alexandria, D. C. 
John Myers, do. Norfolk 
J. B. Cunningham, do. Washington, N. C. 
Edmund Bridge, jr. do. Wilmington, N. C. 
Joseph Winthrop, do. Charleston, S, C. 
Wnt. Taylor, do. Savannah 
R. D. Shepherd, do. New-Orleans 
Tuscany. 
J. F. Mansonry, Consul General 

List of the Names and Force of the Ships and Ves- 
sels of the United States'* Navy, 



Names, 
Alert, 
Asp, 

Block Skip, 
Constitution, 
Contention, 
Congress. 
Corporation, 
Con fiance, 
Cyane, 
Detroit, 
Despatch, 
Erie, 

Enterprise, 
Etna, 
Eagle, 
Franklin, 
Fulton 1st, 
Firebrand, 
Fox, 



Guns 



• 44 
36 
36 

32 

18 

18 

2 

18 

bomb 

bomb 

12 

74 

6 
4 



Names . 

Guerriere, • 

General Pike, 

Ghent, 

Hornet, 

Hornet, 

Independence, 

Java, 

John Adams, 

Jefferson, 

Jones, 

Louisiana, 

Lawrence, 

Linnet, 

Lynx, 

Lady of the Lake, 

Macedonian, 

Mohawk, 

Madison, 

Niagara, 



Guns. 
44 
24 
I 
18 
5 
74 
44 

18 
18 

20 
16 
5 
1 
?6 
32 
18 
18 



170 



JV ames* 


Guns. 


Konsuch, 


6 


Ontario, 


18 


Oneida, - 


14 


Peacock, 


18 


Prometheus, 


12 


Porcupine, 


1 


Queen Charlotte, 


- 14 


Ranger, 


— 


Raven, 


— 


Superior, 


44 


Saratoga, 


22 


%lph, 


- JO 



J\ ames. 


Gun gh 


Saranac, 


16 


Spark, 


12 


Spitfire, 


bomb. 


Surprise, 


6 


Tom Bowline, 


- 12 


Ticonderoga, 


- 14 


Tickler, 


- s. arrr.s. 


Torpedo, 


— 


United States, 


44 


Vesuvius. 


bomb. 


Vengeance, 


bomb. 


Washington, 


T4 



Commissioners of the Naval Board. 
John Rodgers, David Porter, 

Stephen Decatur, J. K. Paulding, Secretary. 



Register of the Navy of the United States. 
Captains —Alexander Murray, John Rodgers, James 
Barron, Wm Bain bridge, Hugh G. Campbell, Stephen De- 
catur, Thomas Tingey, Chas. Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac 
Chauncey, John Shaw, John H. Dent, David Porter, John 
Cassin, Samuel Evans, Jacob Jones, Charles Morris, Ar- 
thur Sinclair, Oliver li. Perry, Thomas Macdonough, 
Lewis VVarrington, Joseph Bainbridge, Wm. M. Crane, 
James T Leonard, James Biddle, Charles G. Ilidgely, 
Robert T. Spence, Daniel I\ Patterson, Samuel A ngus, 
Meianethon T. Woolsey, John Orde Creighton, Edward 
Trenchard, John Downes, John D. Henley. 

Masters Commandant — Jesse D. EJliott, Robert Henley, 
Stephen Cassin, Daniel S. Dexter, James Rensha**', David 
Deacon, Louis Alexis, Michael B. Carroll, Sidney Smith, 
Thomas Brown, Nathaniel Haraden, Samuel Woodhouse, 
Charles C. B. Thompson, Alexander S. Wadsworth, Geo. 
W. Rodgers, George C. Read, Henry E. Billiard, Thomas 
Gamble, William Carter, jun. Joseph J. Nicholson, John 
H. Elton, Edmund P. Kennedy, Alexander J. Dallas, John 
B. Nicholson, Bee'cman V. Hoffman. 



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NAVY YARDS. 

At Washington. 
Thomas Tingey, captain com. and navy agent. 

At Philadelphia. 
Alexander Murray, captain commandant. 

At Norfolk. 
John Cassin, captain commandant. 

At New-York. 
John Evans, captain commandant. 

At Charlestoivn, Mass. 
Isaac Hull, captain commandant. 



MARINE CORPS. 

Lieut. Col. Com —Franklin Wharton. 

Captai7is. — Anthony Gale, Arch. Henderson, Richard 
Smith, R. 1). Wainw'right, Wra Anderson, S. Miller, 
J. M. Gamble, Alfred Grayson, William Strong, 

ARMY REGISTER. 

GENERAL STAFF. 

Major- Generals. — Jacob Brown, Andrew Jackson. 

Major ; Generals by brevet. — Alexander Macomb, Ed- 
ir.und P. Gaines, Winfield Scott, Eleazer W. Ripley. 

Robert Butler, ad j* and insp. general, Daniel Parker, adj. 
general, Cbarles K. Gardner, adj. general, Arthur P. 
Hayne, and John E. Wood, insp. generals. 

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Colonel — Decius Wadsworth. 
Lieut. Col — George Bomford. 
Majors* — A. R. Wooley, James Dalaby. 

MEDICAL, PAY AND PURCHASING DEPARTMENTS. 
Apothecary General. — Francis Le Barron. 
Paymaster General. — Robert Brent. 

Commissary General. — Callender Irvine. 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Colonel. — Joseph G. Swift, brig, gen- brev. 
Lieut. Colonel. — Walker K Armistead. 
Majors. — Wra. M'Ree, col. brev ; Chs. Gratiot. 



J7Z 

REGIMENT OF LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. — Moses Porter, brig gen brev. 
Lieut. Col — J. R Fenwick, col. brev. 
Major.— Abraham Eustis, It. col. br. 

CORPS OF ARTILLERY. 

Lieut. Colonels. — G, E. Mitchell, col. br. Jas, Mouse, 
Wm Lindsay, Wra, Macrea 

Majors.— G. Armistead, It. eol. br. J. Hind man, col. br. 
Jas. iiankhead. 

FIRST INFANTRY. 

Colonel— Daniel Bissel, brig. gen. br. — Lieut. Col— Jas. 
V. Bali, brev. — Major, — Kichard Whartenby, brev. 

SECOND INFANTRY. 
Colonel — Hugh Brady. — Lieut. CoL— Ninian Pinkney. 
Major. — Henry Leavenworth, brev. col. 

THIRD INFANTRY. 

Colonel. — John Miller. — Lieut. Colonel. — Thomas S. Jes- 
sup, col. br. — Major* — Z. Taylor, brev. 

FOURTH IN T FANTRY. 

Colonel — William King. Lieut. Col — Duncan L Clinch. 
Majtr. — G. M. Brooke, lieut. col. br. 

FIFTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel — James Miller, brig. gen. br. Lieut. Col-— 
Jos. L. Smith, Major. — J. M. M'Nea! s jr. col. brev. 

SiXTH INFANTRY. 
C* J onel — Hen. Atkinson. Lieut. Co/.— J. Snelling. - 
Major. — Gad Humphreys, brev. 

SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel — David Brearly, brev. Lieut. Col — Matthew 
Arbuckle. Major. — John Nicks, brev. 

EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel— R C. Nicholas. Lieut. Col.—W. A. Trimble, 
brev. Major, — W. Lawrence, lieut. col. brev. 

RIFLE REGIMENT. 

Colonel — Thomas A Smith, brig gen br. Lieut. Col — 
T. Chambers, brev. Major.— W. Morgin, brev. 
MILITARY ACADEMY. 

General Swift, Governor, ex officio, 



173 
ROADS. 



Post Rond from Boston to 
jYeio-York, 

To Cambridge 3 

Watertown 4 

Waltham 3 

Weston 5 

Sunbury 4 

Marlboro* 10 

North boro' 5 

Shewsbury 5 

Worcester 6 1-2 

Leicester 6 

Soerii er 5 

Brookfield 7 

Weston 6 1-2 

Palmer 8 

Wilbraham 7 

Springfield 10 

Suffield 11 

Windsor 10 

Hartford 7 

1'erlin 11 

Meriden 6 

Wallingford 8 

New -Haven 9 

MUford 9 

Stratford 5 

Bridgeport 4 

Fa'rfield 4 

Saugatuc 6 

Nor walk 4 

Middlesex 5 1-2 

Stamford 41-2 

Horse neck 7 

Kye 5 

Kast-Chester 10 

West Farms 4 

Harlera-liridge 4 



JVeiv-York 

Whole distance 



a 

235 



From Boston to Hartford 123 
Hartford to New-York U2 



— 


235 


From Netv-London to 


JBos- 


ton. 




To Montville 


7 


Norwich 


6 


Jewett's City 


8 


Plainfield 


7 


Sterling 


4 


Scituate 


It 


Providence 


15 


Attleborongh 


12 


Wrentham 


9 


Dedham 


12 


Boston 


9 



— Total 100 
From Boston to Portland. 

Lvnn 7 

Salem 17 

Ipswich 12 

Newburynnrt J 2 

Hampton 15 

Portsmouth 20 

Kennebeck 29 

Portland 7 

— ■ Total 119 

.Prow Newr London to JYew- 

Haven. 

Lyme lo 

Say brook «* 



Killingworth 
Guilford 

Branford Barker 
New- Haven 



174 

8 

9 
9 
8 



— Total 53 
From Neiv-London to Hart- 
ford. 

Waterford Avery 5 

Montville Turner 3 

New-Salem 6 

Colchester 6 

Marlborough Overton 8 

Glastenbury Hollister 5 

Wells 5 



Hartford 



4 3-4 



— 42 3-4 
From Hartford to Albany. 

Farmingtou x 6 

Canton 7 

New- Hartford 6 

Sandisfiekl 14 
Lenox Coffee-House 22 

New-Lebanon 12 

Phillipstown 9 

Union Village 7 

Mb any 1 1 

— 94 
From Albany to Utica. 

Schenectady 14 

Amsterdam 16 

Cauknawauga 9 

Johnston 7 

Palatine 14 

Manheim 3 

Little Falls 7 

Herkimer 7 

Schuyler 6 



Utica 



10 
93 



FromUtica to Canandaigua 

New-Hartford 4 

Westmoreland 7 

Vernon 3 

Lenox 10 

Sullivan 7 

Manlius 7 

East-Hill 9 

West-Hill 5 

Marcellus 3 

Nine mile-Creek 5 

Skeneatelus 5 
Auburn * 

Cayuga 

Geneva l5 

Gorham 10 

Canandaigua 6 



Fr&m Canandaigua to Buf- 
falo, 

East-Bloomfield 6 

W. Bloorafield 5 

Lima 5 

Avon 8 

Caledonia 7 

Batavia 18 

Buffalo 36 

From Canandaigua to JSiag- 
ara Falls* 

Genesee Uiver 9,7 1-2 

Batavia 27 

Buffalo Creek 36 

Chippewa 19 

Niagara Falls 2 1-2 

1 13 



175 



From Providence to Hart- 
ford. 

Plainfield 30 

Windham l4 

Hartford SO 

74 

Middle road from Boston to 
Hartford. 

Dedhnm 8 

Medfield 1 

Mention 17 

Uxbridge 5 

Douglass 6 

Thompson 8 

Pom fret 6 

A&hford 9 

Mansfield 8 

Coventry 7 

E. Hartford 6 

Hartford 19 

From Hartford te New Ha- 
ven thro 9 Middletowtu 

Middletown 15 

Wallingford li 

Nenu- Haven 13 

M 

From Hartford to Windsar, 

( Vermont. J 

Springfield 28 

Northampton 19 

Deerfield 18 



Putney 


23 


Charlestown 


20 


Windsor 


18 


" 


126 


rom New- London to 


JYeiv- 


port. 




Westerly 


15 


Tower-Hilt 


2.1 


Narraganset Ferry 


3 


Newport 


7 



50 

From New-York f Wash' 
ington. 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 128 

Susquehanna (Havre) 158 
Baltimore 192 

Gents 214 

Washington 232 

Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford. 
Boston tu Framingham 20 
Worcester 18 

Sterbridge 18 

Stafford 16 

Vernon 12 

Hartford 14 

98 



Ai 



INDEX. 



L LMANACK page 5 

Attorneys Circuit 152 

District' 163 

Asylum, 98 

Alpha Societies, 118 

Academy Cheshire, 119 



Acad. Arts, &c. Con, 124 

American, 124 

Academy Bacon, 119 

American B C. F. M. 115 

Army Register^ 171 

Associations, 92 

A ai. Bible Society 115 



1 

BANKS, 104— 7 

Boroughs, 101—2 

Bible Society, 96 

Bishop's Fund do. 94 

Baptist Associations, 94 

Baptist Board, kc. 95 

COURTS, 150 

Clerks U. S. Courts, 162 

Custom House Officers, 155 
Collectors U« S. 153 

Cities, Sie. 99 

Clerical, 85 

Charitable Society, 99 

Candidates and unsettled 

Ministers, 91—2 

Committee & Delegates, 93 

Colleges, New-Haven, 116 

Harvard, 119 

Williams, 120 

Rhode-Island, 121 

Bowdoin, Dartmouth, ib. 

Middlebury, 123 

Union & Hamilton, ib 

Andover, 122 

Connect. Government, 

Exec, and Legislative, 45 

Judicial and Civil, 53 

Hartford county, 54 

New-Haven, 56 

New London, 58 

Fairfield, 60 

Windham, 62 

Litchfield, 64 

Middlesex, 67 

Tolland, 68 

Dist. Land Office, 103 

Episcopal Con v. Con. 94 

Eclipses, Free. Meetings, g 

Free-Masons, 83 

Grand List, &c 11 ( 

Grand chapters C. S3 

U.S. 83! 

governors of States, 156 ' 



76 



Insurance Com. Marine, 


102 


do. Fire, 


103 


Inspectors Provisions, 


107 


Ju.lge Advocates, 


150 


LODGES, 


84 


List, Blank Form 


153 


MILITIA, 


125 


Marshals, 


163 


Medical Inst. 


117 


M. Annuity soci. 


97 


Medical Society, 


75 


Ministers and Consuls, 


165 


Missionary Society, 


94 


M. S. Domestic, 


98 


Marine Corps, 


171 


NAVY List, fee. 


169 


Naval Officers, 


156 


Norwich Channel, 


104 


Nomina, to Congress, 


53 


Assistants, 


52 


Notaries, 


71 


POST-OFFICE, 


20 


Postage, 


19 


Probate Courts, 


70 


t'hvsicians and Surg. 


76 


RQKDSand Innkeepers 


,173 


Surveyors Land, 


75 


Stamps, 


19 


Surveyors, U. S. 


155 


TABLES— Tides 


4 


Tariff 


23 


Interest, pounds, 


IS 


Value of Cents, 


17 


Town Clerks and Codec 


. 72 


TerritoraJ Governments, 


163 


Turnpikes, 


107 


Tract Society, 


97 


United States Officers 




Execu & Lcgis. 


157 


Judicial, 


162 


State, 1 60, Trecury, 


161 


Navy \7<\ Army, ' 


171 


Union Co.* 


103 




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CONNECTICUT 

REGISTER 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

1819: 



BEING THE FORTT THIRD OF THE IN- 
DEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 

STATES. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 
BY NATHAN DABOLL. 



COMPILED UNDER THE INSPECTION OF THE SECRETARY JF&l 
OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 



{ Ms 



NEW-LONDON : 
PRINTED ANi; jsOLDBY SAMUEL GREEN, 



OBSERVATION. 



THE hour of the night is, many* times, more Con- 
veniently estimated by the moon's southing, than 
by her rising ai>d sitting. 

To find the moon'* southing : 

RULE, 

Add three hours to the time of high water on any 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

win have the true time of the moon's southing tor that 

day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the length of the day ; and double the 
time of the mail's rising will be the length of the night* 

Chronological* Cycles for the year 1819, 

Dominical Letter, C j Solar Cycle, 8 

Lunar Cycle or "> - - | Roman Iwdiction, 7 

Golden Number, > " Julian Period, 6532 

Epact, 4 j 

Names and Characters of the Planets. 
© or <v> Sol or Sim. )& Herschel. \ Saturn. ■ 
©or 5 Luna or Moon. % Jupiter. % Mais. 
<J) Tellas, or Earth. 9 Yenus. $ Mercury. 



Names and Characters of the Aspects. 

6 Conjunction, or Planets situated in the same 
longitude. 

n Quartile, when they are SO degrees distant 
from each other. 

$ Opposition, when they are 180 degrees dis- 
tant. 

A Trine, irtaa they are 120 degrees distant. 

% Sextile, is when two planets or stars are 60 de« 
grces distant. 



eclipses m me year iviy. 

| HERE will be four Eclipses this year, in the 
following Order viz : 

1. The first will be of the Moon, April the 
10th, at 8h. 18m. in the morning ; invisible 

2. The second will be a large eclipse of the, 
sun. April 24th in the morning, (visible if the air 
be clear,) by calculation and orthographic projec- 
tion, as follows : 

H. M. 

Beginning at 5 12} Apparent 

Middle G 10 Y time in the 

End 7 9 S morn ins. 

* o 

The whole duration 1 h. 57 m. Quantity of 
greatest obscuration, 9 1-4 digits on the sun's 
northern limb. 

3. The third will be of the Sun, September 
19th at 8 h. 6 m. in the morning, but by reason of 
the moon's high northern latitude, the Penumbra 
will not reach the Diurnal path of our vertex, con- 
sequently the eclipse will be invisible to us. 

4. The fourth will be of the Moon, October 
3d, at 10 h. 35-m. in: the morning, consequently in- 
visible to us. ^ ^r*.oo 



F 



FREEMEN'S MEETINGS. 



REEMEN'S MEETINGS throughout the State 
of Connecticut, are held annually on ;he third Mon- 
day in September, and on ihe Monday following, tl>e 
tir^t Tuesday in April. 



/ CAiSL.is.8h&cotng Hie dtjfertnct oj Jttigri-Wuttr at 

several filaces from J\env-l,or,dQn» 
HT^HTC ftxth column of each monthly page {hews the 
i time of High-water at New-London, New- York, 
Slizabethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove. Cape-Henlopen> 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, end Brupfwfck, in North-Caro- 
i-,na — to which if you add and fubtract as in the annexer 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
lowing places.— (A) (hews that the annexed quantities 
of time mud be added ; (S) fubtra&ed — (H) ftands foi 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



Names of 'Place* 




H 


Albany 


A 


6 


Am boy 


S 


o 


Annapolis, Mar. 


S 


2 


Annapolis, Novf. 


A 


3 


New- Bedford 


S 


r 


Bofton 


A 


2 


Burlington 


A 


O 


Can'o 


A 


2 


Cape -Ann 


A 


2 


Cap e Fear 


S 


I 


Cafco Bay 


A 


2 


Char^ ft on Bar 


S 


2 


Fairfield 


A 


2 


Frederica, G^rjr/rt 


, s 


I 


Georgetown Bar 


S 


2 



Guilford 

Hackenfack 

Mali fax 

Hell Gate 

Hertford 

Hingharq 

Huntington 

Ipfwich 



lagaestown 
Kingf-own . Efo/rtf, 
Looiibou'rjrh 
Main Ocean 
IYlo!>ile-Point 
H intucket 



6 



m • ) Names of Places. 

30 1 New bury port A 

45jNew. Haven A 

,0 New Providence S 

oj New town Landing A 

i2jNorwich Landing A 

15 Penobfcot A 

2oi?enfacqla S 

5«j Philadelphia A 

45 j Pifcataway A 

o Plymouth A 

iSiPoitpels Ifland A 

20 j Port Royal, 5. C 5 

Portfmouth A 

Providence S 

Purifhurgh, S. C. S 

iQ^v.ebec A 

Recdy-Ifland A 

Rhode-liland S 

Salem A 

Sandy-Hook S 

Savn/inah S 

SayWook A 

St. AuguiUne^ B. S 

j6fSt. John's, Ncvf. A 

nbury Georgia, A 

vViTvbccBar A 

4§iwhkc Stone A 

ojwillismibufg, fa- A 

3 OTWil m i r ; , 1 n , N". C. A 



H.M 

2 45 
1 50 
X 25 

I 
o 45 



o 

2Q 

40 

45 

o 

30 

45 
Q 
c 

o 

15 

45 

i5 
45 
If 
15 

1 25 

3 P 

c 30 

o 15 
i- AS 

2 15 



JAiNUAKY h*lii 31 da^s 








ftrstqr. 3d. 3h.55m. mo. 1 L;tst qr 


19d- 4h.^5m.?no 


Full Pf\n. in). 6h. 49;iv m. | New mo. 25d- 8 


J) 23m. af. 


*jw| Calendar, Sec. |®r. |©s.|^sea.|r. jK 


l ( t>|C.r'n. Day t»r k. 5h,42ni ,7 28 


4 32 i 


5:>io 52 


2.7j7* , ssouth 8k 4m. 7 28 


4 32 2 


3t 


i 1 58 


i|C24 al. Christ's. p0j) 


7 27 


4 33 3 


£0 


mom. 


4)2 


Days increase lb* in. 


7 27 


4 33; 4 


3 


1 J 


5J3 


Epiph. Pleasant ivniho 


X'kk 


iSftj 4 


46 


2 5 


64 


for the 


7 20 


4 34 


5 


3i 


.3 9 


7J5 


Inf. 6 0§ Atnson 


7 25 


135 


6 


18 


4 14 


8*0 Victory, by G.Jacksoia 


7 24 


436 


7 


8 


5 7 


9j7 


j Apo. 3) runs high. 


7 24 


43fl 


7 


58 


6 


-IOC 


1st Sun. after epiph. 


7 23 


4 37 


3 


4S 


6 f$ 


11 


2 


lull J). ColdChUlim 


7 22 


4 33 


9 


31, 


]) rife 


12 


3 


7*'b south 3 o'cl'k. nirid 


7 22 


4 3£ 


10 


27 


5 50 


13 


4 


Day break 5h. 37m. and 


7 21 


4 39 


11 


lit 


6 47 


14 


5 


0sl. of cl'k.Qm. perkup 


7 20 


4 40 


n 


5 b 


7 50 


15 


6 


6 2/. 60ltttf *non 


7 20 


4 40 


morn 


8 54 


15 


7 


9 Stationary, w*ar (heat 


719 


4 41 





'K. 
MO 


9 57 


n 


C 


2d after epiph, day> 


7 18 


142 


1 


19 


It 


18 


2 


Remember tjbe poor. 


7 17 


4 43 


2 


\ 


morn 


19 


3 


5 Stationary. D0J. 


7 16 


444 


2 


46 


10 


20 


4 


0#nters^2 l i. 41m. aft 


I 15 


4 45 


3 


33 


1 24 


21 


5 


Day break 6h. 30m. 


7 14 


44b 


4 


26 


2 40 


226 


Expect .severe cold weath 


7 13 


447 


5 


24 


3 56 


23!7 


er if not snow at hand. 


7 12 


448 


6 


27 


5 14 


24C 


3d af. Epiph. Dperige* 


7 11 


4 49 


7 


34 


6 18 


25 2 


Couver.St.Paul. 6 © J 


7 10 


4 50 


8 


40 


J sets 


2B3 


7 # 's south 7 h.lm.fh. tide* 


7 9 


45i 


9 


43 


5 43 


274 


Qslow iff clock 1 1m. 


7 8 


452 


10 


4 1 


7* 2 


2$'h 


y runs low. Grows more 


7 7j453 T n 


3i 


8 20 


29 6 Days incr. 43m. pleasant 


7 6 1 54 'aft. 


2r 


9 30 


30 7 K. Charles 1st, Martyr, 


7 5155 


1 


r 


40 


MC 4 aft. Ei)?p. 9 Or. Etc«if> 7 4*1 -5e: 


V 


4« 


i4- 48 



FEBRUARY hath 28 rUys 


FiWtqr. Id, 8h. 37m. ait. 


Lab', qr. I7u. 3h. 52m. af. 


Full m. lOd. lh 23'^.Tnor. 


New in.?4d. 7& 


.6m, mor, 




wj Calendar, &c. ©r.|©s|i*« 


sea.|r. 3 s. 


I 


U 


Jay o k .oh.2ziB.nO D 


7 3 


457j 2 


33 morn 


2 




Pur if B V M. 


7 2 


4 58 3 


11 


50 


3 


4 


Qsiow of clock 14m. 


7 1 


4 59 4 


e 


1 52 


1 


5 


7*s south 6h. 20m 


6 59 


5 lj 4 


5t 


2 55 


56 


1) Apogee. D runs high. 


5 58 


5 2 5 


4e 


3 5i 


6 


7 


Days increase lh. §m 


6 57 


5 3 6 


3H 


4 47 


7 


c 


fej^tuages, Suud. 


656 


5 4 1 


28 


5 33 


8 




Day break 5h 16m. 


651 


5 6 8 


17 


6 19 


9 


3 


CoM blu^t c riii* 


6 53 


5 7; 9 


4 


7 5. 


10 


4 


&ml\ 5 . weather, 


65. 


5 8j 9 


49 


J) rise 


: 15 


I mihQ. but soon 


65* 


5 9j 10 


32 


6 44 


\'%p 


gro7i)s mare 


6 4V* 


5 lljll 


14 


7 47 


13; 7 


% with !y moderate 


6 48 


5 !2;!1 


5b 


8 59 


UJC 


Sexages. Valentines da\ 


6 47 


;5 )3' mora 


10 


15J2 


ric.isam weather 


6 4b 


j5 m! o 


40 


i 1 10 


l8"3 


for the season. 


6 4 4 


|5 1 6 1 


26 


morn. 


1*4 


3 0). <$y bi*k 5h.5m. 


6 13 


5 17 


2 


lb 


20 


i& 


i> rims low. 


6 42 


5 1 8 


3 


11 


1 31 


19*6 


O enters X 5'i. nloro. 


3 40 


5 20 


4 


11 


2 5) 


20 7 


D Perigee. 


6 3<- 


3 21 


5 


14 


3 56 


21 C 


Quinquage?. Simd. 


638 


5 22 6 


L9 


5 


22J2 


^ ^orm near a/ 


6 36 


5 241 7 


22 


6 5 


23'3 


Tides swell. /ifl/i// 


'6 35 


5 2S\ 8 


21 


7 10 


21 4 


Ash Wed. St. Matthias. 


6 34 


5 26 9 


H 


D sets 


25J5 


[6* D^O^. 


6 32 


5 28IT0 


7 


7 6 


2oj() 


Qslow of clock. 13m. 


63i 


5 29 1 


54 


8 16 


277 


Days length 111). 


6 30 


5 30,11 


40 


9 27 


28JC 


i$\ Simd. in Lent. 


6 28 


5 32 aft. 


26j 


10 37 


The Planet VeuusJ[ 9 ) *fM be Morning: J 


Star untill 


9th October, then evening it tar to the end of the year.. 



First cjrt. 3d. 3h.44m. aft. 
Full mo- lid. 6h.l5m. r.f. 



MARCH hath 31 days. 



Last (jr. 18d.llh 54.rtuai 
New mn.25d.6h, 37m af. 



m|w| Calendar, Sec. 



6 27,5 33 



8 

9j 
10 
11 

12|6 
13 



14 

15 

ie 
i 

1.8 

1 

20 
2 J 

22 
23 
24 
25 



Day break 4h* 48m. 

raw chilling winds. 
Osl. of c*. 11 in. n© j) 
D runs high. 
3> Apo. D with polIux ^< 
7*'s set 1 Hi 57m, 
2d in Lent. $ G. elotig 

Expect a cqUI 
Day br'k 4h .3 J mi storm 

of snow 
6 O h • 1?mB 5 * *" ramt 6 1 3 
Grcg.ui'yr. near this timcX> l 2 
russet] I h.30m without 0\Q 



t5 25 5 35 
6 24 5 36 

6 2315 37 
8 21J5 3G 



6 20 
6 19 
617 
9 Hi 
014 



5 4i 

3 4 

5 4 

4 

5 47 

5 4 a 

5 50 



K sea.h*. ^ a 



tl 44 

ffion. 

4ft 



3557 

5 5f 
559 
0, 

6 

6 3l 

6 5 
6 



3d ha Lent. <5 h y.fail 6 

Grows more pleat ant 6 7 5 53 

O slow of clock 8in. 6 6 5 54 

Dw^sant.Sup. 6 0$ &* 5J5 5 

HOD Mustering weaih 6 

6JDay break 4h.20m. er,6 

7 and perhaps flights of 6 

C 4th in Lent. J Pet. mm 6 

2 (0en. T 5b.47m. mora. 5 58 

3 High tides. 5 57 

4 7*'sset lOh. 49m. 5 55 

5 Annun.B.V.M. 6 3 $!&54 
26j6 pleasant [ 6 O > J 5 5 2 1> 8, 
27 7 Day br.4h.llsi. wm?.hcr5 5 5 Qii 

C 5th in Lent. /*r //itf !5 50 6 1 oj 1 

2 sea* on. 5 48 6 !2ji 

3 # Stationary D09 ,5 47 6 \3b\ 

4 7*'s set lOh 29m. 5 4S?615' 



5 

6 

7 

7 

a 

a 

9 

m A': 

ii 2r 

atofNj 

13 

1 IS 

2 S 

3 12 

4 15 

5 17 

6 15 

7 10 
8 

8 50 

9 37 

23 

1 9 
1 «R 
fi.4$ 
1 4> 



4£ 

5-! 



-M 



i 

2 
9 

4 
4 
5 

6 Hi 
3 ridrj 

6 47 

7 W 
9 

li 31 
norn. 

44J 

1 50 

2 5: 

3 49 
41 

4 5?, 

5 38 
j)set? 

7 K 

8 

9*33 
10 40 
il 43 
mom 



First qr. 2d. lib. 32m» m. Last qr. ird.'6h. Om. m« 
Fuil m. 10rJ 8h. 18m. mo. New m. 24d. ?h. lm. m. 



m|w| Calendar, kc, j(v)ri |@s.|F.sea 



i 5 3> Apog. day br. 4h.2m.5 44 
2 6i5 wi.^spoIIux.DO 5-5 42 



3 7 jLow tides. [}) hiph. 5 41 

4(0.6 inLeat.palmS. variable 5 40 
5 38 
5 37 
5 36 
534 
5 33 
5 31 



10 
U 
12 
13(3 

14 



6 16 
618 
619 
6 20 
6 22 
6 23 
6 24 
6 26 
6 27 
6 29 



9 rise 3b. 56m. weather 
7**ssetl0h Am Pleasant 
Day br. 3b. 54m. for the 
©slow of cl- 2m seaaen. 
GoodFriday. CoolJST.W. 
J) eclps. Full 9 winds 
Easter Sun days iric«4h.f5 30 6 30 
E.Mon.Freemaii's naeci 5 29 6 3 1 
E Tues. } wi ■* s antare* 5 27 6 33 
flying clouds [ $ G.elon. 5 26 6 34 

15 5 > Perigee ]) run* high. £25 6 35 

1 6 6 attended with show- 5 24 6 36 

17 7 HO 3 ^rs of rain 5 22 638 

18 C l ait. Easter. Low fcuu 5 2i 6 39 

19 2 Day br. 3b. 31 ra. 5 20 6 40 

20 3 ©en.«6h 3m, aft. 5 i 8 6 42 

2 1 4 Pleasant weather hut 5 17 6 43 
225 ^Sta.T^ssetOh 4m.3oe«5 1C644 
23^ T wtVt en *h.35m.clouds 5 15 645 

24 7 ©eclips. 6 © J> up/or a\5 13 6 47 

25 C 2d aft. Easter, storm J5 12 6 48 

26 2 near this time. 5 11649 

27 3 O fast of clock 2 m. 5 10 6 50 

28 4 Easter term begins. 5 8 6 52 
5 3) Apog. D runs low. 5 7 6 53 

fto'o Life \9 short. k 616 54 



32 
24 
U 
4 
5C 

6 35 

7 18 

8 1 

8 45 

9 31 

10 21 

11 14 
morn. 





\ ])s. 
*0 38 



36 
1 


30 


25 
49 
13 



13 
16 
19 
18 
12 

3 
5 i 
3? 
23 

9 

56 

45 

36 

aft. 29 

1 22 

2 1 



5 rise 

8 11 

9 28 
10 45 

1 55 
moro 



D sets 

8 32 

9 36 

10 41 

11 46] 
more 

25 



MAY, hath 3) days 



"Last qr. i6d.llh.30m.roo. 
N ew rao, 23d.8h. 15ut. af. 



irst qr. 2d. 6li.26.n.mo. 
Full moon 9d.7h 19m. at. 



First quarter SI day l lh. 20m. after noon 
Calendar* &c. j{ffri.|(v)s.|F~.sea 



M W 



'T* 



2C 



% 9 



\nr **~.wi , 



StPeter & Jas, 6 
3d in Lent. n0 D 
Day break 3b. 6m. 

pleasant weather 
G.EleCjNewp. Shower* 5 
St. John, evan. w 4 
0fast of clock 3m. seme 4 
7*'s sets 8h. />/«<*« 4 

4th af. Easter. £ © j) . 4 
Tides swell. Expect a 4 
Day br. 2h. 56ai. storm & 
3) low. wear //m6 IiW 4 
3 peri. G.Elec. Hartford. 4 
2 rise 3h. 20ra. 4 

Pleasant weather, 4 
5th af. Eas. D05, 4 
$? Stationary. 4 

Dwith^. 4 

Days length, l4h. 23m. 4 
Ascension. 3) with $ 4 
Qeut.n 5h. 25m. alter 4 
Coo/ Norther ty breezes. A 
''tin. af. Ascen. 6 0)4 
Pleasant but raker dry. 4 
Q fast of clock 3m. 4 
G Eiec.Boston 2 high. 4 
DAp. ^with^spollux 4 
Day break 2h. 30m. 1 
Warm pleasant weather. 4 
Whit Swwday. |4 



5 

4 

2 

1 



59 

58 

57 

56 

55 

54 

S3 

52 

51 

50 

49 

48 



6 55 
6 56 
6 58 
9 59 



47J7 13 
467 14 
457 15 
44'7 16 
43717 
42J7 1& 
42 7 18 
41-7 10 
407 20 
39|7 21 
3972* 
33 7 22 
37 7 23 



3 

49 
34 

17 
59 



6 42 
27 

15 

4 



7 

8 

9 
10 
11 6 
morn 

10 



1 
49 
12 
35 
56 
17 
49 

2 



6 22 



7 6 

7 52 

8 40 

9 30' 
10 22 
13 15 
aft. 6 

5d 

1 43 



3) ris* 

8 28 

9 41 

10 54 

11 5b 
morn. 

39 



12 
45 

1 
30 
50 

9 



2 28 



1 
1 
2 

2 
2 

a 

3 32 

5 pets 

8 30 

9 26 

10 20 
H 2 

11 42 
'^orr>. 

7 



Pali mo. 8d.3h.43m. mo 
Lastqr. 14d. 5h.47m. aft 
w 



J U JN K hath 3*) days. 



New mo.22d.10h.14m .m 
First qr. 30d. lh. 41m. af. 



Calendar, &c. |©n.|©s.|F.sea|r. Ds 



Ij3 

3J5 

4!6 

5\1 

6C 

7*2 

8J3 

94 

10 ! 5 

ll|6 

12 7 

13JC 

142 

15;3 

I6|4 

1715 

18'b- 

197 

20|€ 

212 

^22|3 

23J4 

24!5 

25,'G 

267 

27.C* 

232 

29!3 



VViia Tites. 
O fast clock 2tn. 
Day break 2h. 22m. 
Pleasant weather, somi 
7 #, srise 3h. morn, warn 
Trinity Sund. of rain 
T) withes an tares. 
Full ft. 

very high tides. j)Iow. 
j) Perigee, very warm 
weather, attended with 



136 7 24, 



138 7 24! 
4 36J7 25| 
4 3517 25] 
4 34J7 281 
4 34J7 26 
4 33:7 27 
4 337 27 
4 32 7 28 
4 32|7 28 
4 31,729 



Da f br 2h. 1 4m. thunder: A 3 1,7 29 1 

1 -af Tr. <? $ . *fcbm$ 4 3 1|7 29 1 
D vvlthb • O0). 4 31J7 29 2 
7*'s rise 2b. 34m. mom. 4 3 i|7 29 3 

A-gromng 4 3 Ij7 29 4 

} with % . season but «:4 30:7 30 5 

g-oocf shower would be 4 3a! 7 30 5 

Day br. 2h 12tti. r^'4 30*7-36 G 

2 after Trin. agreeable A 307 30 7 
Loogest days. J4307 30 
Oe.£52h.59m.m GQ^ 4 307 30 9 
Com. Union Col. 4 30 7 30] 9 54 
St. Jokn Baptist }high.|430 ti 30jl0 46 
]) Apogee J£*/>rrt ;-13o;7 30,1I 34 
QsLoJ'cI. 2m. rain ttttzr4 30.7 30 

3 after Trin. this ftw*. 430790 

Pleasant weather 4 31 ! 7 29 



4 

5 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
morn. 

2 



52 
34 
17 
2 
51 
46 
46 
51 
5 



3>rise 
& 39 

10 2 1 

11 10 
1! 44 
morn. 

10 
32 
53 
I 
1 



30L 



n 

43 

2 10 

2 36 

3 4 

Dseis 

8 58 

9 34 
10 10 

aft. 19J11 35 
1 2jlL 
1 43J11 21 



St Pet.agrow7'tt& 'j«Mtt*.431j729j 2 25(11 42, 
Trin. term end? n^> 3 43'! t29 3 5 , nroTn 



JULY hath 31 clays. 



mo. 7d. 10h.33m. mo. 
qr. 14d. 2h. 6m. mo- 



New mo. 22d. lh.Om. mo. 

First qr. 300 . lh. 21m mo, 

Calendar. Sec. |©ri.|©s.JF.S€a.|r }7, 



1 


: 'l 


2 


> 


3 


7 


4 


c 


5 


■ ) 


I 


) 


i 


1 


g 


5 


9 


() 





7 


i 


c 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


I 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


c 


9 


a 





5 


2 


1 

5 


;? 


6 


i 


7 


; 


C 


i 


2 


t 


i 


(• 


5 





6 


LI 


7 



6 5.7*'8ri.lb.27ui,m 
Visita. tt.V.M. 

Warm sultry weather 
fndepeori, some want oj 
3 runs low. ratn &«£ 
bay br. 2h. 19m wtfj 
D Per. unusual high fid. 
7 #, snse lh.ro. [<?0 3 
©si. of'cl. 4m. not last 
Day 's decrea. I Oin long. 
5th Snnd. after Trin. 
D with!) 

7*'s rise Oh. 33m morn. 
□ 01). 

day break 2h. 30ra 
9 rise 3h. morn. 
very warm and perhaps 
6th af, Trin. - thunder. 
?*Yrise Oh. 14ra. morn 
j) runs high. 



J Apog. _> with >fcs pol!.]4 
i0 j. w\ow expect & 
Qent & Ih. 43m mor 4 
a soaking rain near 4 
7 af.TrJDog days begin. 4 
ffo's tune. 4 
day br. 2h. Hni. 4 

©blow of clock 5m. 4 
Days dec reuse 40 m 4 

-Q0J. 4 

lie just and r ear not, *4 



31 

32 
32 
32 
33 
33 
34 
34 
3*5 
35 
36 

3 7 
37 
38 
39 
39 
40 
4 
4 
42 
43 
44 
45 
40 
At 
47 

4 8 
49 
50 
51 
52 



7 29 

7 23 

7 28 

7 28 

7 27 

7 27 

7 20 

726 

7 25 

7 25 

24 

23 

7 23 

22 

7 21 

721 

7 20 

719 

19 

18 

17 

16 

15 

14 

U 

13 

12 

11 

10 



3 43 



7 

7 9 
7 8 



4 34 


5 24 


6 21 


7 33 


8 30. 


9 37 


10 40 


11 39 


morn. 


33 


1 22 


2 9 


2 54 


3 39 


4 25 


5 14 


6 4 


6 55 


7 47 


8 38 


9 2? 


10 13 


10 57 


11 &a 


aft 19 


1 


I 41 


2 25 


3 12 


4 5 



3 

22 

48 

1 16 

2 2 
2 46 

]) ripe 
9 10 



10 29 
10 52 



13 
35 



morn. 
! 

34 

1 7 

1 53 

2 39 

3 25 
j) sets 

8 37 

8 59 

9 23 
9 43 

10 1 
26 
10 51 



Full moon 5d.5h. lCm. af. 
Lastqr. 12d. In. 26m. af 



New m. 20; i. 4h.26rn.af 
FVst qr. 23d, i0b.4Qrn.nn 



M|W 

22 
33 
44 
55 



Calendar, kc. )© ri . ■( @ s 



: *; 



7 

&;c 

!0;3 
114 
I2'5 
13j6 
14 7 
15|C 
0;2 
7 ! 3 
4 



8af.Tr.7*s rise 1 1 h. 19iu. 4 53 
Day break 2h. 54m. U 54 
D ruos low. Nowkcklbb 
i> Perigee, Git t for rain. 4 56 
very high tides. <?OD ;4 57 
Trans, c t our Lord nearp 59 
' # sri.lOh.56m this time. 5 
9th after IV n. J) with ^ *5 1 
Days deer. In. 4m. 5 2 

9 rise3h.44ra Attack en 5 3 



F.sea. r. J) s 



5 
8 
7 
3 
9 
10 
Oill 



659 
6 58 
657 



Nights grow cookr.[Sum[5 4>6 56 
Oslow«fcl 4m QO>! 5 * 
Day bieak 3h. 14m 
?*'3 rise I Oh. 29m. 
10 af.Triu. j) runs high 



5 7 

8 
5 9 



norc. 



Pretty warm aridperhaps\5 10 
2) wi.fM poilux. thunder. 5 1 1 

18 4 DApog. Cora.Middlcb.5 12 

19 5 Now rvc hafrc 5 14 

20 9 6 G D • « s/tftf Sfjfa* 
1 7 pleasant weather. 
2Cll.a.TrOe.^8h. mo. 

232 Days fehnrt'd. lli 40m. 
24 3 St. Bartho). §Siatioa. 
£5|4 Com. Cam. & Dartin 
2t)[5 »7**s rise Oh. 44m. 
27 6 Cool mornings fattening* 
&6[? \malhir rather unsettled. 
29'CjSt, Angustine. nGD- 
30,2 plow. May the God o< 
i) 3 harvest ble.^sTour Inborn 



655 

6 53 

6 52 

651 

650J 

649 

6 48 

6 46 

5 15j6 45 

5 16J6 44 

5 18 6 42 

5 19641 

5 20;6 40 

5 2l|639 

5 23^37 

5 24*6 36 

5 25,6 35 

$27j633 

5 28 6 32 

5 2PA31 



1 
47 
34 
22 

10 

l 



52 

45 

6 36 

7 26 
3 14 

8 59 
41 



IIOI'D " 

33 

1 3 

2 38 
])risf 

8 1 
8 27 
5^ 
If 

t 
33 

1 

:i 47 
morn 

35 

1 31 

2 30 

3 24 
2 set 



51 
10 
30 
50 
16 
41 
27 
14 



morn 
n 



SEPTEMBER hath TO day*. 


"ull m .4 I. 04. 53,n. m. 


Nevv in- 19a 6jw 5m. nior. 


j^st qr. ltd 4h. llttu m. 


First qr. 264.. 6a 16m, af. 


i|*| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|{v)s.|F.sea.|r. } a 


1 


4} 


]) Pei.C'uni.Pr«AW.Cu!.5 3V 


6 2^ 


7 7 


1 33 


2 


5 


7*'sri*e 9h. 18sn 14' 32 


6 28 


8 6 


2 5q 


3 


8 


«fQ5. dog days cod. 5 3:< 


8 27 


9 1 


3 59 


4 


7 


FiiJl© tides swell. 


5 35 


6 25 


9 53 


)ris^ 


6 


C 


13: ;i after Trin. 


5 3(; 


8 24 10 42 


7 22 


6 


I 


Days shortened 2h.l4m 


537 


3 23 11 31 


7 47 


7 


3 


Day break 3b. 54m. 


5 39 


6 ^Irporn. 


8 11 


8:4 


Na.B.V.M Corn ? N.IK 


5 40 


13 2o! 20 


8 41 


d\b 


A tpett 


5 4] 


3 10 j 1 9 


9 10 


06 


©fast of clock 3rn. of 


5 43 


6 17j 2 


9 53 


fa 


n O D . 2>higb.p/#!S4«f 5 44 


6 16i 2 53 


10 37 


21 C 


14th alter Trio weather 5 45 


% 15 3 48 


11 21 


32 


J ffith ^ pollux. a6ow^ 


547 


G 13' 4 38 


morn. 


43 


7*s rise $1*, 34m ///^ 


5 48 


6 12' £ 29 


29 


54 


</av?. 


5 49 


6 116 18 


1 32 


6,5 


3) Apog. i*c| scon clouds 


55! 


6 9' 7 4 


2 3f> 


7|6 


up for a storm, tihich 


3 52 


3 Si' 7 43 


3 30 


37 


3 w ith 9 is Agar a/ Zianrf fi> 54 


6 6 8 30 


4 42 


9 ! C 


'.5af.Tr.O<-c!ip. <5 Q;2 \i 55 


tf 5 9 11 


J sets. 


to 


2 


7*s rise 3»i.' 13m. [5 5GG 49 52 


6 44 


> 


3 


StMatth. Fiying clout'Jb hWfi 210 35 


r% e 


12 


4 


an/i something ivindy 


5 59(0 ljli 20 


7 27 


►3 


5 


Oen^4h.56.r^5X>,eio 


6 


6 Waft. 8 


7 58 


J4 





A r o/t? « spell 


6 £ 


5 b8; ) 1 


j 8 28 


>5 


7 


Daybreak 4 fa. 24m 


6 3 


5 53J 1 59: 9 2' 


'6 


c 


l'6ih alter Trin. a © j> 6 4 


5 56 


3 01 !0 11 


!7 


2 


of fine liteasanl :6 6 


5 54 


4 2fll 23 


!8 3 


O fast of cl.Qai. weather; § 7 


5 53 


5 4Jmeri) 


!9J4 


Days length lib. 42ni.6 9 


5 51 


6 2 4 1 


to ! 5 ! >$erige& 6 10'5 50 6 57. 2 <> 



Full m. 3d. lOh. 35m. nu 


New m. 18d. lih. 8m. at. 


Last qr. lO.i.lGh.lOm af. 


First qr. 26c] 


i. lh. 7m. r»» 


m|w| Calendar, &cc. |©ri« 


©s. 


F.sea. 


r.D s- 


i a 


Day break 4h. 35m. 


6 12 


5 48 


7 «3 


3 20 


2 7 


7*srise 7h. 30m. 


013 


5 47 


8 39 


4 28 


3C 


/ 17 ai.Trin.Jccli.^© > 


6 14 


5 46 9 28 


D rise 


4 2 


©fast of clock lira. 


6 lb 1 


544J10 17 


a 19 


53 


Make tender conscience 


G17 


5 43,11 6 


6 48 


4 


: Your unerring jjaide, 


6 18 


5 42 


11 58 


7 17 


75 


Instead of custom, 


e 20 


5 40 


morn. 


7 57 


se 


Bigotry and pride. 


621 


5 39 


5) 


8 37 


en 


[yiip. 6 © $ . £0?^ 


6 22 


5 38 


1 45 


9 32 


10( 


: 18 aft. Trio. D0). 


6 24 


5 36 


2 39 


10 27 


n 2 


\ ilow tides. ram wfar J0 25 


5 35 


3 31 


11 24 


lj ; 2 


» 1 5 A pogee, flit (tn^! lO $7 


5 33 


4 20 


morn. 


13 


ti?*s. rise 6b, 50ui. lb 28 


5 32 


5 7 


30 


\4'l 


jt'hij! br. 4b. 52 r*. [tj 2'j 


5 31 


5 52 


I 33 


\5( 


1 d'qJ. j3 ,<./?<>// of clear. 3 1 


5 29 


6 34 


2 37 


16' 


( cool weather '6 32 


5 28 


7 15 


3 41 


17 ( 


3 19th after Trin. a&*w/633 


5 27 


7 57 


4 45 


IB: 


2 St. Luke. 6 Q J. ifei(3 35 


5 25 


8 39 


1)sfU 


19 C 


J 7 # s rise Bh. 27m. alter. J6 31) 


5 24 


9 24 


5 39 


20 - 


I Superior 6 Q^ time m 37 


5 23 


jO 12 


6 7 


2! i 


? Cool fro.iy nighti. Sc 39 


521 


11 4 


6 36 


22 ( 


3 D runs iuw. [0 40 


5 2u 


aft. 1 


7 26 


23' 


7 Q enters tjj>, 16 41 


5 10 


1 1 


8 15 


24 < 


320th after Trinity. 56 43 


5 17 


2 3 


9 26 


25 i 


I Days length lOh. 32m. J6 44 


5 It] 


3 4 


10 36 


26: 


5 ©fast oic]J5m.D© J> ! 6 45 


5 1 5, 4 Q 


11 46 


27 


!• J perigee. 


a 4 7 


5 13, 4 57 


morn 


28, 


5 S(. Simon & Jude. 


6 48 


5 i2j 5 4ti 


1 16 


29 


(3 GWf/ weather 


6 40 


5 116 30 


2 27 


30. 


7 /br tfo? reason. 


5o 


5 10; 7 24 


3 38 


it 


C21et wftef Trinity. M;52 


5 8 1 8 H 


4 40 



NOVEMBER hath 30 days 



r ul'. in. id.lOh. 45m. mor. 


New m. 174. Oh. 54m. aft. 


ijw 


qr. 9d. 6h. 32m. aft. 


First qr\ 24d. 8h. 18m. m. 


| Calendar, &c. |©ri |0s.|K sea. rjs. 


l]2,AIIS«.in.DO^.i>0 3 


653 5 7 


9 


3 rise 


2 3!day break 5h. 15m. 


6 54 


5 6 


9 50 


5 19 


3 4 


JV-^w for/i^f fttavj 


6 55 


5 5 


10 43 


5 56 


45 


[©fast of clock 16m. 


657 


5 3 


11 37 


6 33 


5 6 \f rests about this time 
6J7 fD with* Pollux 3 high 


6 58 


5 2 


■morn. 


7 24 


6 59 


5 1 


31 


3 10 


7C'22daf. Trin. 


7 


5 


1 24 


9 18 


• 2 


looks likely for rain. 


7 1 


4 59 


2 15 


10 2! 


93 


3 Apogee ,nO 3 . verj 


7 2 


4 58 


3 3 


11 24 


0|4 


[low tides. 


7 3 


4 5* 


3 48 


morn 


1 ! 5 


St. Mai tin. Now o 


7 54 55 


4 30 


25 


2,6 ! spell of 


7 6 4 54 


5 11 


1 27 


3;7 | warm moderate 


7 7J4 53 


5 52 


2 2t> 


4JCi23daf.Tr. weather and 


7 8|4 52 


6 33 


3 34 


5 2 | perhaps ruin 


7 9 


451 


7 16 


4 40 


6J3 jTmst in God. , 


7 10 


4 50 


8 3 


5 44 


7;4'ofastofcJJ4m d©> 


711 


4 49 


8 54 


3 sets 


8 5 7*s south 12 o'clock. 


7 12 


4 48 


Q 50 


5 16 


96 


day br. 5h 30m. 


7 13447 


10 50 


6 14 


07 


>nms low. 


7 14:4 46 


1.1 53 


7 11 


i|c 


24 tli aft. Tri». 


7 15J4 45 


aft. 5Q 


8 27 


22 


jPer.Qe. ;9h.36ra.m 


7 164 44 


*l 55 


9 43 


3,3 


P»ys shortened 5h 34m 


7 li:4 43 


2 51 


10 59 


44 


n0D. 


7 18!4 42 


3 42 


morn. 


55 


day br. 5\u 35m. 


? 18:4 42 


4 30 


15 


dQ 


7*9 south 11 h. 26m. 


7 194 41 


5 16 


1 26 


?fl 


Weather grows cold 


7 20j4 40 


6 2 


2 37 


3.'C 


Advent Sund and snow 


7 21J4 39 


6 48 


3 40 


« 


may be 


7 22J4 38 


7 36 


5 4 


) 3 'St. Andv. expected soon* 


7 22 4 33 


8 27 


5 



jFuil 


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JLast qr. 9d. 3h. 42m. aft. S Firs. qr. 23d, 4h 


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Full moan 31 day 6a. 


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mornln 


m]\\ 


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sea |r. >*.' 


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4 


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7 23 


4 37 


9 


20 


J rise 


2 


5 


7 # s, south !lli. 8m. 


7 23 


4 37 


10 


H 


5 6 


3 


6 


©last clock 8m. 


7 24 


4 36 


il 


8 


6 3 


4 


7 


cold sour weather. 


7 25 


4 35 


mom 


7 1 


5 


Q 


2d Sund. in Ativent. 


7 25 


4,35 





1 


8 1 


6 


2 


5 Apogee. (5gr. Elong. 


7 26 


4 34 





49 


9 


7 


3 


Be r rue to your friend* 


7 26 


4 34 


i 


34 


10 4 


3 


4 


Concep B.V M. 


7 27 


4 33 


2 


17 


U 8 


95 


a0), Cold blustering 


7 23 


4 32 


2 


58 


mam 


106 


weather and 


7 28 


4 3*i 


3 


38 


11 


111/ 


perhaps flight 8 of snow. 


7 29 


431 


4 


19 


1 Q 


J2JC 


3d in Advent. 


729 


4 3) 


4 


58 


2 9 


13J2 


7*s south 1Gb. 12m. 


I2S 


4 31 


5 


42 


3 10 


14|3 


(£} last clock 5*n. 


729 


43) 


6 


30 


4 27 


15J4 


JYorv expect a cold 


7 29 


4 3! 


7 


24 


5 44 


I6J5 


□ 0*2 i0|- *torm 


7 30 


4 3r 


8 


23 


6 58 


17 6 


60). of snow or rain. 


7 30 


4 30 


9 


20 


D set*. 


1*7 


day break 5ii. 44m. 


7 30 


4 30 


10 


30 


5 55 


19JC 


4th in Adv. J Perigee 


7 30 


4 3fi 


11 


32 


7 20 


202 


Afore moderate. 


7 30 


4 30 


ift. 


42 


8 45 


2ij3 


St. Thomas. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 


26 


9 58 


22J4 


O enters V? 10h. morn. 


780 


4 30 


2 


16 


li 12 


23j5 


6©$. n©D. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 


3 


mon.. 


24 


6 


Con.*R.I.settl\11625. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 


48 


19 


25 


I 


Chri&traas. 7*s s.9h. 1 9m 


7 30 


4 30 


4 


34 


I 27 


20 


C 


St. Stephen. 


7 30,4 30 


5 


21 


2 33 


27 


2 


51 John, 


7 29*4 31 


6 


9 


3 50 


28 


3 


Innocents. 


7 29J431 


7 


1 


4 56 


?9 4 


D runs high. 


7 29(431 


7 


bs 


6 


3015 


Have you not Jived the 


7 28f432 


8 


47 


7 8 


31'6 


Full @. last year in vain ! 7 28 }4 3*1 


9 


40 


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1? 

T A B L E y 

wing the value -of any number ol Cents, from otet 
■ one hundred, in shillings, pence and farthings. 



0; a./. 


cts 


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lets 


9, 


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s. d.f* 


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26 


1 


6 3 


151 





03 


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1 2 


27 


I 


7 2 


52 


3 


1 2 


77'4 7 2 


2 3 


28 


1 


8 1 


53 


3 


2 1 


78 


4 8 1 


3 c 


29 


I 


9 


54 


3 


3 


79 


4 9 


3 3 


30 


1 


9 2 


55 


3 


3 2 


80 


4 9 2 


C 4 1 


31 


I 


10 1 


56 


3 


4 1 


81 


4 10 1 


5 


32 


1 


11 


57 


3 


5 C 


82 


4 11 


5 3 


33 


1 


11 5 


58 


3 


5 3 


83 


4 H 3 


6 2 


34 


2 


2 


59 


3 


6 1 


84 


5 2 


7 1 




2 


1 1 


60 


3 


7 


85 


5 2 1 


8 


36 


2 


2 


61 


3 


7 2 


86 


5 3 


83 


37 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 


8 1 


87 


5 3 3 


9 2 


38 


2 


3 1 


63 


3 


9 


88 


5 4 1 


10 1 


39 


2 


4 


64 


3 


9 3 


89 


5 4 3 


10 3 


40 


\> 


4 3 


65 


3 


10 2 


90 


5 5 1 


11 2 


4! 


2 


5 2 


66 


3 


11 3 


91 


5 5 3 


1 00 1 


42 


2 


6 1 


67 


4 





92 


5 6 1 


1 1 


45 


2 


7 


68 


4 


3 


93 


5 7 


i 1 3 


44 


2 


73 


69 


4 


1 1 


94 


5 7 3 


1 2 2 


45 


2 


8 2 


70 


4 


2 C 


94 


5 82 


1 3 p 


46 


2 


9 


*1 


4 


2 3 


96 


5 91 


1 3 3 


47 


2 


9 3 


72 


4 


3 2 


97 


i 9 3 


1 4 2 


;48 


2 


10 2 


73 


4 


4 2 


98 


5 10 2 


1 5 1 


49 


2 


11 1 


74 


4 


5 1 


99 


5 11 1 


1 6 (. 


|50 


3 





75 


4 


6 


100 


6 



/loney accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
ssed in Dollars or Unite, Dimes or Tenths^ 
its or Hundredths 9 and Mills or Thousandths* 
Dime being the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cent 
hundredth part of a Dollar , and a Aff# the 
>usaitdth part of a Dollar* 



a table of simple IX te&esT &t 6 \ 

For any 6um from 20s. to £1000. 



1 Moil* 


S Moil 


1 


6 Moil | A Yea 


£; 


fc d. q. 


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d. 


?* 


5. c£ q. 


*» d. 


1 


1 





3 


2 


7 


1 2 


2 


2 1 





7 





1 £ 


2 4 


3 


3 2 





io 


3 


1 9 2 


3 7 


4 


O 4 3 


1 


2 


1 


2 4 2 


4 9 


6 


6 


1 


6 





3 


6 


6 


7 


i 


& 


2 


3 7 


7 2 


7 3 1 | 2 


i 





4 2 


8 4 


§ 


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6 


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30 


3 





9 





18 


1 16 


40 


4 





12 





1 4 


2 8 


50 


5 





15 





1 10 


3 


60 


6 





18 





1 16 


3 12 


70 


7 


1 


1 





2 2 


4 4 


80 


8 


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90 


9 


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2 14 


5 8 


100 


10 G 


i 


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6 


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4 


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400 


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6 








12 


24 


500 


2 10 


7 


10 





15 a o 


30 


600 


3 


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18 


36 


700 


3 10 


10 


10 





21 


42 o: 


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4 


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24 


48 


900 


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CONNECTICUT REGISTER. 

FOR THE YEAR 1818 — 19. 

CONVENTION, 

held At Hartford in august, isis. 



His Excel'y Oliver Wolcott, President, 

James Lanman, Esq. Ink 

Robert Fairchild, Esq. 5 

DELEGATES. 

Hart To iid, Sylvester Wells, Nathaniel Terry 
Berlin, SamOel Hart, Samuel Norton 
Bristol, Bryan Hooker 
J&urfaipon, Bliss Hart 
Canton, Solomon Everest 

East* Hart fotd, Richard Pitkin, Samuel Pilfcfr* 
Eat t- Windsor, Charles J encks, .\lrner Reed 
Enfield, Henry Terry, William Dixon 
Farmington* Timothy .Pitkin, John TreadweH 
Glastenbuvy, SamuefWel!*, David E. Hubbard 
(Zranby, Sadoce Wilcox, Reuben Barker 
HarUGnd, Aaron Church, J'ohn Treat 
Marlborough, Elisha Buell 

Simabury, Elisha Phelps, Jonathan Pcttibone, jr. 
SoulUiLgton, iioger Whittlesey, Chester Grannis 
Sujfitlrf, Christopher Jones, Asahel Morse 
UtHherji^d, Stephen M, Mitchell,, Levi Lusk 



20 

Windsor > Eliakim Marshall, Josiah Phelps 

New-Haven, William Bristol, Nathan Sjailfc 

Jiranford, Eli Fowler, Jonathan Rose |$i 

Cheshire, Andrew Hull, Charles Shelton 

Derby, Joseph Kiggs 

East- Haven t Bela Farnham 

Guilford, Nathaniel GrifBng, William Todd 

Hamden, Russell Pierpont 

jyieriden, Patrick Clark 

JYliddlebury, Aaron Benedict 

Milf'ord, Benjamin Bull, Samuel B. Guna 

Nov ih- Haven* Daniel Pierpont 

Oxford, David Tomlinson 
Southbury, Shadrach Osi^orn 

Walltnqford, John Andrews, William Marks 

J¥aier6-<iry % Timon Miles, Andrew Adams 

Wolcott, Ambrose Ives 

Woodbridge, Justus Thomas, Chauncey Tolles 
New-London, Christopher Man waring, Amasa Learns^/' 
Norwich, John Turner, James Lanmau 
Mozrah, Roswell Fox 

Colchester, David Deming, John Isham, jr. 

Franklin, Joshua Hyde 

Grisxoold, Elisha J, Abel 

Qroton, Jolin Ddb'olj, William Williams 

Lisbon, Daniel Braman 

Lyme, Mo.es Warren, Ebeneser Brock^ay 

JVlontyille, Oliver jCo'mstock 

J\ or ih- Stoning ton, Chester Smith, William Jiandall, iff* 

Preston, Nathaniel Kimball, Uenison Palmer 

titonington, Willi;; m Kandall, Amos Gallup 

// ale 1 ! ford, Charles Avery. 

Faikfield, pavid Hill, Gideon Tomlinson 

J) anbury t Friend Starr, William Cook 

.iirookf/tld, Noah A. Lacy . 

Cvemr^ichy Clark Sani'ord, Enos Loekwood 

Huntington, Timothy J. Welles, William SheUoft 

Ae-iV'Canaun, Nathan Seeley 

New Fai rfie Id, S a tn u e 1 T . B a r n u m 

J^e-ivi'oivn, Gideon Botsford, James B. Fairmsm 

J\\jr\v(dh, Moses Gregory, John Eversl/ 

Jicdding, Samuel V\' "liitiu£, Lemuel Saut'or^ 



21 

ttidgejield, Joshua King, Abner Gilbert 

Vitrman, Jedidiah (Graves 

Stamford, James Stevens, Joljn Weed, jr. 

Stratford, PierpoiU Edwards, Robert t air child 

Vrumlmll, Lewis Burtrih 

Test on, Abel Gregory, Isaac Bennet 

Wilton, Erastus Sturges 

IVindham, Peter Webb, Zaccheus Waldo 

jihjord, Josias Byles, William Perkins 

Brooklyn, 'Roger VV. Williams 

Canterbury, Luther Paine, Daniel Frost 

Columbia, Silas Fuller 

Uampton, Ebenezer Griffin 

Willingly, Luther Warren, Ezra HntciLins 

Lebanon, Thomas Rabeoek, Stephen 1). Tilden- 

Wamfield, Edmond Freeman, Artemas Gurley 

Plainfield, Elias Woodward, John Duntap 

Pinnfret, Darius Malthewson, Lemuel Ingalls 

Sterling, Dixon Hall 

VhompBon, George Earned, Jonathan Nichols, jr. 

VoluntOTon, Daniel Keigwin 

Woodstock, John M'Lellan, Elias Chi!ds, 2d. 

jITCHFIeld, Oliver Wolcott, John Welch 

ttarkhamstcd, Samuel Hay den, Oliver Mills 

Bethiem, Nehemiah Lambert 

Canaan, William M. Barrnlf, William Douglas3 

Volebrook, Arab Phelps, George Pinncy 

Connvall, Philo Swift, Oliver Burn ham 

jroshen, Adino Hale, Theodore North 

T Ianvington % James Brace, Uriah Hopkins 

Kent, Lewis St. John 

lYeiv-llartjord, Aaron Austin, Jonathan Marsh 

WewJMtlford, Orange Merwin. Jehiel Williams 

TVor/btfr,' Augustus PeUibone, Josenh BaUcll 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler 

$oxbury, John Trowbridge 

Salisbury, Daniel Johnson", Samuel Church 

Sharon, Gyrus Swan, Samuel K. KvereU 

Corringto'n, Abel Hinsdale, William Battel) 

Varrcn, John TaHmfcdge 

Vaahington, Mermanus Marshall* Ensign ftualtnetl 

'Yutertown, Amos Baldwin 



22 

Winchester , Levi Piatt, Joseph Miller 

Woodbury , Nathaniel Perry, Daniel Bacon 

Middletown, Alexander Wolcott, Joshua Stow 

Haddam, Ezra Brainard, Jonathan Huntington. 

Chatham, Enoch Sage, Benjamin liud 

Durham, Thomas Lyman, Lemuel Guernsey 

East-Baddam, Solomon Blakeslee, Wm, Hungerfont 

Jiilliiig-ivortti) Qeorge Elliot, Dan Lane 

Saybruok, Clark Nott a Elisha Sill 

Tolland, Ashbell Chapman, Eliphalct Young, 

Bolton, Saal Alvord, jr. 

Coventry, Jesse lioot^ Ellsha Edgerton 

Ellington, Asa Wiiley 

Hebron, i^auiel Burrows, John S. Peters 

Somers, Benjamin Phelps, Giles Pease 

Stafford*, Ephraim Hyde, Nathan Johnson 

Ifnion, Ingoidsby XV. Crawford, Robert Paul 

Ve,rnon, Phincas Talcott 

Will$ng$Qn 9 Jonathan Sibley, jr. SpafFord Srigham 



CONSTITUTION 

OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 
PREAMBLE. 

The people of Connecticut acknowledging with gratii 
tu.de, the good providence of God, in having permittee 
them to enjoy a free government, do, in order more effeo 
Uiully to define, secure, and perpetuate the liberties 
rights and privileges which they have derived from thei 
ancestors, hereby, after a careful consideration and revis 
ion, ordain and establish the following Constitution au< 
form of Civil Government. 

Article First, 
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 

That the great and essential principles of liberty an 
free government may be recognised ami established, 
WE DECLARE 

§ I. That all men when they form a social eompae 
5tre equal in rights ; and that no man or s§t of m«n m 



ntWed to exclusive public, emoluments <*r privileges from. 
he community, 

]. That all polltloal power is inherent In the peopl e, 

ml all free governments are founded on their authority, 

nd instituted for their benefit; and that they have at all 

ynes an undeniable and indefeasible right to alter their 

•orm of government in such manner a? they mar think 

expedient, 

3, The exercise and enjoyment of religious profe3; 
sion and worship, "without discrimination, shall forever be 
free to nil persons in this state, provided that the right 
hereby declared and established shall not be so con- 
strued as to excuse acts of licentiousness, or to justify 
practices inconsistent with the peace and safety of the state * 
A 9 No preference shall be given by law to any chris- 
tian, sect or mode of worship. 

5. Every citizen may freely speak, write and publigft 
Ills sentiments on all subjects ? being responsible for the 
?huse of that liberty, 

6. !No law shall ever he passed to curtail Or restrain 
the liberty of speech or of the presi?. 

7. In all prosecutions or indictments for libels, the 
truth may be given in evidence* BO*? the jury shall have 
the right to determine the law and the fasts, under the 
direction of the court, 

8. The people shall be secure in their persons, how?, 
es, papers, and possession* from unreasonable searches 0? 
seizures 5 and up warrant to search juiy place, or to seia$ 
any person or things, shall iasue without describing then* 
gs nearly as may be, pop without probable cause support 
cd by oath or affirmation, 

9. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall have 
a right to he heard by himself and by counsel ? to denumd 
the nature and cause of the accusation} to be confronted 
by the witnesses, against h4m ? to have compulsory process 
to obtain witnesses In his favor 5 and in all prosecution ? by 
indictment °r information^ a speedy psbtie trial by an im« 
partial jury, H? shaH not be gntppelM to give evideuca 
against h«mself, nor be deprived of jjjjfci liberty or prop- 
erty* but by duo eoum of lawi And no person shall f>& 
liolden to answer mr any crimes the punishment of which 
may Ikj $mh w imprisonment for Ufa, unless on a pro 



24 

sentment or aft Indictment of a grand jury ; except in the 
land or naval farces, or in the militia when in actual ser- 
vice in time of war, or public danger. 

10 Noper3on shall be arrested, detained or punish- 
ed, except in cases clearly warranted 'by law. 

11. The property of no person shall be taken for 
public use, without just compensation therefor. 

12. All courts shall be open, and every person, for an 
injury done him in his person, property or reputation, 
shall have remedy by due course of law, and right and 
justice administered without sale, denial or delay. 

13. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive 
fines imposed. 

14 All prisoners shall, before conviction, be bailable 
by sufficient sureties, except for capital offences, where 
the proof is evident, or the presumption great ; and the 
privileges of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be 
suspended, unless when in case of rebellion or invasion, 
the public safety may require it; nor in any case, but by 
the legislature. 

15. No person shall be attainted of treason or felony, 
by the legislature. 

16. The citizens have a right, in a peaceable manner 
to assemble for their common good, and to apply to those 
invested with the powers of government, for redress of 
grievances, or other proper purposes, by petition, address 
or remonstrance. 

17. Every citizen has a right to bear arms in defence 
of himself and the state. 

iS. The military shall in all cases, and at all times, be 
in strict subordination to the civil power. 

19. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered 
ni any house, without the consent of the owner; nor in 
time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. 

20. No hereditary emoluments, privileges or honor3» 
shall ever be granted, or conferred in this state. 

21. The right of trial by jury shall remain inviolate. 

Article Second. 
OF. THE DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS. 
The poweis of government shall be divided into three 
distinct departments, and each of them confided to a sep- 
arate magistracy*— to wit—those which are Legislative, t 



one ; those which arc Executive to another, and those 
which are Judicial to another. 

Article Third. 
OF THE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 
§ »» The Legislative power of this State shall be vested 
in two distinct houses or branches, the one to be styled 
The Senate, the other Th a House of Representa- 
tives, and both together THE GENERAL ASSEM- 
BLY. The style of their laws shall be, lie it enacted by 
the Senate and House of Representatives in General .As- 
sembly convened* 

2. There shall be one stated session of the General 
Assembly, to be holden in each year, alternately at Hart- 
ford and New Haven, on the first Wednesday of May, 
and at such other time3 as the General Assembly shall 
judge necessary ; the first session to be holden at Hart- 
ford ; but the person administering the office of Govern- 
or, may on special emergencies, convene the General As- 
sembly at either of said places, at any other time. And 
in case of danger from the prevalence of contagious dis- 
eases in either of said places, or other circumstances, the 
person administering the office of Governor may, by Proc- 
lamation, convene said Assembly at any other place in this? 
state. 

3. The House of Representatives shall consist of elec- 
tors residing in towns from which they are elected. The 
number of representatives from each town shall be the same 
as at present practised and allowed. In case a new town 
shall hereafter be incorporated, such new town shall be 
entitled to one Representative only ; and if such new 
town shall be made from one or more towns, the town or 
towns from which the same shall be made, shall be entitled 
to the same number of Representatives as at present al- 
lowed, unless the number shall be reduced by the consent 
of such town or towns. 

4. The Senate shall consist of twelve members to be 
ehosen annually by the electors. 

5. At the meetings of the electors, held in the seve- 
ral towns in this state in April annually, after the election, 
of Representatives, the electors! present shall be called 
upon to bring in their written ballots for Senators. The 
presiding officer shall make out duplicate lists of the persons 



26 

Toted for, and of the number of rotes for each, which 
shall he certified by the presiding officer; one of which 
lists shall be delivered to the Town Clerk, and the other 
within ten days after said meeting, shall be delivered un* 
d$r seal, either to the Secretary, or to the Sheriff of the 
County ip which said town Is situated \ which list shall be. 
directed to the Secretary, with a superscription express 
sing the purport of the contents thereof. £nd each 
Sheriff who shall receive such votes shall within fifteen 
days after said meeting, deliver, or cause them to be de- 
livered to the Secretary, 

{>, The Treasurer, Secretary and Controller, fop th© 
time being shall canvass the votes publicly. The twelve 
persons having the greatest number of votes for Sepatorsg 
shall be declared to be elected- But in cases where no 
choice is made by the electors in consequence of an equal 
ity of votes, the House of Representatives shall designate 
by ballot which of the candidates having such equal num- 
ber of votes, shall be declared to be elected: The return 
of votes, and the result cf the canvass, shall be submitted 
to the House of Representatives, encj also to the Senate s 
on the first day of the session of the General Assembly, 
and each House shall be the final judge of the election re* 
tiirns and qualifications of its own members, 

f. The Pjoyte of Representatives when assembled, 
shall choose a Speaker,Clerk,and other officers. The Sens- 
ate shall choose its Clerk, and other oncers, except the 
President* h majority of each House shall constitute a. 
quorum to do business'; but a smaller number may ad-? 
journ from day to day, and compel the attendance of aln 
sent members in such manner? and under such penalties* 
a$ each Housq may prescribe* 

$. K-ach House shall determine the rules of its own 
proceedings, punish members for disorderly conduct, and, 
with the consent of two thirds, expel a member, but 
not a second time for ihe same cause i and shall bave all 
other powers necessary for a branch of the Legislature of 
a frpe and independent State. 

0. Fach House shall keep a journal of 1($ proceedings 
and publish the same when required by one fifth Of h% 
member*, escept such pari* as m the judgment of a ma* 
jorHv require secrecy, Tfee yean ana' n*yi of tha msjttj 



27 

bers of either House shall, at the desire of Jane fifth oi 
those present, be entered on the journals, 

10. The Senators and Representatives shall in all ca« 
ses of civil process, he privileged from arrest, during the 
session of the Genera! Assembly, and for four days before 
the commencement, and after the termination of any ses- 
sion thereof. And for any speech or debate in either 
House, they shall not be questioned in any other place* 

**1. Ths debates of each House shall lie public, except 
on such occasions as iu the opinion of the House may re* 
quire secrecy, 

Article Fourth' 
OF THE EXRCUriVR DEPARTMENT. 
§ 1. The supreme executive power of the State shall 
be vested in a Governor, who shall he chosen by the elect- 
ors of the state, and shall hold his office for one year from 
the first Wednesday of May next succeeding his election, 
and until his successor be duly qualified. No person who 
Is not an elector of this Stste, and who has not arrived at 
the age of thirty years, shall be eligible, 

c 2. At the meetings of the electors in the respective 
towns in the month of April in each year, immediately af* 
ter the election of Senators, the presiding oncers shall 
call upon the electors to bring in their ballots for him 
whom they would elect to be governor, with his name 
fairly written. When sueh shall ballots have been received 
and counted in the presence of the editors, duplicate 
lists of the persons voted for, and of the number of votes 
given for each, shajl be made and certified by the priding 
ofl*Ger,one of which lists shall be deposited in the office of th« 
Town Clerk within three days, and the other, within ten 
days after said election, shall be transmitted to the Secre* 
tary, or to the Sheriff of the County, in which such elect* 
Ion shad have been held The sheriff receiving said votes 
shall deliver, or cause them to be delivered to the Seereta^ 
ry, within fifteen days next after said election. The votes 
no returned shall be counted by the Treasurer, Secretary 
and Controller, within the month of 'VpriL A fait 1 list of 
the persons and number of votes given for each, togeth* 
er with the returns ot the presiding pfflogps, shall be> by 
the Treasurer, Secretary and Controller, made nnd laid. 
fcefow the General Assembly ihftn next to be holden, as 



die first day of the'session thereof; and said Asscnflny shatf ? 
after examination of the same, declare the person whoht 
they shall find to be legallv chesen, and give him notice 
accordingly. If no person shall have a majority of the 
whole number of said votes, or it' two or more shall have 
an equal and the greatest number of said votes, then said 
Assembly, on the second day of their session, by joint bal- 
lot of both houses, shall proceed, without debate, to 
choose a Governor from a list of the names of the two 
persons having the greatest number of votes, or of the 
names of the- persons having an e*)ual and highest nura» 
ber of votes so returned as aforesaid. The General 
Assembly shall by jaw prescribe the manner in which all 
questions concerning the election of a Governor or Lieu- 
tenant Governor shall be determined. 

3. At the annual meetings of the electors, immediately 
after he election of Governor, there shall also be. chosen 
in the same manner as is herein before provided for tire e- 
Jection of Governor, a Lieutenant Governor, who shall con- 
tinue in office for the same tinie, and possess the same 
qualifications. 

4. The compensations of the Governor, Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, Senators, and Representatives, shall be established 
by law, and shall not be varied so as to take effect until 
after an election, which shall next succeed the passage of 
the law establishing said compensations. 

5. The Governor shall be Captain General of the Mili- 
tia of the State, except when called fnto the service of 
the United States. 

6. He may require information in writing from the offi- 
cers in the executive department, on any mbject relating 
to the (tulles of their respective offices- 

7. The Governor, in case of a disagreement between 
the two Bouses of the General Assembly, respecting the 
time of adjournment, may adjourn them to such time as 
he shall think proper, not beyond the day of the next 
stated session. 

8. He shall, from time to time, give to the General As- 
sembly, information of the state of the government, and 
recommend to their consideration such measures as he 
shall deem expedient. 

9. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully execu- 
ted. 



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10. The Governor shall have power to grant reprieves 
after conviction, in all cases except those of impeachment, 
until the end of the next session of the General Assem- 
bly, and no longer. 

11. All Commissions shall he in the name and by au- 
thority of the state of Connecticut ; shall be sealed with 
the State Seal, signed by the Governor, and attested by 
the Secretary. 

12. Kvery bill which shall have passed both Houses of 
;the General Assembly, shall be presented to the Govern* 
or. If he approves, he shall sign and transmit it to the 
Secretary, but if not, he shall return it to the House in 
which it originated, with his objections, which shall be 
entered oa the journals of the House ; who shall proceed 
to reconsider the bill, If after such reconsideration, that 
House shall again pass it, it shall be sent, with the objec- 
tions, to the other House, which shall also reconsider it. 
If approved, it shall become a L<aw. Cut in such cases the 
votes of both Houses shall be determined by Yeas and 
Nays ; and the names of the members voting for and a- 
gainst the Bill, shall be entered on the Journals of each 
House respectively. If the bill shall not be returned by the 
Governor within three days, (Sundays excepted) after it 
shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law 
in like manner as if he hail signed it ; unless the General 
Assembly, by tlieir adjournment, prevents its return, iu 
which case it shall not be a lav. 

13. The Lieutenant Governor shall, by virtue of his of- 
fice, be President of the Senate, and have when in com- 
mittee of the whole, a right to debate, and when the Sen- 
ate is equally divided, to give the casting vote. 

14. In case of the death, resignation, refusal to serve, 
or removal from office of the Governor* or of his im- 
peachment, or absence from the State, the Lieutenant 
Governor shall exercise the powers and authority apper- 
taining to the ofuce of Governor, until another be chosen 
at the next periodical election for Governor, and be duly 
qualified ; or until the Governor impeached or absent* 
shall be acquitted or return- 

15. When the government shall be administered by the 
Lieutenant Governor, or he shall be uaabie to attend as 
{'resident of Ike Senate, the Senate shall vice t one of 



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their niembers, as President pro iempofe. And if during 
the vacancy of the office of Governor, the Lieutenant 
Governor shalUlie, resign, or refuse to serve, or be re- 
moved from office, or if he shall be impeached, or absent 
from the State, the President of the Senate pro tempore^ 
shall, in like manner, administer the government until he 
be superseded by a Governor or Lieutenant Governor. 

16. If the Lieutenant Governor shall be required to ad- 
minister the government, and shall, while in such admin* 
istration, die or resign during the recess of the General 
Assembly it shall be the duty of the Secretary, for the 
time being, to convene the Senate for the purpose of 
choosing a President pro tempore. \ 

17. A Treasurer shall be annually chosen by the electors 
at their meeting in ApiH *, and the votes shall be returned, 
counted, canvassed, and declared, in the same manner as 
is provided for the election of Governor and Lieutenant 
Governor j but the votes for Treasurer shall be canvassed 
by the Secretary and Controller only. He shjrll receive 
all money belonging to the State, and disburse the [same 
only as he may be directed by law. He shall pay no war* 
rant or order for the disbursement of public money, un- 
til the same has been registered in the office of the Coa* 
trolUr. ' 

18. A Secretary shall be chosen next after the Treasar* 
er, and in the same manner ; and the votes for Secretary 
shall be returned to, and counted, canvassed and declared 
by the Treasurer and Controller. He shall have the safe 
keeping and custody of the public records and documents, 
and particularly of the Acts, resolutions and orders of the 
General Assembly and record the same ; and perform all 
such duties as shall be prescribed by law. He shall be the 
keeper of the Seal of the State, which shall not be altered, 

19. A Controller of the public accounts shall be annual- 
ly appointed by the General Assembly. He shall adjust 
and settle all public accounts and demands, eicept grants- 
and orders of the Generaf Assembly. He shall prescribe 
the mode of keeping and rendering all public accounts. 
He shall ex ojffieio be one of the auditors oti the accounts 
uf the Treasurer. The General Assembly may assign to 
him other duties in relation to his effice, and to that of 
the Treasurer, and shall prescribe the unranei* in whteU 
his duties thull be petlorincd. 



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8(5. A Sheriff* shall be appointed in each county by the 
General Assembly, who shall hold his office for three 
years, removable by said Assembly, and shall become 
bound, with sufficient sureties, to the Treasurer of the 
State, for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office, 
in such manner as shall be prescribed by law : In case the 
Sheriff of any county shall die or resign, the Governor 
may fill the vacancy occasioned thereby, Until the same 
shall be filled by the General Assembly. 

31. A statement of all receipts, payments, funds, and 
debts of the State, shall be published from time to time, 
in such manner and at such periods, as shall be prescribed 
by law. 

Article FiftL 
OP THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

§ 1. The judicial power of the state shall be vested lit 
a Supreme Court of Errors, a Superior Court, and such 
Inferior Courts as the General Assembly shall from time 
to time ordain and establish ; the powers and jurisdiction 
bf which Courts shall be defined bv law* 

3. There shall be appointed in each county a sufficient 
number of Justices of the Peace, with such jurisdiction 
in civil aud criminal cases as the General Assembly may 
prescribe. 

3, The Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors, of the 
Superior and Inferior Courts, and all Justices of the 
Peace, shall be appointed bv the General Assembly, in 
such manner as shall by law be prescribed. The Judges 
of the Supreme Court, and of the Superior Court, shall 
hold their offices during good behaviour ; but may be re* 
moved by impeachment j and the Governor shall also re* 
move them on the address of two thirds of the members 
of each house of the General Assembly : all other Judges 
and Justices of the Peace shall be appointed annually. 
No Judge or Justice of the Peace shall be capable of 
holding his office, after he shall arrive at the age «f seven* 
ty years. 

Article Sixth. 
OP THE QUALIFICATIONS OF ELECTORS. 

§ 1. All persons who have been, or shall hereafter, pre- 
vious to the ratification of this Constitution, be admitted 
freemen, according to the existing laws of this State* 
shalf be electors. 



2. Every white male citizen of the United Stales, who 
shall have gained a settlement hi this State, attained th* 
age of twenty-one years ; and resided in the town in 
which he may offer himself to he admitted to the privilege 
of an elector, at least six months preceding ; and have a 
freehold estate of the yearly value of seven dollars in 
this State ; or having been enrolled in the militia, shall 
have performed military duty therein for the term of one 
year next preceding the time he shall oft'er himself for 
admission, or being liable thereto., shall have been* by au- 
thority of law excused therefrom » or shall have paid a 
state tax within the year next preceeding the time he 
shall present himself for such admission; and shall sustain a 
good moral character j shall, on, his taking such oath as 
may be prescribed by law, be an elector. 
3. The privileges of an elector shall be forfeited by a con- 
viction of bribery, forgery, perjury, duelling, fraudulent 
bankruptcy, theft, or other offence for which an infamous 
punishment is inflicted. 

4. Every elector shall be eligible to any office in this 
state, except in cases provided for in this Constitution. 

5. The select men and town clerk of the several towns, 
shall decide on the qualifications of electors, at such times 
and in such manner, as may be prescribed by law. 

6. Laws shall be made to support the privilege of free 
suffrage, prescribing the manner of regulating and con- 
ducting meetings of the electors, and prohibiting* under 
adequate penalties, all undue influence therein, from 
power, bribery, tumult and other improper conduct. 

7. In all elections of officers of the State, or members 
of the General Assembly, the votes of the electors shall 
be by ballot. 

8. At all elections of officers of the State, or members 
of the General Assembly, the electors shall be privileged 
from arrest, during their attendance upon, and going to, 
and returning from the same, on any civil process. 

9. Thfi-meetings of the electors for the election of the 
several State officers by law annually to be elected, and 
members of the General Assembly of this State, shall be 
holdeu on t-he first Monday of April in each year. 



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Article Seventh. 
OF RELIGION. 

J .1. It being the duty o all men to worship the Su- 
preme Being, the Great Creator and Preserver of the 
-Universe, and their right tp render that worship, in the 
mode most consistent with the dictates, of their conscien- 
ces ; no person shall by law be compelled tp join or sup- 
port, no*r be classed with, or associated to, any congrega- 
tion, church or religious association. Cut every person 
now belonging to such congregation, church, or religious 
association sfcall remain a member thereof until .he shall 
have separated himself therefrom, in the manner hereinaf- 
ter provided. And each and every society or denomina- 
tion of Christians in this sta^e, shaU have and enjoy the 
same and equal powers, rights and privileges; and shall 
have power and authority to support and maintain the min- 
isters or teachers of their respective denominations, and to 
buiid and repair houses for public worship, by a tax on the 
members of any such society only,.to be laid by a major vote 
of the legal voters assembled at any society meeting, warn* 
ed and held according to law, or in Hny other manner. 

2. If any person shall choose to separate himself .from 
the society or denomination of Christians to which he 
may belong, and shall leave a written notice thereof with 
the clerk of such society, he shall thereupon be no ". ! sger 
liable for any future expenses which may be iucjarred .by 
said society. 

Article Eighth. 
OF EDUCATION. 

The charter of Yale College, as modified by agreement 
with the corporation thereof, in pursuance of an act of the 
General Assembly, passed in May, 1792, is hereby con- 
firmed. 

2. The fund, called the School Fund, sJiaU remain a 
perpetual fund, the interest of which shall be inviolably 
appropriated to the support and encouragement of the 
public, or common schools throughout the state* and for 
the equal benefit of all the people thereof. The value 
and amqunt of said .fund shall, as soon as practicable, be 
ascertained in such manner as the General Assembly may 

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34 

prescribe, published, and recorded in the Controllers 
office ; and no law shall ever be aiade, authorising said 
fund to be diverted to any other use than the encourage- 
ment and support of public, or commo* schooU among 
the several school societies, as justice and equity shall re- 
quire. 

Article J\i?itk. 

OF IMPEACHMENTS. 

§ 1. The House of Representatives shall have the sole 
power ©f impeaching. 

2. All impeachment* shall be tried by the Senate* 
When sitting for that purpose they shall be on oath or 
affirmation. No person shall be convicted without the 
concurrence of two thirds oC the members present. 
When tha Governor is impeached, the Chief Justice shall 
preside. 

3. The Governor, and all other executive and judicial 
officers shall be liable to impeachment ; but judgments in 
such cases shail not extend further than to removal from 
oHice, and iiiecj"?liaeation to hold any office of honor, 
£rust, or profit under this State. The party convicted, 
shall, nevertheless, be liable and subject to indictment, 
trial, and punishment according to ]*w. 

4- Treason against the State shall consist only in levying 
war against it, or adhering to its enemies, giving them ail 
stud comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason, 
unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same o- 
vert aet, or on confession in open court. No conviction 
<r>f treason, or attainder, shall work corruption of blocd, 
®r forfeiture. 

Article Tenth. 

GENERAL PROVISIONS. 

§ 1. Members of the General Assembly, and all offi- 
cers, executive and judicial, shall, before they eiiter on the 
duties of their respective omces, take the following oath 
or affirmation, to wii; 

You do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the e:t$e may be) 
that you will support the Constitution of the United States, 
an dthe Constitution of the State of Connecticut, so Long 



1217003 



>s you continue a citizen thereof; and that yon will {..it I - 
ully discharge, according to law, the duties of the oilim 
)f to the bebt of youi* abilities. 

So help ymt f J >d. 

2. Each town shall annually elect select-men and such 
litcers of local police, as the Iaw3 may prescribe. 

3. The rights and duties ot all corporations shall re- 
nain as if this Constitution had not been adopted ; with 
he exception of such regulations and restrictions as are 
ontained in this Constitution. All judicial and civil ofli- 
iers now in office, who have been appointed by the Geu- 
jral Assembly, and commissioned according to law, and 
ill such officers as shall be appointed by the said Assembly 
md commissioned as aforesaid, before the first Wednesday 
*»f May next, shall continue to hold their offices Until the 
arstday of June next, unless they shall before that lira* 
'esign, or be removed from office according to law. The 
Treasurer and Secretary shall continue in office until a 
Treasurer and Secretary shall be appointed under this 
Constitution. All military officers shall continue to hold 
tad exercise their respective offices, untii they shall re- 
sign or be removed according to law. A* laws not contrary 
Lo, or inconsistent with, the provisions of this Constitution, 
shall remain in force, until they shall expire by their own 
limitation, or shall be altered or repealed by tho General 
Assembly, in pursuance ol this Constitution. The validity 
of all bonds, debts, contracts, as well of individuals as of 
bodies corporate, or the State, of all auitsjtoetions, or rights 
of action, both iu law and equity, shall continue as if* no 
change hud taken place. The Goverimr, Lieutenant Go** 
ernor{ and General Assembly, \frhichis to ne fotmed iu 
October next, shall hav«, and possess, all the powers aM 
authorities, not repugnant to, or inconsistent with this 
Constitution, which they now have aud possess*, uiuii the 
first Wednesday of May next. . 

4. No Judge of the Superior Cdurt, Ur of the Stityreme 
Court of Errors ; no member ot Congress ; no person 
holding any office under the authority oi the United 
States } no person holding the office ot '\ 

tary, or Controller ; no Sheriff or Sheiivl'e depHtVj sli 
a member of the General Asseiablt . 



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Article Eleventh. 
OK AMENDMENTS OF THE CONSTITUTION. 

Whenever a majority of the House of Rep&feMmtative^ 
shall deem it necessary to alter, or amend this Constitu- 
tion, they may propose such alterations and amendments 
which proposed amendments shall he continued to the 
ne*t General Assembly, and be published with the laws 
which may have been passed at the same session : and rf 
two thirds of each house, at the next session cf said As- 
sembly, shall approve the amendments proposed, by yeas 
and nays, said amendments shall, by the Secretary, be 
transmitted to the town clerk in each town in this State : 
whose duty it shall be to present the same to the inhabi- 
tants thereof, for their consideration, at a town-meeting', 
JegaUy warned and held for that purpose : and if it shall 
appear in a manner to be provided by law, that a majori- 
ty of the electors present at such meetings, shall have ap- 
proved such amendments, the same shall be valid, to all 
intents and purposes, as a part of this Constitution. 

Done in Convention on the fifteenth day of September, 
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred anal 
eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States 
the forty -third. 

By order of the Convention. 

OLIVElt VVOLCOTT, President, 
JamesLanmaw, \ r ,, 

]iofft*ft? FAiKCfiii.Sj S ^ ierKS ° 



YEAS AND NAYS, 

tjfztfrt by the Freemen on the Constitution, on t&& 
bth October , 1818. 





Yeas, 


JVays, 


HARTFOnD 


374 


547 


Berlin 


249 


15! 


Bristol 


95 


105 


Burlington 






Canton 


37 


125 


East-Hartford 


190 


160 


East- Windsor 


144 


240 


Enfield 


83 


14/ 


Farming! on 


75 


280 


GJastenbury 


122 


57 


Granby 


132 


175 


Hartland 


. 70 


92 


Marlborough 


11 


67 


Simsbury 


lii 


no 


Southington 


102 


154 


Suffield 


211 


45 


Wethersfield 


79 


232 


Windsor 


145 


141 


New- Haven 


430 


213 


Branford 


If) 3 


151 


Cheshire 


201 


20 


Derby 


96 


6£ 


East- Haven 


^1 


75 


Guilford 


159 


255 


Bamden 


1 41 


38 


Meridcn 


89 


GO 


Middlebury 


23 


1 7* 



Mi' ford 


89 


177 


North- Haven 


89 


43 


Oxford 


167 


13 


Southbury 


103 


63 


Wallingford 


255 


14 


Waterbury 


191 


103 


Wolcott 


62 


42 


Woodbridge 


86 


153 


New London 


150 


30 


Norwich 


194 


71 


Bozrah 


39 


21 


Colchester 


63 


3 60 


Franklin 


38 


80 


Groton 


583 


00 


Griswold 


95 


122 


Lisbou 


68 


84 


Lyme 


148 


129 


Montville 


117 


44 


North-Stonington 


168 


18 


Preston 


147 


8 


Stonington 


158 


K> 


Waterford 


it 


3 


Fairfield 


H3 


54 


Danbury 


227 


72 


Brookfield 


104 


71 


Greenwich 


GO 


37 


Huntington 


115 


99 


Now-Canaan 


31 


95 


New-Fairfie!d 


58 


27 


Newtown. 


150 


67 


Norw&lk 


111 


21 



30 



Redding 

Ridgefield 

Sherman 

Stamford 

Stratford 

Trumbull 

Weston 

Wilton 

Windham 

Ashford 

Brooklyn 

Canterbury 

Columbia 

Hampton 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Mansfield 

Plain ii<*M 

Pomfret 

Sterling 

Thompson 

Voluntown 

Woodstock 

Litchfield 

Barkhaaisted 

Bethletn 

Canaan 

Cole brook 

Cornwall 

Gosben 

Ilanvbgton 



138 


91 


169 


108 


55 


36 


107 


51 


154 


17 


14 


93 


79 


35 


116 


45 


182 


127 


189 


161 


103 


42 


69 


161 


62 


65 


89 


1?0 


177 


M4 


86 


152 


210 


1 78 


101 


87 


D: 


Lie 


50 


44 


17-1 


95 


53 


3 '2 


133 


147 


282 


282 


89 


107 


25 


100 


144 


131 


97 


90 


8? 


98 


95 


87 


41 


140 



40 



Kent 


65 





New-Hartjford 


34 


156 


New-Milford 


219 


196 


Norfolk 


28 


157 


Plymouth 


103 


141 


Roxbury 


65 


82 


Salisbury 


146 


63 


Sharon 


109 


139 


Torritigton 


71 


127 


Warren 


34 


74 


Washington 


88 


151 


Watertown 


5fc" 


120 


Winchester 


59 


106 


Woodbury 


88 


130 


MlDDLETOWN 


256 


125 


Chatham 


184 


59 


Durham 


82 


74 


East-Haddam 


81 


135 


Haddam 


101 


63 


Killingworth 


166 


127 


8aybrook 


181 


203 


Tolland 


124 


87 


Bolton 


53 


62 


Coventry 


153 


164 


Ellington 


41 


-93 


Hebron 


164 


80 


Somers 


21 


118 


Stafford 


167 


104 


Union 


45 


38 


Vernon 


11 


98 


WiiljugtojQ 


89 


*i 



GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 



Executive and Legislative Departments, 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

©LIVER WOLCOTT, Esq. 

GOVERNOR. 



HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, Es$> 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 



ASSISTANTS. 



Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Freder'k Wolcott 
Asa Chapman, 
Elias Perkins, 
William Bristol. 
Elijah Boardman. 



Hon. David Tomlinson 3 
Sylvester Wells, 
John S. Peters, 
James Lanman, 
Enoch Burrows, 
Peter Webb, 



Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 

Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary. 

•Elis4ia Colt, Esq. Comptroller of Public Ac- 
counts. 
James Hillhovse, Esq. Commissioner of the 
School Fund. 



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UQLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Far May and October Sessions, 1818. 

MAY SESSION. 

Gideon Tomlinson, Esq. Speaker. 
Elisha Phelps and Samuel A. Foot, Esq'rs Clerks." 1 
Hartford.— Michael Olcott, Jonathan W. Edwards 
Berlin Andrew Pratt Luther Beckley 
Bristol En os Ives 
Burlington Theodore Pettibone 
Canton* Darius Moses 

East- Hartford Shubael Griswold, Beni. Lyman 
Mast -Windsor Abner Heed, Joel Holkins 
En field, Elam O Potter, William Dixon 
Farming ton, John Mix, George Norton 
Glastenbunj, Samuel Welles David E. Hubbard 
Granby, Sadoce Wilcox, Joseph Pinney 
Hartland, Philander Humphrey, Lent Benham 
•Marlborough, Joel Foote 
Simsbury, Elisha Phelps, Zelot.es Phelps 
Sort hington, Roswell Moore, Chester Crannis 
Svffield, Elisha Gunn, Martin Sheldon 
T1 ethcrsfield, Ezekiel P. Beklen, Levi Liuk 
Windsor, Eliakirn Marshall, William Alvord 
New-Haven, Thomas Ward, Henry W, Edwards 
Branford, Eli Fowler, Josiah J Linsley 
Cheshire, Samael A. Foot, Silas Hitchcock 
Derby, Sheldon Curtis 
East- Haven James Thompson 
Guilford, Nathaniel Giiflin, Samuel Robinson 
Hamden, Amasa Bradley* 
JWeriden, Othnicl Ives 
JMUldlebury Philo I) i on son 
Milford, Benjamin Cull, Samuel B. Gunn 
JYorth-Haven Daniel Pierpont 
Oxford, Jared Hawley 
Southbury, Curtiss Hinman 
WaLlingJordi Abel SanCord, Elkanal) Hall 



fVaierbury, J. M L. Scovell, Timothy Gibhud 

iVolcott, Erastus Wellon 

ffoodbridge, Justus Thomas, Chauncey Tolles 

New-London, Henry Channiog, Wm. Stockman, 

JS'orwich, dishing Kelts, Ncwcorab Kinney 

Bozrah William Whiting 

Colchester, Henj. Trumbull, John R» Watrous 

Franklin, Joshua Tracy 

Griswold, Nathan Geer 

Groton, Noyes Barber, Philip Gray 

Lisbon, Frederick Perkins 

Lyme, Richard E. Selden, Pctsr Comstock 

Monlville, Oliver Comstock 

faorih-Stonington, Nathan Pendleton, Stanton Hewitt 

Preston. John T. Mott, Joh*n Brewster 

Stonington, George Kuhbard, Wm. Randall 

fVaterjbrdf Isaac Prink 

Fairfield Gideon Tomtinsbn, Thomas F. Rowland 

Danbury, Samuel Tweedy, Jr. Zalmon Wildman, 

Hrookjield, William Meeker 

Greenwich, Isaac Howe, Clark Sanforrl 

Huntington, Samuel Wheeler, Abner Hyde, 

Aew Canaan, Nathan Seeley 

J\tew~ Fair field Jabez Tread well 

Newtown, Gideon Rotsford, Joseph B. Wheeler 

Norwalk, William J. Street, Dan Taylor 

Redding Billy Comstock, Aaron Sanibrd Jr. 

Ridgefteld, Eliphalet Brush, Jabez M. Gilbert. 

Sherman, John Orton 

Stamford, James Stephens, Thaddeus Rell 

Stratford, David PianJL, Knhraim J. Wilcoxsoa 

Trumbull, Daniel Seeley 

Weston, Stephen Wheeler Oliver C. Sanford 

1 Villon, Brasilia Sturges 

Wtndiiam, John Baldwin, Edmund Badger 

Jishford, David Brewster, David Keyes 

Jjrooklyn, Vine Robinson 

Canterbury, Solomon Paine, Asa Butts 

Columbia, Asahel Kingsley 

Hampton, Joseph Prentiss 

Killing ly f Shubael Hutchins, Andrew Lenvlns 

Lebanon, Simeon M. Webster; Isaiah Loo mis 

Mansfield, William Bennet, Seih Dunham 



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Plttinfield, Sessions Lester, Oliver Coat* 

Pom/ret, Pardon Kingsley, Samuel Allen, 2*3 

Sterling, Dixon Hall 

Thompson, John Jacobs, jr. Elijah Nichols, jr. 

Vohmtoiim, William Gallup 

Woodstock, John Fox, John M'Clellan 

Litchfield, Stephen "Russell, Ephraim S. Halt 

JSarkhamsted, John Merrills, Oliver Mills 

Jieihlem, Nehemiah Lambert 

Canaan, , Jabez Brewster, Nathaniel Stevens 

Colebrook, Asaph Pinney,. Jtufus North 

Cornwall, Noah Rogers, Philo. Swift 

Goshen, Julius Beach William Stanley 

Jiar-winciton, Wm. C. Abernathy, Uriel Hopkins* 

Kent* Abel Beach 

J\ r exv- Hartford, Aaron Austin, Asa Goodwin. 

J\"ew Milfardt Orange Merwin, Homer Board man 

NdrjUk, Nathaniel Stevens, Augustus Peltibone 

Plymoiih, Calvin Butler 

Jtoxbury, Josiah R. Eastman, 

Salisbury, Daniel Johnson, Abijah C Veet 

Sharon, HeZekiah Goodwin, Thomas St. John 

Torringon, Lyman Wetmorc, John Gillett, jr 

Warren, Homer Sacket 

fFashinjtoii, Daniel B. Brinsmade, Jos. Wliittleae'y 

Watertoim, Amos Baldwin 

Winchester, Maitbew Adorns, Riley Whiting 

Woodbury, Nathan Preston, Philo* Murray 

Middletows, John Alsop, Nathan Starr, Jr. 

Chatham, Enoch Sage, Neheml&h &ales 

Durham, BUdgernan Guernsey, Asahel Strong 

Easttladdam, Isaac Spencer jr. Richard Lord 

Haddam, Jobo Brainard, 2u, George W. Srnitlx 

Killingtvwth, George Carter, Benjamiu Hill 

Saybrook, Joseph Hill, Joha Stauoawl. 

Tolland, Eliphalet Young, Gurdon Thompson 

Jiotton, lehabod M. Warner 

Coventry, Cephas Brigham, Jasper Fitch 

Ellington, Asa Willey 

Hebron, Daniel Burrows, Simon Horse 

Corners, Joseph Abbott, Reuben Chapin 

Stafford, Helming Mann, Gardner Cady 

Union, LooldSby W. Crawford, Natlil. Newell 



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Vernon, Lemuel King 

Willington, Daniel Glazier, Jonathan Sibley, Jr. 

OCTOBER SESSION. 

Gideon Tomlxxson, Esq. Speaker. 

Samuel A. Foot, and Henry W. Edwards, Esqrs. Clerk? 

.Hartford, John Russ, Henry Kilbourn 

fierlin, Luther Beckley, Andrew Pratt 

Jsristol, Tracy Peck 

JSurlingtoii, Sylvester Norton 

Canton, William Stone 

East-Hartford, Richard Pitkin, Levi Goodwin 

Eart- Windsor, Abner Reed, Timothy Ellsworth 

Enfield, Henry Terry, William Dixon 

Farmington, John Mix, George Norton 

Glastenbury, Samuel Wells, Marvin Dayton, 

Granby, Benajah Holcomb 2d, John Willey 

Hartland, Samuel Benjamin, Jsrael Williams 

•Marlborough, Joel Foote 

Simsbury, Oliver C. Phelps, Asa Hoskins 

Southington, Roswell Moore, Chester Grannis 

''jSitffield, Horace King, Elisha.Gunn 

IV ether sfield, Asher Bobbins, Levi Robbins 

Windsor, Odiaji Loomis, Joseph H Russell 

New-Haven, Thomas Ward, H. W Edwards 

Branprd, Eli Fowler, Josiah J. Linsley 

Cheshire, Samuel A. Foot, Silas Hitchcock 

Derby, Sheldon Curtiss 

East-//ave?i, Jame3 Thompson 

Guilford, Nathaniel Gritiing, William Todd 

Hdhiden, Russell Pierpont 

JHeiiden, Elisha Curtiss 

Middlebury, Pbilo Bronson 

Milford, Benjamin Bull, Samuel B. Gunn 

North Haven, Stephen Munson 

Oxford, Abel Wheeler 

iSouthbury, Warren Mitchell 

}Vallingford, James Humiston, George Merriraau 

'WaierOwy, Ashley Scott, Andrew Adams 

Wolcott, Erastus We! ton 

Woodbridge, Justus Thomas, Ghauncey Tolles 



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New-London, Amasa Learned, William Stockrwau 
JKorwich, Chailes Thomas, Erastus Coit 
liozruh, William Whiting 
Colchester, S. A. Peters, John It. Watroas 
Franklin, Andrew Hyde 
Gricwold, William Cogswell 
. Groion, Noyes Barber, Philip Gray 
Lisbon, Joseph L Lyon 
Lyme, Peter Com stock, Samuel B. Mather 
Jftontville, John Fitch 

North-Stonington, Samuel Chapman, Daniel Packet" 
Preston* James Cook, Jonathan Brewster 
Stonington, Samuel F. Denizen, Araos Williams 
H aterford 9 Charles Avery 
Fairfield, Gideon Tomlinson, T\ F. Roland 
Mrookfield, Heman Burch 
Danburijy Eden Andrews, Matthew Wilkes 
Greenwich, Isaac Howe, Charles Smith 
Huntington, Samuel Beardsley, $. G. Birdseye 
jYeiv- Canaan, Nathan Seeiye 
«A etv Fairfield, Benjamin Bears 
J\ewtorvn, Bennet Perry, Jacob Beers 
J\ orivalk, Benjamin Isaacs, Dan Taylor 
JlcddinF, William Sanford, John Meeker 
Ridgefield % Eliphalet BrusJa, Jabez M. Gilbert 
Sherman, William Gidilinga 
Stamford, James Stevens, Thaddeus Bell 
Stratford, David Plant, James E. Beach 
'Frum'aull, Lewis Fairihild 
Weston, Joseph Bennett, Eliphalet Coley 
Wilton, Eliphalet Taylor 
Windham, Amos D. Allen, Joshua Smith 
JLshford, Stephen KnowlLon, Je^edtah Waikins 
JJrooklyn, Shubael Bi'own 
Canterbury, Solomon Paine, Asa Baits 
Columbia, Asahei Kingaley 
Hampton, Ebenezer Grimn 
Kilhngly> Hobert Grosvenor, James Danielson 
Lebanon, Charles Abel, Joshua Hall 
Mansfield, William LienneU, St.lh Dunham 
Plainjield, Oliver Coals, ErasLu* Lester 
Pom-fret, .Joseph Scarborough, WUftiMU Osgood 
Sterling] Jeremiah You !..<.' 



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!%otopson, Wyman Carroll, Jesse Ormsby 
oluntown, Stcrry Kinne 
Woodstock, John Fox, Ebenczer Skinner 
itch field, Stephen Russell, Phiueas Loid 
'hirkhamsted, Zopher Case, Salmon Howd 

<ethlem, Joseph H. Bellamy 

'anaa?i, Seth Andrews, Joshua Cornwall 
Colebrook, Rutus North, Timothy Sabcock 
Cornxvall, Philo Swift, Noah Rogers 
Goshen, William Stanley, Samuel Lyman 
Uarivington, William C. Abernethy, Ruswell Alford 
Kent, Abel Beach 

JVew- Hartford, Aaron Austin, Asa Goodwin 
New -Mil/or d, Homer Boardman, Orange Alcrwin 
Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Nathaniel Stevens 
Plymouth, Jacob Hemminway 
Roxbury, Elisha Patterson 
Salisbury, Silas Reed, Alexander Lamb 
Sharon, Oliver Kellogg, Ansei Sterling 
Torrington, Abel Hinsdale, William Battell 
JFarren, Augustin Curtiss 
Washington, John N. Gunn, Noble Day 
fVatertoxvn, Amos Baldwin 

Winchester, Daniel Phelps, Nathaniel B GayJool 
Woodbury, John P. Marshall, Elijah Sherman, jr. 
^'Iddletown, John Alsop, Hosea Goodrich 
Chatham, Enoch Sage, Nehemiah Gates 
Durham, Abel Lyman, Manoah Camp 
E. Haddam, Chevers Brainard, W. lluugerford 
JIaddam, Ezra Brainard, John Brainard, 2d 
Killingxvorth, George Elliot, Dan Lane 
Saybrook, Ambrose Whittlesey, jr. Samuel Colt 
Tolland, William Eldredge, Eliphalet Young 
Bolton, Ichabod M. Warner 
Coventry, Elisha Edgertoa, Daniel White 
Ellington, Asa Willey 
Hebron, Simon House, Thomas Wells 
Somers, Reuben Chapin, Oliver Chapiu 2d 
Stajfor d, Jasper Hyde, Ephraim Dimmick 
Union, John Crawford, Eleazcr Bugbee. 
Vernon, Lemuel King 

Wilhngton, Snaffurd Brigham, Daniel Glazi«r 



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The follcrutinff persons were chosen in .April, l$tS, to stand 
in nomination for election as Representatives of the 
people of this State p in the Ibth Congress of the tfnitea) 
Statts. 

Jonathan O. Mosely j David Bolles 

Gideon Tomlinson ' Christopher Manwaring 



James Stevens 
John Iluss 
John T. Peters 
Italph !• Ingersoll 
Sarauel A. Foot 
Elisha Phelps 
Noyes Barber 



8eth P. Beers 
Henry W. Edwards 
Simeon H. Minor 
Orange Merwin 
Ansel Sterling 
Calvin Willey 
Elisha Tracy 



At the Freemen's meeting in September 1 818, the fol- 
lowing persons were elected llepresentatives in the 16th 
Congress, and had the number of votes annexed to their 
names respectively, viz. 

James Stevens 4700 { John Russ 3413 

Jonathan O. Mostly 4481 Henry W. Edwards 3359 

Gideon Tomlinson 4537 i Samuel A. Foot 3303 

tfllsha Phelps 3957 j 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENT. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 
Hon. Zephaniah Swift, Chief Judge. * 

Hon. John Trumbull j Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer 

William Edmond James Gould 

Nathaniel Smith John T. Peters 

Jeremiah G. Brainard Asa Chapman, esq'rs 

Thomas Day, e£q. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 



Allotment of Judges to the Circuits from Jane, 
1818fc to June 1819. 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 

Eastern Circuit*-' -Judges Edmond, Smith and Peters. 



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Middle Circuit Ch. J. Swift, and Judges Brainard 

and Chapman 

Western Circuit.— -Judges Trumbull, Hosmer and 
Gould. 

WINTER SESSIONS. 

Eastern Circuit.— Ch. J. Swift, and Judges Brainard 
.and Chapman. 

Middle Circuit —Judges Trumbull, Hosmer and Pc* 
>ters. 

Western Circuit — Judges Edmond, Smith and Gould. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Judge. 

Lemuel Whitman, and $Joah A. Phelps, esquires. 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk o£ 

the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford. — Jonathan Bull, William Mosely, Amasa 
Keyes, Thomas Chester, Elisha Colt, John Morgan, 
Thomas Day, Walter Mitchell, Joseph Trumbull, Seth 
Terry, Shelden W. Candee, John Kus9, Hczekiah Hun- 
tington, Isaac Spencer, 2d, Luther Savage, Nathaniel Sey- 
mour, Henry Seymour, Jonathan Law, Nathan Johnson, 
Koah A.Pheips, Talcott Wolcott, esquires 

Berlin. — l)an T l Dunbar, Jabez Langdon, Andrew Pratt* 
Luther Beckley, Samuel Hart, Thomas Lee, Benjamin 
Allen, esquires. 

Bristol. — Enos Ives, Salmon Norton, George Mitchell, 
esquires. 

Burlington. — Abraham Pettibone, Simeon Hart, Bliss 
liart, Theodore Pettibone, EHas Wooden, Esquires 

Canton — Ezra Adams, Solomon Everest, James Hum- 
phreys, Jasper Bidwell, Jedediah Wilcox, Jared Mills, 
Esquires. 

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K(ibi-Ifartford.—Gtcorze Griswotd, Samuel Pitkin, Ti* 
fttothy Hall, Theodore Pitkin, Levi Goodwin, Richard 
Aitkin, Diodate Wbodbridge, esquires. 

East-Windsor— Charles. Jenck9, John S tough ton* ji*. 
Timorhy Ellsworth, Jonathan Bartlett, Joel Holkins, Eli 
T$. Haskell, Godfrey Scarborough, Jonathan Pasco, Asher 
Allen, Daniel Havdett, eaquire3* 

Xnfield.— Henry Terry, E!am O. Potter, William Dix- 
#ti, LorrainT. Pesse, Lemuel Kingsbury, Jabez Collins i 
<»q o.ires. 

Farming-ton,— John Treadwell, John Mix, Timothy 
Pitkin, Roger Hooker, Ezckiel Cowles, Thomas S. Day, 
George Norton, Horace Cowles, Lemuel Whitman, Eli 
Todd, Noiiciiah Woodruff, esquires. 

Qlastenimrjj— Ztphaniah H. Smith, Elisha Hale, Par- 
don Brown, David E. Hubbard, Samuel Wells, Jeremiah* 
Stocking, Esquires. 

Grunby—- Hefcekiah Holeorab, Joseph Cornish, Asa- 
Haynes, joab Griffin, Joel Holeomb, James Dibble, Dan- 
aei Benjamin, esquires. 

Hartland.- John Treat, Philander Humphrey, Abiather 
Xewtcn, Elijah Coe, Ephraim Seiby, Nathaniel Bosworth v 
Jaretl NewelF, Ezra Doolittle, esquires. 

Marlborough— $oz\ Foote, Israel Foote, Elisha BtielV 
esquires. 

mmsonry — -Calvin Barber, Campbell Humphrey, joha 
Bestor, William Mather, EHsha Phelps* Asaph Tulter, 
esquires. 

£out king ton— Roger Whittlesey, Roswell Moore, Icha- 
fcodC. Fi'isbie, Samuel H. Woodruff, John E. Benjamin, 
Nathaniel J. Rotft, esquires. 

Suffield.— Asahel Hathaway, Joseph Austin, William 
Gay, Oliver Pease, Samuel Hastings, Horace King, Mar- 
tin Sheldon, esquires. 

H r ethersfie!d -~ Stephen M. Mitchell, Joseph Bulkier, 
John Williams, Ezekiei 1*. Beldeu, Martin Kellogg, jr. 
Frederick Kobtm.s, Leonard Weils, Eli Goodrich, Robert 
Francis, esquires. 

Windsor.— Oliver Mather, Edward Selden, Elihu Mill?, 
Luther Fitch, Henry L> Kits worth, El'usha N. Sill, Rich* 
wd Niles, Joseph H. fiussel, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATT0RNF.Y5. 
Hezekiah Huntington, Esq. State Attorney. 
Hartford— William Mosely, fcnooh Perkins, Nathaniel 
Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, Jonathan W. Edwards, 
Thomas S. Williams, Walter Mitchell, Thomas Hunting- 
ton, jr.Tsaac Perkins, Joseph Tiumbwll, Seth Terry, Na- 
than Johnson, Jonathan Law, John M. Gannett, bheWen 
tV. Candee, Shuhael F. Griswoid, George Wyllys, Noah 
A. Phelps, William W. Ellsworth, Elizur Goodrich jr. 
Alfred Smith, Isaac Tousey, Oliver E. Williams, esquires. 

Merlin — Daniel Dunbar, Ethan A. Andrews, esquires* 

East Hartford — Ralph II. Phelps, esq. 

East-Windsor— Godfrey Scarborough, esq. 

Enfield — Henry Terry, William Dixon, Lorrain T» 
Pease, esquires. 

Farmington— Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Al- 
fred Cowles, esquires. 

Glastenbury — Zephaniah H. Smith, George Merrick, 
esquires. 

Granby— Thomas Holcomb, Grove Grbwold, Siia3 Hig- 
ley, James H. Smith, esquires. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, esq. 

Southington—Jlogev Whittlesey, Samuel II. Woodruff* 
esquires. 

Svffield — William Gay, Seth Parsons, esquires. 

Wether sfield-—\s\\zv Robbins, Elijah Keach, esrjuires. 

Wimlsor- -John Sargeant, Joseph H. Russell, Heruy L, 
Ellsworth, esquires. 

Stephen Chester, esq. W ether sfield, Sheriff. 

Deputy* Sheriffs. — Titus L - 'Bissel, Horace Huntington, 
Hartford — Daniel Abbey, Enfield— Edbert Cowles/Ffir- 
mington~~ Joshua R. Jewett, Granby — Jonathan Pome- 
roy,jr. Svffield— YsWhn Drake, Edward Moore, Windsor — 
Jeffery O. Phelps, Simsbnry- r i$$$% Charlton, Bust-Wind* 
<sor. 

Theodore 12 i! Iyer, Hartford, Coaler* 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVESf, 



COUNTY COURT. 
John Kjng?bury, Esq. Judge. 

Isaac Mills, Charles H. Pond, esquires., 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 

Roger S. Skinner, esq. Clerk. 

Dyer White, esq. Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New-Haven— Henry Daggett, James Hillhouse, Simeon 
Baldwin, Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, Nathan Smith, 
Elisha Muuson, Eli Whitney, Charles Denison, iEneaS 
Munson, jr. Eleazer Foster, fienry Ward, Levi Ives, 
Isaac Gilbert, Chaises TlosUviek, John Hunt, 2d. Chatin- 
cey Bunce, esquires. 

Branjord — .lames Barker Benjamin Page, Josiah J« 
Linsley, Eli Fowler, Ebenezer Linsley, jr. Jacob Frisbie, 
jr. esquires. 

Cheshire — Thomas T. Cornwall, Samuel Peck, Rufus 
Hitchcock, Charles Sheiton, Andrew Hull, William Law, 
esquires. 

Derby — John Humphreys, Philo Bassett, John L. Tom- 
Iinson, John Humphreys, jr Sheldon Curtif-s, esquires. 

East- Haven — Josiah Bradley, Enos Hemingway, Ste- 
phen Woodward, Bela FarnUum, esquires. 

Guilford— Jonathan Todd, Henry Hill, Nathan Chid- 
sey, Nathaniel Griftlng, Samuel Fowler, Reuben Elliott, 
Abraham Coan, John F. Meigs, David S. Fowler, Josiah 
Coan, Frederick Lee, esquires. 

Hamden — John Hubbard, Eiam Ives, Amasa Bradley^ 
Russell Pierpont, Hezekiah I. Warner, esquires. 

JMeriden— Jared Ben ham, Benajah Andrews, Patrick 
Clark, William Yale, esquii -ts. 

jyiiddlebnry~-\y*s'\<\ Thompson, Nathaniel Richardson* 
Asahel Bronson, esquires. 

Milfard — Benjamin Bull, William Durand, Samuel B. 
Gunn, Charles H. Pond, William Strong, Ichabod flu 
Woodaiftj esquires, 



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frtorlh flhvew-- Jo&hua Barns, Justus Bishop, Daniel 
Fierpont, Jacob BasseU, esquires. 

Oxford — Abel Wheeler, Charles Btmnel, Jared Ha t w- 
!ey, esquires. 

Souihbury — Shadraeh Osborne, Simeon Hinman, Cur- 
tis Hinmani Burton Canfield, Amos Johnson, William 
ITmman, Moses Wheeler, esquires. 

Wallingford— Samuel Hall, Aaron Hall, Sainaei Cook, 
Amos Dutton, Jared P. KirlUnd, Enhraim. Cook, Elkanah 
Half, esquires. 

Water bury — John Kingsbury, Trwman Porter, Cyrus 
Clark, Daniel Steele, Ashley Scott, Woodward tiotchkass, 
esquires. 

!foGdbridge--1)ax\{\ French, HezeViah Baldwin, Justus 
Thomas, Ezra KLimberiy, Philo F. Dibble, esquires. 

IVolcott — Mark Harrison, Isaac Bronson, Ambrose 
Ives, e&qtiire3. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Nathan Smith, esq. State Attorney. 

J\ew- Haven — William Hilihoyse, David Daggett, Sime- 
on Baldwin, Nathan Smith, Jonathan E. Porter, Stephen 
Twining, Seth P Staples, William Bristol, Henry \V. 
Edwards, Charles Deuison, Eleazer Foster, Leonard K. 
Wales, Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Boger S. Baldwin, 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, John Thomas, Dennis. Kimbeily, 
Henry C. Flaggy Roger S. Skinner, Charles A' fngersoli, 
esquires. 

Cheshire — Burr a ftp Beach, esquire. 

Derby — Josiah Dudley, John U Tomlinson, esquires, 

Guilford — William Todd, esqiiire. 

*\leriden — Bennjah A odrews, e so/. /ire. 

JWtiford — KathanieJ Adams, esquire. 

Oxford — Juhn P Andrews, esquire. 

Souihbury — Simeon f -Human Curtis Hinman, Edward 
llinman, esquires. 

fraUingfard—Hv.Qv^a \V\ Sfmdcy, esquire. 

fVaterlntry— Cyrus Clark, Uennet Hior.son, L^grn'ml 
Bancroft, esq.aires* 

Nathaniel RostHcr, esq. Acxv Huvsn, Sheriff 

I)epnty-SheriJk~~l:Yi.KKf:H;v &\>w.ta*\ Eru^tua vhhom, 
A*w*ito^»-- Andrew JqIuivni, &r$ir~&hMun liouh^ 



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kiss, IVoodhridgc— Moses S. Beach, WaUingfordSts* 

phen Jarvis, Cheshire — Nathan Mitchell, Southbury— 

T h o mas P. Smith, Wa ttrhury — Horace Candee, Oxford. 

David Butler, J\exv-Haven % Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

«— 9«00— — > 

COUNTY COURT* 

Hon. El i as Perkins, Judge. 

Moses Warren, William Randall, esquires. 

Matthew GriswoW, esq Treasurer. 

Chirks Laliirop, esq. Clerk* and Clerk of Superior Court* 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE* 

New London— Jacob B. Guriey* Ehenezer Learned, 
Isaac Thompson, William Stockman, Nathaniel Harris, 
Christopher Mauwaving, Ephraim M. Frmk, Henry Ma- 
son, John A.. Fulton, esquires. 

Norwich-— Andrew Perkins, Calvin Goddard, Brastus 
Huntington, Simeon Thomas, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, gachariah Huntington, Benjamin Snow, Charles 
P. Huntington, George Perkins, Farwell Coit, John Fan* 
ning, Jonathan Cnmstock, David Bently, Eleazer Rogers, 
Benjamin Tracy, John Hyde, esquires. 

&ozr(ih~~*losU\*z Stark, Gardner Avery, William Whit- 
ing, Era st us Hyde, esquires. 

Colchester~Hei\ry Champion, John R. Watrous, Ben- 
j miiu Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, Asa Newton, Joha 
fghamjr John Bigelow, Joseph Morgan, Zachariah Oim* 
Bled, Ehenezer A Parker, Daniel Carrier, esquires. 

Fnwkiin— Oiiver Johnson, Eli Hartshorn, Gideon Hox* 
cy r .1 >£hua H)de, Ira Abel, esquires. 

(rrtewak/— Alexander Stewart, Charles Fanning, John 
Tyler, U"i!li..m CSift, llezekiah BoardnYan, Welcome 
A, Dawning* Witt- Tucker, jr esquires 

Grot on — Ebeitczer Avery, jr. Ralph Hurlbnt, Christo- 
pher Morgan, John (J Miner, Christopher Lester, Noyes 
eaibetj *\iiiQj» A. Niles, Uoswell Fislt> Hulas Smith, John 



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SDaboll, Thomas Avery, Philip Gray, John Spicev, St 1 . 
William Williams, Rodman Niles, esquires. 

Lisbon— Levi Perkins, William Adams, Freeman Tra- 
cy, Frederick Perkins, Daniel Hiaman, esquires. 

Lyme -Matthew Griswold, Moses Warren, Calvin Sel* 
den, VV illiam Noyes, Remiek Wait, Henry Perkins, Jo« 
seph E. Ely, Ebenezer Brockway* Harris Tinker, Rich- 
ard E. Selden, Charles Smiih, Samuel B Mather, Joel 
Loomis, Peter Comstock, esquires. 

J\lentville—*})d\n] Turner, Aaahel Otis, Mumford Dol- 
bear, Oliver Comstock, Oliver Raymond, Nathaniel Brad- 
ford, esquires. 

North- St omngtonSteyh-en Avery, Thomas Prentice, 
Klias Hewit, Nathan Pendleton, bands Cole, Chester 
Smith, Stanton Hewitt, esquires. 

Preston — Jeremiah HaLey, Jonah Witter, Stephen 
Meech, John Brewster, Isaac Avery, Denisou Palmer, 
Jonathan Brewster, Simon Brewster, esquires, 

Stonington— Isaac Williams, 2d. William Randall, P.irk 
Williams, Joseph Smith, W 7 illiam Robertson, Amos Den- 
ison, Jesse Dean, George Hubbard, Amos Gallup, Ettas 
Brown, esquires. 

Waterford — George Williams, William Mnore, 4th, 
Jeremiah Comstoek, Charles Avery, ttenajah Gardner, 
Griswold Avery, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Hon. James Lanraan, State Attorney. 

h*ey> London*- Lyman Law, Coddington Biiilngs, Jaeo& 
B. Gurle'y, William* P. Cleaveland, Jirah Isham, Ebenezer 
Learned, William F- Hrainard, George H. Biehards, John 
p. C Brainiird, esquires. 

•A orwich— Calvin Goddard, James Lanman, John Hyde, 
Joseph Williams, James Sled ma*, George Perkis, George 
Hill, Koswel Morgan, Henry Strong, Charles Perkins, 
esquires. 

Colchester— Eenjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
esquires. 

Grk-wold— Samuel C Morgan, esquire. 

Lyme— Henry M. Wait, esq. 

Stonington— George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smith, 
EVias Brown, esquires 

North-StQningtQn— Benjamin Fotneroy, esquice. 



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tfaterford— Constant F. Daniels, esq. 

Joshua Huntington, esq Norwich, Sheriff, 

deputy -Sheriff's — Hezekiah Goddard, Ephraim Cheese- 
brough, J\evj £ondon—Be\z Peck, Shubael Breed, Nor- 
wich — Solomon Scovil, Co /cteter-^Erastus Selden, Lyme 
David C. Smith, Slonington — Jeremiah S.Halsey, Preston. 

Gaolers — Richard Stroud, New-London — Thomas Mii- 
ter, Nonvich. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



COUN T TY COURT. 

Robert Fairchild, Esq, Judge. 

Daniei B Cooke, Stephen Wheeler, esquires'. 

— - -<— ■ , esq. Treasurer. 

David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield— -Roger M Sherman, Samuei Rowland, Hull 
Bradley, Eiiphalet Swift, Amos Burr, Gideon Tomlinson, 
John Hull, Jessup Wake man, Jeremiah Sturges, Abra- 
ham D. Baldwin, Seymour Taylor, Ralph Sherwood, en- 
quires. 

Danhnry — Daniel B. Cooke, Daniel N. Carrington, 
David Foot, Benjamin Hoyt, jr. Samuel H Phillips, 
Friend Starr, William Cook, Nathan Seeley, Phineas Tay- 
lor, Zalmori Wildman, esquires. 

HvQokfield — Colby Chamberlain, Daniel Tomlinson, 
Jleman Birch, Noah A. Lacy, esquires. 

Greenwich— Gilbert Close, David Wood, William 
Knapp, Joshua Fen is, esquires. 

Huntington — Diodate SiJliman, Abel French, F.benezer 
Beard siey, Lemuel Judson, Samuel Wheeler, William 
Shelton, Joseph Shelton, Agur Judson, Israel A* Beards- 
\ . y, esquires. 

j\ew- Canaan — Isaac Richards, Stephen Betts, Nathan 
Seeley, Aaron Comstoek, esquires. 

JKew Fairfield — Samuel T. Barnum,Jabez Treadwell, 
Daniel Hoyt, esquires. 

*Y<*:W*oxi»/!-r.*Sauiuel C. Blaekmaa, Sachariah Ferris, 



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Ebenezer Turner, Marcus Botsford, Zaehariah Clark, jr. 
esquires. 

J\or\»alk — Henry Belden, Barnabas Marvin, Clark 
Bissel, Seth Taylor, Benjamin Isaacs, William M. Betts, 
Phineas Miller, Thaddem Betts, esquires, 

Redding — Wm. Heron, Billey Cojivstock, Jonathan R. 
Santbrd, William San ford, Jonathan Meeker, esquires. 

HidgeJield—SawYit\ Stebbins, Timothy Keeler, Jesse S» 
Bradley, Abner Gillett, jr. Gamaliel Benedict, William- 
Kawley, Bradley Hull, Abijah Hyatt, esquires. 

Stamfhr d— Reuben Scolfield, John Davenport, jr. Sime- 
on H. Minor, John Augur, James Stevens, Isaac Lock- 
wood, Cary Bell, esquires 

Stratford — Samuel VV Johnson, Jabez H Tomlinson, 
Joseph Backus^ Elijah Uffoot, William Peet, Daniel Jud- 
son, Noah Plumb, David Plant, James E. Beaeh, Elihtt 
Beach, Stephen Beardsley, esquires. 

S/?*r?rcatt— David Northrop, Jedediah Graves, John Or- 
to», esquires. 

Trumbidl — Stephen Middlebrook, Judson Curtis, James 
Beardsley, jr. Ebenezer Wheeler, David Beebe, esquires. 

Weston — Jeremiah Rowland, Isaas Bennett, Simeon 
Fanton, Calvin Wheeler, jr. Abel Gregory, Stephen 
Wheeler, Charies Win ten, esquires. 

Wilton — Matthew Marvin, Ezekiel Sturges, Danie.1 
Church, jr. Bela St. John, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Matthew B Whittlesey, esq. State Attorney, 

'Fairfield-— Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, Rog- 
•r VI. Sherman, Eliphalet Swift, Gideon Tomlinson Dan- 
iel Wakeman, esquires. 

Danbiiry— -Matthew B. Whittlesey, Moses Hateh, Alan- 
Km Hamlin, esquires. 

Jjrookfield — Heman Burch, Bryant Smith, esquires. 

Greenfield— Timothy Walker, esquire. 

Huntington — Abiel K. Botsford, esquire- 

•A ew*ow?i-— Samuel C. Blackmail, Timothy Shepardj 
Benjamin P. Shelton, Charles Shepard, esquires, 

JVorwQlfc—aClwk. Bissel^ I'haddeus Betts, esquires. 



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Btamford—James Stevens, Simeon H. Minor, Joseph 
Wood, Charles Hawley, esquires. 
Stratford—* Joseph Backus, esquire. 
Tmmbtdl— Amos H. Wheeler, esquire. 
Weston—* "Charles Winton, enquire. 

Ebenezer Diraon, esq. Fairfield, Sheriff. 
Deputy-Sheriffs — John G. Allen, Fairfield.— Samuel 
Wildman, Danbury. — Herman Warner, JSexvtown.— Wil- 
liam G. Betts, JVorwalk.— Aaron Morehouse, Reddm?.— 
Joseph Gray, Stamford — John Thompson, Stratford-— 
Ezra Gregory, Bridgeport- Ap:ur Lewis, Huntington* 
Samuel Nic-hota, Fairfield, Gaoler* 
— -Crotut, Dan bury, Gaoler, 

9 Redding in the Borough of Bridgeport* 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM, 



COUNTY COURT. 

David Bolles, Esq. Judge. 

James Gordon, jr. Edmund Freeman, esquires. 

Hezekiah Ripley, esq Treasurer. 

Samuel Gray, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior Court* 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windham— Jabez Clark, Ebenezer Devotion, Hezekiah 
Ripley, Samuel Gray, Philip Hayward, David Young, 
.♦Sohn Fitch, John Baldwin, Edmund Badger,- Zaccheus 
Waldo, esquires. 

Jishford— Josias Bylei, William Perkins, Levi Work, 
David Bolles, Edward Reyes, John Warren, er.qu<res. 

Brooklyn—- John Parish, Roger W. William s a Vine Hob* 
inson, esqnires. 

Canterbury— Asa Butts, Kufcs Adams, Andrew I . 
Judson, Daniel Frost, jr. Asshel Bacon, Gad Bulkier, Pe- 
ter, Morse, John Francis, esquires* 

Columbia— Samuel Little, Silas Fuller, Seth Collins, 
Gershom Doirane, , esquires. 

Hampton— J oseph Prentiss, Roger Tainlor, Philip 
Pearl; jr. Amasa Clark, Nathan Jennings, esquires. 



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JTilUng-ly— Ezra. Hutchins, Joseph Adams, Anthony 
Srown, Ebenezer Young, Penuel Hutchins, Luther War. 
•en, Arby C<vil, esquires. 

Lebanon— William T. Williams, Peleg Thomas, jr, 
\sahel Dewey, Elisha Hutchinson, Isaiah Loomis, 2d. 
Daniel Hutchinson, Eben. Johnson, esquires. 

JMansfield— Frederick Freeman, John Salter, Zalmon. 
Storrs, Artemas GurJey, Edmund Freeman, esquires. 

Plainjield— Joseph Eaton, John Lester, James Gordon, 
ir John Dunlap, Sessions Lester, Aaron Crary, Jonathan 
Gallup, esquires. 

Pom fret—' Lemuel Ingals, Lemuel Grosvenor, John H. 
Payson, Samuel Allen, 2d. Pardon Kingsley, Euhraiia 
Ingalls, esquires. 

Sterling—John Wylie, Henry Sabin, Dixon Hall, Jere- 
miah Young, John Gallup, esquires. 

Thompson— George Lamed, John Jacobs, jr. Simon. 
Davis, jr. Jonathan Nichols, jr. Jesse Ormsbee, John 
Nichols, 2d. esquires. 

Vohmtovm— Allyn Campbell, James Alexander, William 
Gallup, Daniel Kegwein, Sierry Kinney, esquires. 
ji fVoodstock-~-3 ohn M'Ciellan, John Fox, Nehemiah 
Child, ftansellaer Child, Ebenezer Stoddard, Eleazer 
Litchfield, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

William Perkins, esq. State Attorney. 

Windham— Enamel Perkins, David Young, Philip Ihij* 
ward, John Baldwin, John Fitch, Ira Case, esquires. 

Jlsliford— William Perkins, esq. 

Brooklyn— John Parish, Daniel &ie3, esquires. 

Canterbury— -Rut us Adams, Andrew T Judson, Danici 
Frost, jr. esquires, 

Columbia — Asahel Clark, jr. Joseph Clark, esquires. 

Hampton— Joseph Prentiss, esq. 

Killingly—Khcnez.ev Young, e sq. 

.Lebanon— William T. Williams, Denisun Wattlcsjjr, 
Jonathan A. Welch, esquires. 

Plain field -Joseph Eaton, Job Monroe, esquires. 

Pom/ret — John Holbrook, Elisha B. Perkins, esquires. 

r 4 'hon2Jj$Qn*» George Lamed, Sinioa Davis, jr. esquire*. 






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Woodstock— John M'Clelian, Ebenezer Stoddard, John: 
F. Williams, esqires. 

Henry Webb, esq Windham, Sheriff. 

Deputy £'Aer/^0,— Chester Lyon, Canterbury. John 

Gallup, Brooklyn. Elisha Gleason, Pomfret, Hubbard. 

Dutton, Lebanon. Ehene?er Eaton, ')r. Plainficld. CjgiCr 

v ip Kawson, Woodstock. Ebenezer Byies, Mshford. 

Socretes Balcam, Windham, Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Augustus Pettibone, esq. Judge. 

Martin Strong, Homer Bonrdman, enquires. 

Abel Cat Ho, esq Treasurer. 

Hon. Frederick Wokott, Clerk, ami Clerk of Superiour> 

Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE*. 

LiichJ-eld-r- James Morris, Uriel Holmes, Beth Landon*- 
Asa Bacon, jr. Phineas Miner, Levi Catlin, Morris 
"Woodruff, John Welch, Jabea W Huatrrigton, Seth P* 
Beers, Jonathan Btiell, Nathaniel Goodwin, esquires. 
: JSarkhamsted — John Meniis, Luke Loomis, Paul Kob* 
eris, jr.. Wm. Taylor,. Amos Beacber, esquires. 

BethJem — George D. Kason, Joseph H. Bellamy, SheU 
don C. .Leavitt, Nehemiah Lambert, Samuel Bloss, es- 
quires. 

Canaan— John Elmore, Silas Franklin, John Roiabird, 
Azariah 'Smith, Wm. M. Burrall, Joshua Cornwall, Iiena.* 
jah ppngjasftj Nathaniel Stevens, erquires. 

Colcbrnofc— Reuben KoekweM, Set I; Marshall, Nathan 
Bass, Launcelot Phelps, Grove Pinney, esquires. 

Corn-wall — Oliver Burnham, Benjamin Gold, Rtifus 
Swift, Uenjamin Sedgew:&k, William Kellogg, e&quires. 

Goshen — Adino Hale, Moses Lyman, jr. Wm. Stanley, 
Theodore North, Truman Starr/ Julius Beach, esquires. 

Harivintan—JfMnQ-i Brace, Lewis Cittiin, Benjamin 
Griswcld, Noah Welton, Bcnajah Harden, esquires. 



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gent— Matthew ttlliott, Nathaniel P. Perry, Hopson 
Pratt, John Mills, Philo Mills, esquires. 

jSlew Hartford— Aaron Austin, Roger Mills, Chauricey 
Seymour, William G. Williams, Asa Goodwin, Asher 
Merrils, esquires. 

JS/eiU'jyjilford — Reuben Warner, Elisha Botswick, l>a- 
vid S. Board man, Abel Merwin, Joel Sanford, Homer 
Boardman, Eli Todd, Stephen Crane, esquires 

Norfolk — Augustus Petiibone, Benjamin Welch, Joseph 
Battell, Michael F Mills, Joseph Riggs, esquires. 

Plymouth— Daniel Potter, Calvin Butler, Thomas 
Mitchell, esquires. 

Roxbury— Silas Miner, Josiah R. Eastman, Royal R. 
Hinman, Stephen Sanford, esquires. 

Salisbury — Samuel Lee, Elisha Sterling', Lot Norton, 
Martin Strong, John M. Holly, Eliphalet Whittlesey, 
Samuel Church, esquires. 

Sharon— John C Smith, Calvin Gay, Samuel E. Ever- 
ett, O.iver Kellogg, Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Samuel 
Jtockwell, Samuel II Gager, Stephen Deming, esquires. 

2 'orrington— William Battell, Lyman Wetmore, Eras- 
iis Hodges, Russel C AbernetWy, Sam! Woodward, Ste- 

hen Fder, Oliver Coe, esquires. 

Warren — John Tallmadge, Benjamin Carter, Judah EU 

red, Youngs Elliot, esquires. 

Washington — Daniel N. Brinsmade, David Whittlesey, 
illiam Cogswell, Elijah Hasen, Daniel B. Brinsmade, 
Hermanus Marshall, Conslantine M'Mahon, esquires. 
Watertoivn— Charles Merriman, John H De Forest^ 

olbrook Curtiss, Amos Baldwin, Daniel Hicox,jr. es- 
quires. 

Winchester — Samuel Hurlbut, Solomon Rockwell, Jo- 
seph Miller, James Beebe, Luman Wakefield, Truman S. 
Wetmore, esquires. 

Woodbury-— Noah B. Benedict, Nathan Preston, 
Charles B. Phelps, Philo Murray, Reuben Martin, ej* 
quires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Elisha Sterling, esq State Attorney. 
Litchfield — Asa Bacon, jr. Phineks Miner, Seth P. 
Beers, Jabes W. Huntington, esquires. 



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Jiethlem— Joseph H. Bellamy, esq. 

Canaan— John Elmore, Wm. M. Bur rail, ReubeiQ 
Hunt, Leman Church, esquires. 

Colebrook— William S. Holabird, esq. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, esq. 

Goshen — Theodore North, esq. 

Kent -Nathaniel P. Perry, Homer Swift, esquires. 

J\ew- Hartford— 'Roger Mills, William G. Williams, eg 
quires. 

JVetV'Milford— David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, Phil< 
N. Heacock, esquires. 

Norfolk — Michael F. Mills, George B. Holt, esquires 

Plymouth— Calvin Butler, esq. 

Uoxbivry — Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth, es 
quires. 

Salisbury — Elisha Sterling, Samuel Charch, Philandeij 
Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, esquires. 

Sharon— Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling Chauncey Smith 
esquires. 

Washington— William Cogswell, esq, 

Watcrtown — Holbrook Curtis, e9q, 

Winchester — Joseph Miller, esq. 

Woodbury — Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Miner, jr 
John Strong, jr. Charles B. Phelps, Nathaniel Perry, ji 
esquires. 

John R. Land on, esq Litchfield, Sheriff* 

Deputy Sheriffs^— Ozias Seymour, Samuel Gornstock 
JVeiv-Milford. Matthew Giliet, New- Hartford. Marcu 
De Forest, Woodbury. Davkl Bird, Bethltm. John N 
Guun, Washington. William P. Russell, Canaan. Tina 
©thy Chittenden, jr. Salisbury. 

Roger Cook, Litchfield, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COUKT. 

Hon. Ask eh Miller, Judge. 

Joshua Stow, Joel Pratt, esquires. 

Seth Overton, esq. Treasurer, 

John Fisk, esq Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior Ceurfc 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletoivn— A sher Miller, Matthew T. Russel, Ncne* 
miatk Hubhard,Ebeneaer Sage, Isaac Gridley, John Pratt/ 
Eli Coe, Josiah Sage, Josiah Savage, Daniel J. Griswold, 
Alexander Wolcott, Elisha Coe, Seth Paddock, Arthur 
W. Magill, Major A. Andrews, esquires. 

Haddaiti'— Oliver Wells, Calvin Brainard, Simon Shay- 
ter, John Brainard, 2d, John Brainard, Joseph Arnold, 
to Joseph Scovel, esquires- 

Cnatham— Daniel Shepard, David Clark, Nathaniel 
I Corn well, Benjamin Hurd, Ralplv Smith, Abel Penfield* 
George White, Amasa Daniels, jr. Sparrow Smith, ea- 
ril quires. 

Durham*— Guernsey Bates, Worthington G. Chauncey^ 
ii Bridgman Guernsey, Jfames Robinson, Lemuel Camp, es- 
quires. 

Ea$t-Haddam—}o\if\ Brainard, Josiah Griffin, William 
Cone, Sylvester Chapman, Isaac Chapman, William Palm- 
er, Samuel P. Lord, Diodate Jones, Isaac Chester, Wra. 
Hungerford, esquires. 

KilUng-ionrth—* William Morgan, Dan Lane, Nathan 
Hull, Joel Griswold, Amaziah Bray, William Carter, Da- 
vid Kelsey, Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hurd, Jedediah Har- 
ris, esquires. 

Say brook — Jonathan Lay, Samuel Hart, Samuel Wil- 
liams, John Stannard, Jonathan Warner, Clark Nott, Jo- 
seph Hill, William Lynde, Augustus Bushnell, Rufus 
Clark, Joel Pratt, Stephen Utter, James P. Kedfteld, 
Benjamin Holt, esquires. 

PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Major Andre Andrews, esq. State Attorney. 
JMiddletown—^Iztthew T. Russell, Enoch Huntington » 
Elijah Hubbard, Chauncey Whittlesey, Jonathan Barnes, 
jr. .Major Andre Andrews, Minoc Hotchkiss, esquires. 
Haddam-^ Linus Parmalee, jr. Ely Warner, esquires. 
Chatham — Ebenezer Force, esq. 

Ease- tiaddam— Saved Spencer, Epaphrodilus Champi- 
on, jr. Nathan L. Foster, WUtijun Hungerford, iiobert 
liussel!, esquires* 



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KiUingworth—k. Bray, A. A. Loomis, N. Lester, e&o 

quires. 

Say brook— Joseph Platts, esq. 

John L. Lewis, esq. JMiddletown, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs-- Charles Arnold, JJuddam. Gideon 
B Higg'ms, East-Haddam. Abraham Pratt, Saybrotfk. 
David Wright, Killingworth. 

Gao!ers-D&nie\ Smith, Haddam. Harvey Treadway, 
East-Haddam, 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Sylvester Gilbert, esq. Judge. 

Benning Mann, Septimus Huntington, esquires. 

Elisha Stearns, esq. Clerk, and Cleikot" the Superior 

Courts. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland — Jonathan Barnes, Elisha Stearns, Calvin Wil- 
ley, Ashbel Chapman, esquires 

Bolton— Saul Alvord, jr Ichabod M. Warner, Joseph 
Carver, Jabez L While, esquires. 

Coventry — Jesse Root, Nathan Howard, Elisha Edger- 
ton, Elijah Wright, Jeremiah Parish, Isaiah Daggett, es- 
quires. 

Ellington— -John Hall, Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Icha- 
bod Mudge, esquires. 

Hebron — Sylvester Gilbert, Joel Jones, Elijah House, 
Stewart Beebe, Paytoa R Gilbert, Andrew Mann, es- 
quires. 

Somers — Calvin Pitkin, Benjamin Phelps, Solomon L. . 
Fuller, Horatio A Hamilton, Walter A. Kihbee, esquires. 1 

Stafford— Calvin Edson, Nathan Johnson, esquires, 

Vernon — Oliver Khig, Lebbeus P. Tinker, John Walk- 
er, esquires 

Union— Samuel Crawford, William Foster, Ingoldsby 
W. Crawford, esquires 

tfillington — Zebulon. Cracker, Caleb Walker, DanleJ 
Glazier, esquires. 



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TRA.CTXSrNG ATTORNEYS. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 
Tolland— Jo. lalhan Barnes, Calvin Willey, Ettslia 
Stearns, esquires. 

Coventry — Jeremiah Parish, esq. 

Ellington — Asa Willey, esq. 

Hebron Stuart Bebee, Ralph Gilbert, esquires. 

Somers— Waller R. Kibbee, Nathan Cooley, esquires. 

Stafford— Benning Mann, Orren Sumner, esquires. 

George O.Xiilbert, esq. Tolland, Sheriff 
Deputy Sheriffs — Ariel Ladd, Tolland Aholiab John* 
;«0n, Stafford. Humphrey T Fuller, Hebron, 
Ariel Ladd, Tolland Gaoler. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 
"Hartford 
yew-Haven 
New-London 
*>rneld 
Windham 
Litchfield 
Middletown 
PlainfielA 
Guilford 
Norfolk 
Woodbury 
Stamford 
Danbnry 
East Haddam 
Norwich 
Vomtret 
Sharon 
fetafford 
Siinsbury 
Stonington 
Farmington 
Waliiugford 
Sa) brook 
Stratford 



Judges. Clerk*, 

Jonathan Brace .Tames Well? 

Elizur Goodrich Roger S. Skinner 

Matthew Griswokl Ebenezer Learned 

Samuel Rowland Gershom Burr 



John Baldwin 
Fred*k Wolcott 
Asher Miller 
Rufus Adams 
Henry Kill 



Henry Huntington 
J. W. Huntington 
John Fisk 
Joseph Eaton 
William Todd 



Augustus Pettibone George B Holt 
Nathan Preston Nath'n Preston, jr 
James Stevens Simeon H. Miner 

Daniel B. Cooke Moses Hatch 
Beuja. Trumbull, jr Ralph Ishara 
"Nathaniel Shiftman Henry Strong 
Lemuel Grosvenor F.iisha B Perkins 
Elisha Sterling Fred'k A Sterling 



Calvin Willey 

Solomon Everest 
Ralph Hurlbut 
John Mix 



Joseph Howard 
William Stone 
Erastus T. Smith 
Martin Bull 



Jared P. Kirtland George Kirtland 
William Lvndc Azariah Bray 
David Plant Wm. A.Tomlimon 



Districts. 
East- Windsor 
Waterbury 
Nor walk 
New-Milford 
Hebron 
Gran by 



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Judges* 
Henry Terry 
John Kingsbury 
William M. Belts 
D. S. Boardraan 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Joab Griffin, jr. 



Clerks. 
William Dixoa 
Bennet Bronsorr 
William G. Bett* 
W. W. Boardmat 
Stuart Bee be 
Joshua R.Jewitt 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Hartford— Enoch Perkins, Hezekiah Huntington, Wal- 
ter Mitchell, John M. Gannett, Elizur Goodrich, jr« Jo] 
seph Trumbull, Isaac Perkins. 

Granby — Samuel Woodruff. 

tYexv- Haven— Eliaur Goodrich, Dyer White, R. I. In! 
gersoll, Leonard A. Daggett, Lucius At water, Charlel 
A. Ingersoll. 

Derhij — John Humphreys, jr. Josiah Dudlev. 

Guilford— \m\\*m Todd. 

Jffiiford— David B. Ingersoll. 

JVallingford— George W. Stanley. 

•A ew- London— Lyman Law, , Ebenczer Learned, Wij 
iiam F. Brainard, George 11. Richards. 

JVorzwcA—James-Laniftan, James Stedman, Joseph Wij 
liams, Henry Strong. 

Colchester— Daniel Watrous. 

Stoning ton- Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard, Eli 
as Biov.n. 

Lyirie— rWiHtam Noyes, Heniy M. Wail. 

Fairfie ld~ Gideon Tomiinson. 

Danbury— Daniel B. Cooke. 

Stratford— David Plant. 

Mridgeport — Joseph Backus. 

JVor-ivatk— Clark Biased. 

Windham— Samuel Perkins. 

Mi v l k'yti — J oh n Parish . 

Lebanon — Willam T. Williams. 

tVood&tock— Jedediah Morse, John M'Clellan 

JLitchfield— Frederick Wclcott, Stlh P. Beers. 

Salisbury — Eiisha Sterling. 

Woodbury— Joliu P. Marshall, 



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Middle town— Stephen T. Hosmer, Matthew T. RusseT, 
Chauncey Whittelsey. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee, jun. 
Killing-worth — Amaziah B ray. 
Saybrook— George W. Jewett. 
Motion— Daniel Lord. 



TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS, 

FOR 1813. 



Towns. 
Ashford 
Barkhamsted 
Berlin 
Bcthlem 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
Bran ford 
Bristol 
Brookfield 
Burlington 
Broo^yn 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Danbury 
Derby 
Durham 
East-Haven 
East-Hartford 
East-Haddam 
East- Windsor 
Ellin gtoa 



Clerks. 
Jos i ah Byles 
John Merrills 
William Smith 
Samuel Church 



Collectors. 
Peter S. Aliuard 
Drayton Jones 
William Stephens 
Adam C> Casspii 



Manton Hammond Elijah Strong 
Gardner Avery John Abel 



Samuel Frisbie 
Tracy Peck 
Daniel Haw ley 
Simeon Hart 



Josiah Fowler 
Richaid Feck 
Noah A, Lacey 
William Marks 



Zachariah Spalding Bela P. Spaulding 
Daniel Frost Walter Williams 

Benajah Douglass Simeon Higley,jr. 
James Humphrey Lancel Focte 



Zebulon Penfield 
Rufus Hitchcock 
Lancelot Fhelps 
Daniel Watrous 
Samuel Little 
William Kellogg 
Nathan Howard 
Aaron Seeley 
Sheldon Curtiss 
W. G. Chauncey 
Bela Farnum 
Samuel Pitkin 
Nathan L/Fcster 
Aaron Bissel 
Robert Hyde 



Jesse Hurd, jr. 
Stephen Jai vis 
Arthur Howell 
John C. ftulkley 
Eiam Loomis 
Edmund Harrison 
Elisha Sprague,ji% 
Levi Starr 
Abram liardyear 
Ozias Camp," 2d 
De Grass Maltby 
Jason Gurley 
Ozias Holmes 
Select-Men 
Wy My s Russell 



Towns, 
Enfield 
Farmington 
Fair fit Id 
Franklin 
G fasten bury 
Goshen 
Gran by 
Greenwich 
Griswold 
Groton 
Guilford 
Haniden 
Haddam 
\\ amnion 
HariiWd' 
Harlland 
Darwin ton 
Hebron 
Huntington 
Kent 

Killiiigworth 
Killingiy 
Lebanon 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 
M««.nsfie!d 
IMar'H'Orough 
Meridcn 
IVliddlebury 
Muldictown 
Milford 
Mont wile 
New Canaan 
New Fnic field 
New Hartford 
New-Haven 
New- L< id on 
N^wMKfoid 
Nt viown 
£icrih- Haven 



Clerks. 
Elam O Potter 
John Mix 
Samuel Rowland 
Eli Hartshorn 
Jonathan Wells 
Ad'tito Hale 
Daniel Hayes 
Hezt kiah Tracy 
Win Tucker, jr. 
Amos A. Niles 
Samuei Fowler 
Russell Pierpont 
John Brain ard, 2d 
Wm. A Brewster 
Elisha Colt 
Aaron Church 
Elijah (.ay lord 
John S. Peters 
Samuel Wheeler 
Lewis Si, John 
Elisha Kel«ey,jr. 
Luther Warren 
Elisha Hutchinson 
Joseph Jewel t 
JVioses Seymour 
Charles Smith 
Lu'hei Ringsley 
David 15 itipiey 
Isaac Lewis 
L Townsend 
John Fisk 
Samuel Highy 
Giles Turner 
Samuel St. John 
SamM T, Barnurn 
Asa Gcodu in 
Elisha Mutton 
Eberieapi Way 
Eli:;h: Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Dan id Pkrprnt 



Collectors,, 
Eph'm P Pruddeni 
Elijah Porter 
Thos. F tiowland 
A I van Abel 
Eben'r Goodale, jr a 
Augustus Miles 
Alexander i Joskins 
famuel Brown 
James Tyler, jr. 
Stephen Haley 
Ken ben Stone 
Roderick Kimberly 
George Clark 
Thomas Clark 
Benjamin B;>lles 
Israel Williams 
Zimri Skinner 
Obadiah White, 2<| 
Obadiah Beardsley 
John H Ful'er 
Jeremiah Hull 
Simon Muf thins 
Jacob Ai*Loornis 
ichabod Bumham 
Cfearies Buell 
Richard Huntley 
Artemas Fletcher 
Daniel Tyler 
Enos H. Buell 
Samuel Yale 
Afcher M. Coe 
Beard Baldwin 
Joshua Baker 
Edward Na c h 
Abel JVI t-herwooi 
Horace Keflogg 
John Skinner 
Nathan Uaymond 
Briggs Ingersoll 
JUcob Beers 
Joku Abbott 



Tawnsm 
Norfolk 
Norwalk 
Norwich 

North StoniugCon 
Oxford 
Plainfield 
Plymouth 
Pom fret 
Preston 
Jiedding 
liidgefield 
Iloxbury 
Salisbury- 
Say brook 
Sharon 
Sherman 
Somers 
Southington 
South bury 
Stafford 
Stamford 
Sterling- 
Sionington 
Stratford 
Suffield 
Simsbury 
Thompson 
Tolland 
Torrington 
Trumbull 
Dnion 
Vernon 
Voluntown 
Wallingford 
Warren 
Washington 
IVaterbury 
Waterford 
Waterlown 
Weston 
Wethersfield 



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Clerks. Collectors. 

Aurin Roys Josiah Pettibone 

Benjamin Isaacs Samuel Burwell 
Philip Huntington Augustus Lathrop 

Stephen Avery Gideon Chapman 

Ho^ea Dutt"n John Davis, jr. 

X Hinckley William Hall 

Calvin Butler Harry Scovill 

T. M Grosvenor Sim'n S. Parkhurst 

John Morgan John T. Mjtt 

Jona. U. San ford John B. Vlerritt 

Samuel Stebbins Bradley Hull 

Elihu Canfield Cyrene Mallery 

Newman Holley Alexander L imb 

Clark Nott John Bushnell, 2d 

George King, jr. Stephen Deming 

David Northrop Dan Pepper, jr. 

Jabez Collins Oliver Collins 

Lucas Curtis Chester Grannis 

John Mosely Hi chard Smith 

Samuel Blodget Elijah Kent 

Samuel Hoyt Joshua Morehouse 

Pierce Smith John Thurston 

Jesse Deane Z Cheesebro' 3d 

Elijah Uftoot Benjamin UtF.jot 

Oliver Pease Jonathan Pomeroy 
Jona. Petlibone, jr. James Cornish 

John Nichols, jr. Stephen E TefFt 

Luther Eaton John Warren, jr. 

John Gillelt, jr. Israel Coe 
Sam'! A. De ForestSilas Haynes 

Robert Lawson Ingol. W Crawford 
Lebbeus P. I inker Simeon Cooley r 

James Alexander Samuel liobbins 

Hunn Munson Dickerman Hall 

George Starr Augustus Coleman 

D, W. Brinsmade John N. Gunn 

Ashley Scott Luther Gil)bud 

Caleb Raymond Leb W. Gardner 

Aner Bradley Timothy Richards 

Simeon Fantnn Turney Foot 

Ezekiel P, Beldea Samuel Galpin 



To-*ns. 
Willing-ton 
Wilton 
Windham 
Windsor 
Winchester 
Woodbridge 
Wood bury 
Woodstock 
Wolcott 



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Clerks. Collectors, 

Spnffbrd Brigham John I. Moulton 
Samuel Belden, jr.Noah Olmstead 



John Staniford 
Klisha N. Sill 
Eliphaz Alvord 
Justus Thomas 
Nathan Preston 
John Fox 
Archibald Miner 



Klisha White 
Nahun Moore 
Eben Coe 
gamuel Newton 
Abiram Drakeley 
Oliver Morse 
Moses Pond, jr. 



The foregoing list is taken from the returns of the Town 
Clerks, made to the Stale Treasury in May 1818, with 
which it has been carefully compared. 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 



George Gii.let, esq. Hebron, Tolland County, Survey- 
or General. 
DEPUTY SURVEYORS. 
County of Hartford — Daniel St. John, Hartford. 
County of New Haven — Moses Beach, of Walliugford. 
County of ISew-ljondon — Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
County of Fairfield — Joseph Moss White, of Danbury, 
County of Windham — Lemuel Ingal!s,of Ponifret. 
County if Litchfield— ■William M. Burrall, of Canaan. 
County of Middlesex — Dan Lane, of KHlingworth, 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



OFFICERS AND FELLOWS, 

Of the Connecticut Medical Society in Convention Oct. 
. \5th, 1818. 
Mason F. Cogswell, M. p. President. 
Thomas Hnbbtud, m. p. Vice-President* 
John 81. Peters, m. d. Treasurer. 
Jonathan Knight, m. d. Secretary* 



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fELLOWS FROM THE SEVERAL C6irNTIE$L 

Hartford County — John Bestor, m. d. Sarauel B, 
Woodward, Sylvester Wells, m. d. Eli Todd, M. d. Solo- 
mon Everest. M. D. 

New-Haven County — Eli Ives, m. d. Joseph Foot, m. 
D. Jonathan Knight, m. b. Pearl Craft, Edward Field. 

J^exv- London County — John Smith, George Downer, 
Sylvester Wooster, Nathaniel S. Perkins, Benjamin F . 
Stoddard. 

Fairfield County— -Rennet Perry, Gideon Beardsley, 
Noah A. Lacy, Isaac Jennings, Ansel Hoyt. 

Windham County — Thomas Hubbard, m. d Joseph 
Palmer, Andrew Harris, Silas Fuller, Penuel Hatching 

M. D. 

JLitclifield County— William Buel, Warren R. Fov/?er, 
M D. Benjamin Welch, John Calhoun, Joshua Cornwall, 

Middlesex Co?i?2ty~ -Thomas Miner, William Tully, 
Jesse Bigelow. 

Tolland County— John S- Peters 5 m. d. Daniel Peck, 
John Grant. 



CLERKS OF THE SEVERAL COUNTIES. 
Hartford County — Sam'l B. Woodward, of Wethersneld. 
•hew -Haven County — Yirgil M.Dow, of N. Haven. 
New London County — Nath'l S. Perkins, of N. London* 
Fairfield County— Isaac Jennings, of Trumbull, 
lAtchfield County — Conant Catlin, of Bethlem. 
Windham County — William A. Brewster, of Hampton 
Middlesex County— William Tulley, of Middletown. 
'Tolland County— John Grant, of Stafford. 



Voted, That Drs. Mason F. Cogswell, Thomas Hubbard, 
Thomas Miner, and Wm. Tully be appointed a standing 
Committee, for the purpose of nominating Professors 
in the Medical Institution. 

Voted, That Drs Fowler, Hubbard, Ives, and Miner, 
be the Committee to nominate Candidates for the Degree 
of Doctor of Medicine. 

VotedtTh&iDv. Thomas Miner, he appointed to exhibifc 
a Dissertation on some Medical Subject, to the next con- 
vention . 



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Voted, That Era. Thomas Hubbard, Thoma3 Miner,, 
and Warren It Fowler, be the Committee of Examina* 
nation. 

Adjourned to the Wednesday following the second 
Thursday in October 1819, at 10 o'clock A. M. to meet. at 
the Medical College. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

PRACTISING IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



OCT Nearly nil Physicians practice Surgery in some cas- 
es f hut those only are classed here under the head of 
" Surgeons,'' ivhose practice is confined to that depart- 
ment. From this general observation however, must be 
exempted c few instances^ where the names of persons 
equally eminent in both departments % are arranged w»« 
der Loth heads. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

Hartford— Barwick Bruce, Charles Mather, Mason F. 
Cogswell, M- d* Sylvester Wells, m. i>. 'William Coleman, 
Leonard Bacon, Judah Bliss, Nathan Strong, jr. John L- 
Comstock. 

Merlin— Adna Stanley, John Andrews, JosiahM. Ward, 
Samuel Hart, 2d David Carpenter, William M. Hand. 

JJristol— 'Vitus Merriman, Miles C Francis. 

Burlington— Perez Mann, Aaron Hitchcock, Samuel 
Bronson. 

Canton — Solomon Everest, m. d. William Everitt, 
Benjamin Weed, jr. 

East-Hartford — George Gris wold, Timothy Hall, m. d. 
David Bemys. 

East- Windsor — Elihu Tudor, Daniel Porter, Elijah F. 
Reed, Henry A. Porter. 

Enfield— Simeon Field, m. d. 

Farmington— Eli Todd, m. »• Asahel Yale, John A* 
. Jlart. 



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Glastenbury — Asaph Coleman, Norman Lyman, Ralph 
Carter. 

Granhy— Eliphalet Buck, Gideon Case, Marcus Potter, 
Daniel Benjamin, Joseph F. Jewett, Silas Meaebam. 

Hartland — Philander Humphrey, Nathaniel Bosworth. 

Marlborough— Daniel Smith, William Graham. 
i Simsbury — John Bester, m. d 

Southington — Josiah Hoot, Mark Newell, Timothy 
Jones, Julius S. Barnes 

Suffield— Howard Alden, Oliver Peas*, John W. Hanch- 
ett. 

Wethersfield— -Daniel Fuller, Samuel B. Woodward, Ar- 
chibald Hall, Ashbel Robertson. 

Windsor — Hezekiah Chaffee, Christopher Wolcott, A- 
bel Simmons, George Pratt, James E. Hart, Timothy 
Phelps, jr. 

SURGEONS. 
Hartford — Mason F Cogswell, m. d. Dwell Morgan, 
Canton- -Solomon Everest, m. d. 
East-Hartford- Timothy Hall, m. d. 

OO M 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

JKexV'Haven — Eneas Munson, m. d. Levi Ives, m. d. 
Nathan Smith, m. d. Obadiah Hotchkiss, Elijah Munson, 
Eli Ives, m. x>. Jonathan Knight, m. d. Timothy P. Beers, 
John Titsworth, m. d. Samuel funderson, Virgil M. Dow. 

Branford — Jared Foot, Reuben Linsley, Orchard 
Gould, Heraan P. Brooks, Lyman Parker. 

Cheshire — Thomas T. Cornwall, William L. Foot, 
Charles Sheltoo, John A Cornwall. 

Derby — Ed warcft; rafts, Pearl Crafts. 

East- Haven — Bela Farnum. 

Guilf or d~-Jon*t\mn Todd, M. d David S. Brooks, Ja- 
red Uedfield, Anson Foote, Samuel Fitch, Abraham 
Biatchley. 

Ilamden — Return E. Jones, Chauncey Andrews, 

•Meviden — Isaac I Hough 

JMiddlebury — Chauncey B Foot. 

MUford— Caleb Austin, Andrew French, — — Beards* 
ley. 

NQVthrlfoven*— Joseph Foot, m, p. 



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Ox/or d— Hosea Dulton, Abiram Stoddard, Noah Stone* 
Southbury— Anthony Burnt, Herman M.Clark. 
Waterbury — Joseph Porter Edward Field, Nimrod 
Hull. 

1 Vallingf or d— John Andrews, Jared P. Kirtland. 
Woodbridge — Jthiel CasteJ, Isaac Goodsell. 
Wolcott— John Potter, Ambrose Ives. 

SURGEONS. 
J\ew Haven — Nathan SmkhyM.D. Jonathan Knight,MD t 
.Derby— Silas Baldwin. 
Walltngfi ?y/— M oses G ay 1 ord. 
F'Vaterbuvi/~-Je$se Porter. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 
r JWw London — Thomas Coit, m. d* Samuel H. P. Lee, 
Riisha North, m d. Archibald Mercer, Dyer Troop Brain- 
ard, Nathaniel S. Perkins, Thomas Graham. 

A 'orwich*— Philemon Tracy, m. d George Tisdale, John 
Turner, Thomas B. Buswell, Richard P. Tracey. 

Mozrah—* John Scott. 

Colchester— John R. Watrous, m. d Howell "Rogers, 
Ezekiel W. Parsons, John Billings, Andrew F. Warner. 

Fr€tiifclin-- Benjamin Ellis, Elijah Hartshorn, Reuben 
Burgess. 

Groton — John O. Miner, m. r>. John Smith, Dan King. 

Grisrvold— Eleazer B. Downing, Lucius Tyler. 

JAsbon — Jeptha Hebbard 

JLyme — Samuel Mather m. d. Phineas Hyde, Vine Ut» 
ley, John L. Smith, John C M Brockway, Sylvester 
Wooster, Marvin Smith, Richard Noye«. 

Montville— Seth W. Holmes, Ephraim Fellows, Benja- 
min F. Stoddard. 

A orth-Stonington— Thomas T. Wells. 

Preston— Avery Downer, m. t>. Benjamin Harris, 
George Downer. 

Stonington— Wm. Lord, Wm. Robinson, ——. Bailey. 

M'aterford—isLmes Rogers, Elijah Butts. 
SURGEONS. 

iVew London— Elisha North, M. D. 

J\ otiwitH— John Turner. 

Colchester— John 11. Watrous, M. D. 



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COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Fairfield— Hosea Hurlbut, m. d David Hull, David 
Richmond, William B. Nash, John P. Patterson. 

Banbury— Daniel Corasfock, jr. Noah Linsley, Samuel 
Banks, Ansel Hoyt, Jabez Starr. 

Jyroo k fie I d—Ph\\o Merwin, Noah A. Lacey, Eli Perry. 

Greenwich -Shadrach Mead, Darius Mead, Elisha It. 
Belcher. 

Huntington— VTi\\\simShe\ton 9 m, d. Gideon Beardsley, 
Charles Beardsley. 

JVfcw- Canaan^- Joseph Sillman, Samuel S. Noyes. 

JSTexv- Fair fie 1 d— Isaac Knapp. 

Newtown — Bennett Perry, Gideon Shepherd, m.t>. Oli- 
ver Bancroft, Benjamin Curtiss, John Judson. 

Norwalk— Phineas Miller, Jonathan Knight, Richard 
S. Bryan. 

Sherman— ^John Orton. 

Bedding — Thomas Davis, C. Gorham. 

Ridge field— David Perry, Amos Baker, Neliemiah Per- 
ry, Philo Hall. 

Stamford — Samuel Webb, Nathaniel Hubbard, John 
Augur*, Warren Pereival, Samuel Lockwood. 

Stratford — * James B. Beach, Charles Toralinson, *Na- 
than Tisdale, William T. Shellon. 

Trumbull — Elijah Middlebrook, m. td. Isaac Jennings. 

Weston—- -Gabriel Baldvvie, Uriah Parrock, Nathan J« 
Bennet. 

Wilton — David Willard, Abraham Chichester. 
SURGEONS. 

Fairfield— David Richmond. 

Greenwich — Elisha R. Belcher. 

J\ ewtown — Bennet Perry. 

Stratford — Nathan Tisdale. 

Trumbull — Elijah Middlebrook, m. d. 

* di Bridgeport* 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 
Windham— Christopher S. Avery, David Currier, Ches- 
ter Hunt, Luther Manning. 



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Ashford — Joseph Palmer, m. u. Andrew Huntington* 
Joseph Palmer, jr- 

Brooklyn — Waldo Hutchins. 

Canterbury— Rufus Johnson, Elijah Baldwin. 

Columbia— Silas Fuller. 

Hampton — John Brewster, Jacob Hovey, Charles MouU 
ton, William A Brewster 

Killingly — Penuel Hutchins, m. d Robert Grosvenor. 

Lebanon — Thaddeus Clark, ErastU3 Osgood, Daniel 
Hutchinson. — Comstock. 

Mansfield— 3 ohzi. Adams, Earl Swift, Brighnra. 

Plainfield— Siah Fuller* Jared Fuller, Rowland Green* 
Mowry Burgess. 

Pom/ret — Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Darius Hutchins, 
Benjamin Hubbard. 

StevliHg-rThomsiS Backus, John Patridge, Oliver Hu« 
lett. 

Thompson — Horatio Holbrook. 

Voluntoivn — Allen Campbell, Daniel Campbell, Hervey 
Campbell 

Woodstock — Ebenezer Bishop, Amasa Carrol, Joseph 
Segrave, Thomas Morse, Daniei Lyman, Amos Carrol. 
SURGEONS. 

Ashford — Joseph Palmer, jua. 

Canterbury— Andrew Harris. 

Lebanon — Benoni Sweet. 

Plainfield — Jared Fuller* 

Pomjret — Thomas Hubbard, M. ©. 

W«odstock—D&u\z\ Lyman. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

LitchfieJd — Daniel Sheldon, Joseph Parker, Wm, Buel, 
Abel Catlin, 2d. Patridge Parsons, lleuben S. Woodward, 
Samuel Buel.John M "West. 

Jiarkhamsted — A mos Beecher. 

Jiethlem— Conant Catlin. 

Canaan — Joshua Corn we II, Ovid Plumb 

Colebraok — Jesse (Ja.rington, m. d. Lancelot Phelps. 

Cornwall — Joseph N'urih, John Calhoun. 

Go hen- • Erastur, L Hartj ^ ill lain Marsh. 

Har-winton — Kosweil Abernethy. 



77 

Kent— John Raymond, Wells Beardsley, Stephen Ben? 
nett. 

JKeiv Hartford— \ndrew Ahernethy 

JMetv -Mil ford — Ebenezer Smith, Jehiel Williams, Is- 
rael Graves, Reuben Warner, jr. William H. Taylor 

Norfolk — Benjamin Welch . 

Plymouth — Ozias Warner, Gideon Woodruff,— —Ban- 
croft. 

Tioxbury — Josiah R. Eastman. 

Salis nry — William Walton, James R. Dodge, Asahel 
Humphrey, Perry Pratt. 

Sharon — Samuel Rockwell, John W. Smith, John 
Sears, Ellmore Everitt, — — North. 

Torringion — Samuel Woodward, M. d. Erastus Ban- 
croft, George Jat vis 

Warren— - Aaron Coleman. 

Washington — Warren II Fowler, m. d. Ira V. Bronson. 

W a?ertoxtm—rS'<*mnz\ Elton 

Winchester — Truman S. Wetmore, Lnman Wakefield. 

Woodbury — Nathaniel Perry, M. jp. Henry T. Orton, 
SURGEONS. 

Litchfield — Robert Cat! in. 

Sharon — Samuel R GrageK 

Woodbury— -Nathaniel Perry, m. d. 



COUNTY; OF MIDDLESEX. 

JWddletotvn — John Oshorn, Ebenezer Tracy, Ebenezef 
Gilbert, Isaac Concklin, Thomas Miner, jr William TuHy* 

fiaddam—* Sylvester Quikjey, Jesse Wright. 

Chatham — John Riobmond, Isaac Smith, jr. David B. 
Holtfster. 

Durham — William S Pierso'n 

East Maddam — Augustus Mather, Jonah Cone, 2d. Jes- 
se Bigelow, David Johnson, Asa Vl. Uh\t 

Killing-worth— Austin. Oic >tt, Benjamin Hill, Rufua 
Turner 

Saybrook — Elisha Mather, Samuel Carte r, Ebeuezei* 
Cone, Gideon A,. Dickinson, Andrew Warner, Ezra S, 
Mather. 

SURGEONS. 
flliddlelGivn — Ebenexer Tracy, 



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COUNTY OP TOLLAND. 

Tolland — Gurdon Thompson, Abijah Ladd, jr. Benja- 
min Potwine. 

Jiolton— 3 ahez L. White, Simeon Birge. 

Coventry— Naihan Howard, m, d. Eleazer Hunt, Dan- 
iel Avery. 

FAUng ton— Allyn Hyde, Ruggles Carpenter. 

Hebron— John S. Peters, M. r>. John Payne, Gaylord 
Wells, Samuel Simmons. 

Somers— John Wood, Horatio A. Hamilton, Charles W. ' 
Kibbe. 

Stafford — Daniel Peck, Josiah Converse, John Grant 
Ezekiel Skinner. 

Vernon — Seottoway Hinckley. 

Union— Shuhael Hammond.* 

Willington— Chester Carpenter, Erastus Robinsoa. 
SURGEONS, 

Bolton — Jauez L. White. 

Hebron — John S. Peters. 

Seiners — Horatio A. Hamilton. 



SOCIETY OF FREE MASONS. 

OFFICERS OF KNIGHT TEMPLARS* ENCAMPMENT* 

, , Captain-GeneraU 

James Ward, 1st Captain. 
David Deming 2d Captain. 
Ebenezer Perkins, Marshal. 
John it. Watrous, Secretary. 
Asa Bigelow, Treasurer. 

— — wo*— — 

GRAND CHAPTER OF CONNECTICUT. 

The following Companions were elected to the offices re- 
spectively annexed to their napies for trie year emuing 
the third Tuesday of May, Anno R. A.M, 3818.* — tu. 
M. E. Lyman Law, o. H. p. 

L-aban Smith, x>. G. H. ?. 
David Deming, G. VL. 
Thomas H. Cashing, g. Scribe. 



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Horatio G« Hale, g. Secretary. 

Henry Champion, g. Treasurer. 

Menzies liayner, g. Chaplain. 

Samuel Green, G. Marshal. 

Samuel Bailey, G. Sentiuel. 
The Grand Convocations are holden semi-annually, at 
Hartford on the third Thursday of May, and at New-Ha- 
ven on the third Thursday of October, in each year. 

The Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Grand Royal 
•Arch. Chapter, are as follows— viz* 

Hiram Chapter, No. 1. New- 1 Fidelity Chapter, No. tOi 

town. Woodbury. 

Franklin Chafer, No. V R i Uen houseChapter,No,n, 



New- Haven. 
Solomon Cnapter, No. 3, 

Derby. 
Franklin Chapter, No. 4 r 

Norwich. 
Vanderhrook Chapter,No 5, 

Colchester. 
Washington Chapter, No. 6, 

Middle town. 
Union Chapter, No. 7, 

New-London. 
Lynch Chapter No. 8, 

Redding and Weston. 
Trinity Chapter, No. 9, 

Windham. 



Stamford. 

Warren Chapter, No. 12, 
Pumfret. 

Jerusalem Chapter, No. 13* 
Stratford. 

Hamilton Chapter, No. 14 # 

Kent, 

Meridian Chapter, No. 15> 

Canaan. 
Barius Chapter, No. j6, 

Litchfield. 
Pythagoras Chapter No. 17, 

Hartford. 



OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE OF CONNECTICUT* 



M 



W. Oliver Wolcott, g. m. 
W. James Ward. d. g. m. 
W. James Bibcock, s. g. w« 
W. italphl. lngersul, j. g w» 
W. Henry Champion, g. t. 
W. John Mix, g, a. 
Bev, Metzies JRayner, G. c, 



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MASTER LODGES IN CONNECTICUT. 



J8o. i. Hiram, New-Haven 

2. St. John's, Middletown 

3. St. John's, Bridgeport 

4. St. John's, Hartford 

5. Union, Greenwich 

6. St John's, Noi walk 

7. King Solomon's Wood 

bury 

8. St. John's, Stratford 

9 Compass, ^Vallingtbrd 

10. Wooster, Colchester 

11. St. Paul's, Litchfield 

12. King Hiram, Derby 
13 Montgomery, Salisbury 
l4. Frederick Farming ton 
15- Moriah, (. .'anterbury 

16. Temple, Cheshire 

17. Federal, Water town 
J8 Hiram, Newtown 

19. Washington, Hunting- 

ton 

20. Harmony, Berlin 

21. St. Peter's, N. Milford 

22. Hart's, Woodbrldge 

23. St James', Preston 
24 Uriel, Mansfield 
25. Columbia, Stepney 
28. Columbia, R Had dam 
2? Rising Sun, Washington 
"28 Morning Star, East 

Windsor 



35. 
35. 

37 
3b. 

4ft, 

41 

42. 
43. 

44. 

45. 
46 
47. 
4S. 
4U 
50. 
51. 
51. 
53. 

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Village, New-Hartford 
Day Spring, Hamden 
Union, New-London 
Meridian Sun, War- 
ren 
Friendship, Southing- 
ton. 
SomeVset, Norwich 
Aurora,*Harwinton 
St Mark'3, Granby 
Western Star, Norfolk 
St. Alban's, Guilford 
Ark, Western 
Union, Danbury 
Federal, Brookfiek! 
Harmony, Waterbury 
Trinity, Killingworth 
Eastern Star, Lebanon 

and Windham. 
Pythagoras, Lyme 
P«tnam, Pomfiet 
Morning Star, Oxford 
St. Luke, Kent 
Jerusalem, Ridgefiekt 
Warren, Andover 
Warren, Chester 
Mount Olite 
Widow's Son, North 

Stoniugton. 
Hamilton, Sharon 



Giind communication, to be made at Hartford in Mar, 
and at New-Haven, in October annually. 



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MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



&artford— Rev. Joel Hawes 

Abel Flint, d. d. 

Nathan Perkins, d. d. 

Jona- M. Wain wright E 

Klisha Cushman 5! 

Henry Grow 
Berlin 

Benoni Upson, d, d ) 

Royal Robbins S 

John Smalley, d. d. / 

Newton Skinner $ 

Samuel Goodrich 

Plurality 

Enoch Green 
Bristol— Jonathan Cone 

Orra Martin 
Burlington 

Jonathan Miller 
Canton 

Jeremiah Hallock 

Jared Mills f 

Pierpont Brocket) 
East -nan ford 

Joy H. Fairchild 

Elisha B. Cooke 

Vacant 
East- Windsor 

David M'Clure, D.tf ) 

Thomas Uobbins > 

Shubael Bartlett 

Nathaniel Huse 
Em field 

Francis L. Bobbins 

Vacant 

Buckley Waters 
Farmington 

Noah Porter 



SC* 
B 



Rufus Hawley 
Glastenbury~P. Hawes 

Vacant 

Plurality 

Vacant 
BCr«?% — Isaac Porter 

Eber L. Clark 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant 
if art land 

Ammi Lindsley 

Nathaniel Gay lord 
H Marlborough 

David B Ripley 
B Simsbury — Allen M* Lea ft 

Plurality 
Southington 

William Robinson 

Plurality 

David Wright 
Szijfieid— Euenccer Gay 

Joseph Mix 

Asahel Morse 

Bennet Pepper 
B Wetkersfield 

John Marsh, d. d J 

Caleb J. Teftuey S 

Joab Braue 

Calvin Chapin, i>, p. 

Win. Bently 
Windsor 

Henry A Rowland 

John Bartlett 

Vacant 

Augustus Bolles 



•Strict Cong 



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CdUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



JstctViHaven 

Rev. Nathaniel W.Taylor 

Samuel Merwin 

Jeremiah Day 

FJeazer T. Fitch 

Harry Crosw«U 

Stephen W. Stebbins 

Henry Lines 
JBranford 

Timothy P. Gillett 

Matthew Noyes 

Charles Atwater 

Plurality 
Che shire — Vaca« t 

Rieh 

Reuben Ives 

Vacant 
JDerby — Zephaniah Swift 

Abner Smith 

R. Mansfield, d. t>.) 

Calvin White $ 

East- Haven 

Stephen ©odd 

Elijah G. Plumbe 
Guilford — Aaron Dutton 

John Elliot 

William F. Vail 

John Ely 

David Baldwin 

Plurality 

Vacant 
Eamden 

.Eliphalet B* Coleman 

Abraham Allen 



Plurality 
Meriden — Eraslus Ripley 

Plurality E| 

Vacant 
Middlebury- Mark Mead 
^Milfbrd—* Bazaleel Pinneo 

Jehu Clark 

Erastus Scranton 

Vacant 
J\ orth-Ra*en 

Benj. Trumbull, d. d. 

Plurality 

Oliver Wilson 
Ox for d— Vacant 

Plurality 

— — Humphrey 

Plurality 
Southbury— Daniel Clat fc 

Bennet Tyler 
Wallingford 

James Noyes 

Vacant. 

Samuel Miller 

David Wright 
Water b ury — Vacant 

Vr-cant 

Aipheus Gear 

Jesse Frost I 

Samuel Porter S 
Wqlcott — John Keyes 
Woodbridge— Jason Allen 

Nath'l 6. Huntington 

Chauncey Prindle 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



•A'ew London 
Kev. Abel M'Ewen 
Bethel Judd 



| Nchemiah Dodge 
\Eozvah — David Austia 
El James Hail 



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Ctlchester— Salmon Cone 
Nathaniel Dwight 
Royal Tyler 

William Witter B 

Vaeant B 

Vacant B 

Franklin— Samuel Nott 
Vacant 
Vacant B 

Griswold — Horatio Waldo 

Groton — Timothy Tuttle 
Christopher Avery SC 
Roswell Burrows B 

John G. Wightman 13 

Lisbon— Levi Nelson 
Andrew Lee, d. d. 
Amos Reed 

Lyme— Lathrop Rockwell 
Josiah Hawes 
Vacant 
George W. Appletoa B 
William Palmer B 

Vacant SC 



Montville— Abisha Alderi 

Vacant 

Robert Fargo SC 

Reufren Palmer B 

/V orwich 

Joseph Strong;, D. d. 

Alfred Mitchell 

John Tyler ? «? 

■ Clark J lt 

John S terry B 

David N. Bently ^ M 

J\ QVih StopJ?irrtan — Vacant 

Asher Miner B 

Pre.sten — John Hyde 

Vacant 

Plurality & 

Vacant SC 

Vacant B 

Stonington—lrsi Hart 

E, Cheesebrough B 

Water- j or d 

Francis Darrow B 



COUNTY OF FAIRFILD. 



Fairfield 
Rev. Nathaniel Hewitt 

Hezekiak Ripley, p. d. 

William Belden 

Philo Shelton 

Vacant 
Broohji e Id— Vacan t 

Plurality 
Danbury—Wm» Andre up 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Ebanezer White 

Nathan Buckley 

Oliver Tuttle 
Greenwich — Vacan t 

Isaac Lewis, p. d. 



E 

Sand* 
B 
B 



Plurality ft 

Nathaniel Finch, jr. B 
Drake Nelson B 

Huntington— Vacant 
Daniel Wildman B 

Vacant 
Menzie3 Rayner 12 

New • Canaan- Wm. Bonney 
Plurality !£ 

JVeW'Fairfield~yi.&<l Rogera 

Newtown— Vacant 
Daniel Burhaws F* 

John Sherman K 

Solomon Glover U 

Norwalk — Roswell R.Swan 
Rimbe» Sherwood B 



S4 



JRedding— Daniel Crocker 

Plurality 
JHdgefield— Phelps 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

Vacant B 

Sherman — Malthy GeJston 
Stamfor d— Daniel Smith 

Amzi Lewis 

William Fisher 

Piatt Buft'ett 

Jonathan Judd E 

Qr. S. Webb? 

Henry HoytJ 



Stratford 

Matthew R. Putton 

Elijah Waterman 

Ashbel Baldwin S 

.Plurality E 

Trumbull— Reuben Taylor 

Plurality E 

Weston 

Vacant 

Welton E 

Wilton-~ Sylvanus Haight 

Charles Smith B 

Levi Dikeraan 9 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



Windham 
Rev» Cornelius B. Everest 

Jesse Fisher 

Vacant £ 

Vacant 
Jlshford— Philo Judson 

Vacant 

William Storrs 

Vacant 

Asa Niles 

Stephen Haskell B 

Brooklyn 

Josiah Whitney^ d-d. 

-White - E 

Canterbury — Asa Meech 

Erastus Learned 
Columbia — - Bennet 
Hampton— Ludovicus Weld 

Vacant B 

jfrilfaitrlu •- Eiisha Atkins 

Israel Day 

Roswell tWrtmore 

Calvin Cooper B 

i> banon— Zebulon EJj 



B 



William B. Ripley 

John H. Fewler 

Esek Brown 
Mansfield— Vacant 

Moses C Welch, d. d. 

Vacant 

Jonathan Goodwia B 

ipiainfield — Vacant 

Nathaniel Cole B 

\Pomfret— James Porter 

Waiter Lyon 
t Jasnes Grow B 

<S7*r /m^-— Vacan t 

Amos Wells B 

7 hompson— Daniel Dow 

Pierscn Crosby f? 

Vo lun toivn— Vacan t 

Vacant 
Woodstock 

Eliphalet Lyman 

Samuel Backus 

Alvin Underwood 

Isaac Dwionel B 

^fioholas Branch B 



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COUNTV OF LITCHFIELD. 



Litchfield 
Rev. Lyman Beecher, d, d 

Amos Pettingill 

Joseph 15. Camp 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Truman Marsh ) y 

Isaac Jones. S 
Jiarkhams led— Vacant 
, Plurality E 

Bethlem — John Langdoa 

Plurality E 

Canaan — Charles Prentice 

Pitkin Cov/les 

Vacant B 

Plurality E 

Colcbrook— Chauncey Lee 

Uutus SaUcock B 

Cornwall — Timothy Stone 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Asa Tallmadge B 

Goshen—- Joseph Harvey 
Harm Men 

Joshua Williams 

Vacant E 

Kent— Asa Blair 

Vacant E 

*V. Hartford -Cyrus Yale 

Vacant B 

JVew-JMilford 

Andrew Elliot 

Vacant 

Benjamin Benham E 



Eleafcer Beecher B 

,'Vor/bM?— Ralph Emerson 
Plymouth— Luther Hart 
— Rossi ter E 

Nathan B, Burgess E 

xoxb ary — Fosdick Harrison 

Plurality E 

Isaac fuller li 

Salisbury — Lavius llyde 

Vacant 
Sharon —David L. Perry 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Vacant B 

Corrington —Alex. Gillett 

Samuel J. Mills 

Vacant B 

fVarren — Peter Starr- 

Ananias Derthick B 

Washington 

Stephen Mason 

Charles A. Boardman 

Plurality £ 

Plurality E 

Wa t si 'town— Urie 1 Gridley 

Frederick Holeomb E 

Winchester — Fred. Marsh 

James Beach 

Vacant B 

Woodbury 

Grove L. BrowneU 

Samuel R. Andrew 

Sturges Gilbert E 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

Middle toivn j Vacant 

Rev. John R, Crane Thomas Miner 

Binlsey G. Noble E Jencks 

Joshua L, Williams Josiah Grave* 



ate 

B 



Jeremiah T. Bridges 

Frederick Wightman - 
Chatham— Harvey Tallcot 

David Selden 

Joel West 

M. Smith Miles 

Plurality 

William Welch 
Durham— David Smith 

Vacant 
JF1. Haddam 

Elijah Parsons! 

Isaac Parsons £ 

William Lyman, d. d. 

Joseph Vail 

Solomon Blakslee 

jasper D. Joaes 



Simeon Dickinson "B 

Haddam -Vacant 

. Shaler B 

Killing-worth 

Hart Talcott 

Asa King 

Plurality E 

Vacant fi 

Say brook 

Frederick W. Hotchkiss 

Aaron Horey 

Sylvester Selden 

Nehemiah B. Beardsiey 

Vacant E 

Samuel West R 

Asa Wilcox B 



COUNTY OF 
Tolland. 
Re*. N. Williams, x>. T>.\ 
Ansel Nash $ 

Samuel Cutler P 

J$oltQ7i— Philander Parmelee 
<Coventry~- Chauncey Booth 
Ephrnim T. Woodruif 
— — Collins 
Ellington 

Died ate 11 rock way 
Hebron — Amos tlasset, d. d 
.Nathaii Gillet 



TOLLAND. 

Am mi Rogers 
Sowers—- William L. Strong 
Stafford— Cyrus W. Gray 

Vacant 

Joseph Knight 

Jonathan Pasko B 

Benjamin M. Hill B 

Uhio n~~ Vacant 
Vernon— William Ely 
Wiliington 

Mubbii Loomis 

David Lillibridge 



a 



IJst cf unsettled Minister f, in connection with the Gener* 
at Association, and of Licentiates from the several As* 
solutions. 

UNSETTLED MINISTERS. 

Tie*. Messrs. Jonathan Bartlett, Redding ; Aaron 

Church Hail land ; Sau! Ciark, East-Haven; Elias Come- 

lius, Sofriere, N. Y ; David D. Field, Haddam; Orin Fow- 

l^i'i Letanou > Nathaniel Freeman, Weston ; Amasa Je 



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tomo, New-Hartford; Calvin Ingals, Stafford j Garden 
Johnson, Killingly ; Bela Kellogg, West-Haven ; William 
Lockwood, Glastenbury ; Asahel Nettleton, Killing- 
worth ; Samuel Nott, jun. Franklin ; John Noves, Wes- 
ton j Thomas Rich, Columbia ; Ward Stafford, New- 
York ; Samuel Stebbens, Simsbury ; Samuel Slurgcs, 
Danbury ; Jame3 W. Tucker, Danbury I Daniel Waldo, 
Suffield ; William K. Weeks, Litchfield ; Samuel Whit- 
tlesey, Hartford ; Samuel I*. Williams, Mansfield ; Rich- 
ard Williams, Coventry ; Luke Wood, Waterbury ; Wm. 
Woodbiidge, Newark, N. J. ; Ephraini T. fVoodi'niii 
Coventry. - 

LICENTIATES. 
Messrs. George Allen, ; Anson S. Atwood, Norfolk: 
Elijah Baldwin, Milford ; Zedckiah Barstow, Canterbury ; 
Garret G. Brown, Bethlem ; Stephen W. Burritt, Mil- 
lord ; Charles F. Butler, New Salem ; Stephen Crosby, 
Thompson ; Israel Ely, Sharon ; Benjamin Fenn, Mil- 
ford ; Asahel Gay lord, Norfolk ; Josiah W. Gibbs, Salem, 
Mass, ; Thomas U. Gouid, Cornwall; Aretius B. Hull, 
New-Haven; libenezer Ilalping, Boston ; John Marsh 5 
jut*. Welhersfield ; Elihu Mitchei, Knoxvillc, Tea. ; Da- 
vid L Ogdcn, N. Haven ; Robert C. Bobbins, Colchester ; 
Ludovicus Bobbins, Mansfield ; Israel SSialer, Haddam ; 
DaVk) A. Sherman, Knoxville, Ten. ; Randolph Stone, 
New-Haven ; Cornelius Tuthill, New-Haven; Hezekiah 
Clifford, New-York. 

Episcopal Clergymen residing in the'Diocess tf Connecti- 
cut, and not settled in any* Pariah, 
Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d, d Cheshire — Asa Cornwall, 
Cheshire -Chauucey Prindie, Oxford— Nathan B. Bur* 
gess, Miiford, 

ASSOCIATIONS AND CONSOCIATIONS. 

There are in this State, thirteen Associations and Con- 
sociations, viz Hartford, North, consisting of 19 churches 
—Hartford South, of 16— New-Haven, West, of 10— New- 
Haven, East, of 13— New- London* of 1 8— Fairfield, Wctl, 
at 16— iairfisld, East of 13— Windham, Original, of 25— 



Wmdhara, East, of 3— Litchfield, North/of 19— Litchfield, 
South, of 16— Middlesex, of 15— and Tolland of 15. 

Note -—Associations are composed of Ministers alone i 
Consociations of Ministers, with a delegate from their res- 
pective Churches. 

GENERAL ASSOCIATION GF CONNECTICUT. 

This body meets annually, on the third Tuesday of" 
June. It is compossed of two Representatives from each 
district Association. — There is also uuited with them a 
representation of three members of the General Assem- 
bly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States/ of 
one member from the General Convention^ of Congrega- 
tional and Presbyterian Ministers in Vermont / of two 
members from the General Association of Massachusetts 
proper; and of two members from the General Associa- 
tion of New Hampshire. To these several Bodies, the 
General Association of Connecticut sends annually the 
same number of Representatives. 

Treasurer of the General Association— Rev. Abel 
Flint, d ». 

Auditer— Rev. Calvin Chapin, c d. 

The next annual meeting of the General Association is 
to be at Lyme, at the house of the Rev. Lathrop Rock- 
well, on the third Tuesday of June, 18l9, at 11 o'clock 
A. M. 



Delegates to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church, to convene in Philadelphia, on the third Tues* 
day of May, 1819. 

Rev. Noah Porter, Bennel Tyler, and Asa King. Wil- 
liam li. Strong, Eleazer T. Fitch, and Matthew K. Dut- 
ton, subdlitu4.es. 



Jpelegate to the General Convention ofVei^mont, held at 
Peachauiy on thjs second Tuts day of September, 1S18. 
Xl-v. David Smith. Hev. William Andrews, his subsij- 



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Delegates to the General Association of Matsachusett t 
Proper, to convene on the fourth Tuesday of June, 1819. 

Rev. William Lockwood, and Joseph Harvey. Rev. 
John Laugdon, and Diodate Brock way, substitutes* 

Delegates to the General Association of New-Hampshire, 
held at Dover ,on the third Tuesday of September, 1818. 

Rev. Caleb J, Tenney, and William Bonney. Rev. E- 
rastus Learned, and Zephaniah Swift, substitutes. 



Committee chosen by the General Association to certify the 
regular standing of Preacher*, travelling from this 
State, to other parts of the United States. 

Rev._Nathan Perkins, d. d. | Kev. Elijah Waterman, 



Calvin Chapin, d. d. 
Benj. Trumbull, d. d. 
James Noyes, 
Joseph Strong, D. B. 
Isaac Lewis, d. d. 



Moses C. Welch, D. ». 
j Samuel J. Mills, 

! Ben net Tyler, 

j Fred'k W. Hotchkiss, 

I Nathan Williams, d. d. 



Tfie following persons are receivers of money ift their sev- 
eral Associations, for the Treasury of the General As- 
sociation* 



Rev. Henry A. Rowland, 
Joab Brace, 
Erastus S.cranton, 
Timothy P. Gillet, 
Salmon Cone, 
RosweSI K* Swan, 



Rev. Elijah Waterman, 
James Porter, 
Charles Prentiss, 
Joshua WWliaraa, 
David Selden, 
Chauneey Booth, 



Trustees of the Ifhhop's Fund. 
Rev. Philo Shelton, I Jonathan Starr, esq, 

Rev. Ashbel Baldwin. 
Rev. Harry Croswelf, 
His Honor Jona. Ligersoll, 
Elias Shipman, e$q. 
William Heron, esq. 

His Houor Jonathan Ingersoll, President, 
Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary. 
Charles Sigourney, esq. Treasurer* 



I John Morgan, esq. 
I Evan Malbone, esq. 
I Nathan Smith, esq. 
Charles Sigournuy, esq. 



DO 

Standing Committee of the Episcopal Convention oj Con~ 
necticut. 



Rev.Tillotson Bronson,p.p. 
Ashbel Baldwin, 
Philo Shelton, 



His Honor Jona. Ingersoll, 
Hon. Samuel W. Johnson. 



Standing Secretaries in the Baptist Association . 
JJartford^-Rev. Elisha Cushrnan 
Stonington — Rev. Jonathan Goodwin 
Groton-~ Rev. Asa Wilcox. 

Missionary Society of Connecticut, 

(Incorporated Octocer, 1812 ) 
The General Association is the Missionary Society of 
Connecticut. 

Officers of the Society, for the year commencing on the 
first Wednesday of August , IS 1 8. 
TRUSTEES. 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, j Rev. Nathan Perkins, d. d. 

Hon. Elrzur Goorlrioh, j Rev. Samuel Noli, 

Joh« Caldwell, esq. Rev. Calvin Ch?pin, d. d. 

Enoch Perkins* esq. i Rev. Moses C Welch, d. d. 

Samuel Pitkin, esq- i Rev. Samuel Goodrich, 

Mr. Thomas Hubbard, j Rev. Henry A. Rowland. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Abel Flint, d. d Audi/or. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Chairman, and 

(Rev. Abel Flint, p. o. Secretary of the Board of 

Trustees. 

Hon. Jonathan Braee, ) 

Enoch Perkins, esq. > Committee of Accounts* 
Rev. Abel Flint, d. d. S 



Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Enoch Perkins, esq, 



Rev. Nathan Perkins, d. d. i 



Rev. Samuel Nott, )» Committee of Mission*. 

Rev. Moses C. Welch, do.j 
Rev. Abel Flint, d. p. j 

ltev. Calvia Chapin, p. p. J 



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Soar d of Directors for the Connecticut Society, Auxilia- 
ry to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions* 
Rev. Rufus Babcock, President) 

Asahel Morse, ) y. PresidenUi . 

Jonathan Goodwin, 3 

Elisha Cushman, Cor. Secretary, 

Bliada Blakesley, Jiec. Secretary, 
Mr. Joseph B. Gilbert, Treasurer, 
liev. William Bentley, 

Danie! Putnam, < 

William Palmer, ) Trustees 

David Wright, 

Alvin Bennett 



Connecticut Baptist Education Society. 

Rev, Asabel Morse, President. 

Jonathan Goodwin,? y . ^ . . . 
Asa Wilcox, \ > lce * residents. 

William Bentty, 

David Wright, 

Orra Martin, 

Fierpont Bracket, 

Augustus Bolles, \ T t 

Buckley Waters, ' 

David Holies, esq. 

Hezek'h Huntington, esq. 

David Turner, esq. 

George Mitchell, esq. J 

Connecticut Bible Society* 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, President. 



. Samuel Nott, Franklin, f 

. Lymau Beecher, d. ©. Litchfield. / 
. Samuel Merwin, New-Haven, 7 



Henry Hudson, Hartford, Secretary, 
Joseph Rogers. Hartford, Treasurer, 



£ Directing 
' Committee, 



S2 

&tm«el Pitkin, esq. East-Hartford, 

Iter. Abel Flint, d. D. Hat tford, 

Rev. Henry A. Rowland, Windsor, 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. d. Wethersfield, 

Rev. Samuel Goodrich, Berlin* 

Rev. Noah Porter, Farmington, 

Rev. Joab Brace, Wethersfield, 

Daniel Wads worth, esq Hartford, 

Rev. Joe! Hawes, Hartford. j 

Rev. Abel Flint, d. d. general <agent for purchasing and 
distributing Bibles, to whom applications for Bibles are to 
Be made, 

Julius Deming,esq Litchfield, Gtfy Richards, esq. New- 
London, and Charles Sherman, esq- New-Haven, agents 
©f Deposit, who will be furnished with Bibles to supply 
all who may apply to them for their annual dues, as mem- 
bers of the Society, and also for gratuitous distribution. 

Annual meeting at Hartford the second Thursday of 
May, at 8 o'clock, A. M* 



Connecticut Bible and Common Prayer 
Book Society. 

His Honor, Jonathan Ingersoll, President* 

vr fa ,0 S , he,W "' £ Vice President,. 
Elijah Boaidman, esq, ^ 

Andrew Kidston, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Harry Croswell, Recording Secretary* 

Charles B. Phelps, esq. Corresponding Secretary, 

Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d. i>.^ 

Rev. Daniel Burhuns, 

Rev. Roger Searle, 

Burrage Beach, esq. V Directors* 

Hon. Asa Chapman, j 

Nathan Smith, esq. 

Samuel Tudor, jun. esq, J 

fijx* WiUiam Jkl'Ciwkan, Auditer* 



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The Hartford Evangelical Tract So- 
ciety. 

Daniel Wadsworth, esq President. 
Rev. Elisha Cushman, Vice President* 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer, 
Wm. W. Ellsworth, esq. Secretary, 
Peac. Thomas Tileston, ' 
Deae- Josiah Beckwith, , 
Jeremiah Brown, > Committee. 

James li. Woodbridge, 
Kussel Bunce, 



Ministers' Annuity Society. 

(Incorporated May, 18 14.) 

The objeet of this society is to provide annuities for 
the widows and children of deceased Ministers The So- 
ciety is to meet annually in Hartfflvd, the second Thurs- 
day of May, at 4 o'clock, P. M. 

Officers of the Society. 

Rev. Abel Flint, d. b. President. 

Rev. Elijah Waterman, Vice-President. 

Rev. Thomas Robbins, Secretary. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev.Shubael Bartlett, V 

Rev. William L. Strong, f lii,--*^ 

Rev. Joshua L Williams. > Erectors. 

Rev. Hubbill Loomis. ) 

Rev. Abel Flint, b. d. Auditor, 



The Connecticut Asylum, 

for the Education and Instruction of Deaf an* 
Dumb Persons. 

(Incorporated May, 18 1 6.) 
Hoa. Jolm Cotton Smith, President. 



Vice Presidents J or life, by subscription, 

Hon, William Phillips, Bostoa; 

Hon. William Gray, do. 

Kon Israel ThOrndike, do. 

William Parsons, esq. do. 

Samuel Appleton, esq. do. 

Daniel Wadsworth, esq. Hartford. I 

Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer* Albany. 

Hon. Elias Boudinot, Burlington, N* J. 

Robert Oliver, esq. Baltimore. 

Vice Presidents elected at tfis annual meeting, May \%i 
1818. 
John Caldwell, esq. 
Dr. Mason F. Cogswell, 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. 
David Porter. 
Charles Sigourney, 
Rev. Abel Flint, d. d; 
Joseph Battel, esq. 
Ward Woodbridge, 



The Domestic Missionary Society, fm 
Connecticut and vicinity, 

Timothy Stillman, Wethersfield, \ 

Timothy Dwight, NewHaven, 
Stephen Peck, New-London, 
Matthew Marvin, Wilton, 
Richard Hubbard, Middl etbwn, 
John Hall, esq. Ellington, ( n . Mitftk9ia 

Rev. Samuel Merwin, New-Haven, f mre ^ 0TS4t 

Rev. Abel M'Ewen, New-London; 
Kev. Lyman Beecher, d. d. Litchfield. 
*Rev. Daniel Dow, Thompson, 
Matthew R. Dutton, Stratford, 
Rev. Joel Hawes, Hartford, 
Eleazer Foster, esq New-Haven, Treasurer. 
Dyer White, esq. New- Haven, Auditor. 
Kev. Nathaniel W Taylor, New-Haven, Secretary. 



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OFFICERS 

r the Charitable Society fer the Education of indigent 

pious young men, for the Ministry of the Gospel* 

■< Hon. Tappings Reeve, President. 
Rev. Samuel Merwin, Vice-President. 
Rev Nathaniel W. Taylor, Secretary. 

Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Sherman, esq. Auditor* 



FUNDS OF THE STATE 

UNAPPROPRIATED, 

Obligations oF sundry individuals 1,816 84 

t444 Shares of Hartford Bank Stoek 144,400 

440 4 < Middletown Bank " 44,000 

253 M Phoenix Bank " 25,300 

227 " New-Haven Bank u 45,4©fr 

45 " Eagle Bank *• 4,500 

United Stales 7 per cent Stock l3,6l§ 

6 percent. u 4,071 76 

— " « deferred ** 66,627 14 
— — 3 per cent, *« 55,302 6i 

405,037 3$ 
The tax ofone cent on the dollar, granted 
#lay 181*, on the list of 18l7, payable on 
the 20ih of February 1819, will produce 
(gross amount) g55,27t 66 

Abatements g6,908 32 

Collecting fees and travel 2,011 24 

Allowance of g2 on the g 1000 
to schools 12,893 52 

21,81*3 08 



Net proceeds applicable to civil list §33,45 6 58 



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INCORPORATED CITIES. 

HARTFORD. 

Hon. Jonathak Br ace, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
John T. Peters, | John Russ, 

Thomas Day, | Henry Seymonr, esquires. 

Jeremiah Brown, esq. City Clerk. 
William Whitman, esq. Clerk of City Court. 

Walter Mitchell, esq. City Attorney. 
Horace Wadswonh, Jabez Ripley, Sheriffs. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer, 

Elisha Colt, esq. Auditor of City Accounts. 

Common- Council Men, 

Elisha Bajbcock, John. Watson, Simeon Grfswold, Isaac 

Sweetland, Talcott Wolcott, James Thomas, Jeremy 

Hoadley, Cyprian Nichols, Caleb Pond, Joseph Pratt, 

William Dodd, Noah A, Phelps. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, last Monday in March. 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Hon. ElI2.ur Goodrich, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Henry Daggett I. Eleazer Foster, 

William Bristol, j John Hunt, 2d. esquires* * 

Elisha Munson, esq City Clei k. 

Nathan Beers, esq, Treasurer. 

Roger S. Skinner, esq. Clerk of City Court. 

Leonard E. Wales, esq City Attorney. 
John Skinner, Erastus Osborn, City Sheriffs. 

Common- Council Men. 

John H. Jacocks, Hesekiah Hotehkiss, Laban Smith, 

Nathan Peck, Benjamin G rannis, Levi Ives, Isaac Gilbert, 

Asahe! Tattle, Charles Bostwick, John Miles. 

City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June. 



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NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Jerbmiaji G. 1]ra.inard, Mayor* 

Aldermen. 

Hon. Elias Perkins | William P. Cleaveland 

•Lyman Law j Samuel Green, esquire*. 

Guy Richards, esq. Treasurer. 

William F. Brainard, esq. Clerk of City Court. 

David Coit, esq. City Clerk. 

Hezekiah Goddard, Ephraim Chesebrough, SheriiTsj. 

Common- Council Men. 
Thaddeus Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, Fred- 
erick Miner, JJaniel Chapman. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, second Monday in June. 

NORWICH. 
Hon. Calvin Goddard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Nathaniel Shipman | Erastus Huntington 

Simeon Thomas | Joseph Williams, esquires. 

Hon. James Lanman, esq. City Attorney. 
Jamas Sled roan, esq. Treasurer, Clerk, and Clerk of City 
Court. 
Shuhael Breed, Augustus Lathrop, Sheriffs. 
Gerard F. Carpenter, Nathaniel Townsend, Joseph W. 
Tracy, John Hyde, John De Witt, Jonathan G. W. 
Trumbull. 

JCity Court held on the second Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, the third Monday in April. 

MIDDLETOVVN. 

Hon. Asher Miller, Mayor. 
Aldermen* 
*Nehemiah Hubbard | Ebenezer Sage 
Alexander Wolcott j John Alsop esquires. 
Henry Wolcott, .City Clerk. 
Asahel Loomis, George IV. Bull, City Sheriffs. 
John Fisk, Treasurer. 
Common Council JSlen. 
Seth Paddock, Nathan Starr, jr. Stephen Uanner, Hen- 

7 



0* 

ry Lyman, Charles Brewer, Augustus Cook, William Ras- 
sel, Isaac Concklin, Major Andre Andrews, Samuel Wil- 
liams, Benjamin Wetmore, Ephraim Bound. 
City Court held on the second Tuesday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, third Monday in January. 

STCNINGTON BOROUGH. 

Samuel F. Denison, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Nathaniel Palmer, jr. George Hubbard, Amos Denison, 
Benjamin F. Palmer, Reuben Cheseorough, Gurdon 
Trumbull, Harris Pendleton, Jonathan Pendleton. 
Thomas Swan, Clerk. 
Giles R. Ha! lam, Treasurer. 
Enoch S. Chesebrough, Bailiff. 



BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 
Lambert Lock wood, esq. Warden. 

Burgesses. 
Samuel Burr, Abijah Hawley, Wm. Deforest* Isaa$ 
Burrough, Jesse Sterling, Richard Hyde. 

Reuben Tweedy, Treasurer* 

Matthew Curtis, Bailiff. 

Benjamin S. Smith, Clerk. 



GUILFORD BOROUGH. 

Joel Griffing, esq. Warden. . 
William Todd, Reuben Elliot, Thomas Burgis, Jona- 
than Bishop, Abraham Coan, William Spencer. 
Samuel Fowler, Clerk. 
Timothy Stone, Treasurer. 
Reuben Stone, BailifF. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

—0000—— 

HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 
William W. Ellsworth, esq. Secretary, 



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Directors.- -John Caldwell, Moses Tryon, Elisha Colt, 
Thomas S. Williams, Kussel Bunce, Michael Olcott, 
Christopher Colt, Jesse Savage, Henry Kilbourn. 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Elias Shiproan, esq. President. 
John Shipraan esq. Secretary. 



MDDLE70WN. 

Ebenezer Sage, esq. President. 
Chauncey Whittelsey, esq. Secretary. 
Directors. — Ebenezer Sage, Chauncey Whittelsey, 
Daniel Rand, Joseph W. Alsop, Samuel Cooper, Samuel 
W. Dana, Henry Carrington, Samuel 8. RedSeld, Thom- 
as Hubbard, Lemuel G. Storrs, William C. Hall. 



NEmlENDON. 

Elisha Denison, esq President. 
David Coit, esq. Secretary. 
Directors. — Elisha Denison, Jonathan Starr, Elias Per- 
kins, Samuel Hurlbut, Jaeob B, Gurley, Coddington Bil- 
Hngs, Stephen Peck, John Hallam, Robert Coit. 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 
HARTFORD. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq President. 
Walter Mitchell, esq. Secretary. 
Directors— "Nathaniel lYrry, Nathaniel Patten, Jame's 
H. Wells, Henry Hudson, Elisha Colt, Edward .Watkini 
son, Roswell Bartholomew, Eliphalet Terry, John Uuss* 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Charles Denison, esq. President. 

William Cannon, Secretary. 
Henry R. Pynchon, Treasurer. 
J)ir§ctori.~ Charles Denison, Nathaniel tfacon, As- 



1UU 

«1rew Kidston, Joel Walter, Hervey Sanford, Samue| 
Hughes, Aaron Forbes, Leonard E. Wales, William H. 

V.lHntt 



MIDDLETOWN, 

Elijah Hubbard, esq President. 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. esq. Secretary. 
directors r-EViiah Hubbard, Henry Carriugfon, Joseph 
\V. Alsop, Daniel Rand, Samuel B. Redfield, Lemuel Q. 
5 torrs, Allyn Southmayd, Joseph Taylor. 



NORWICH. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Treasurer. 

Joseph Williams, esq Secretary. 

Directors. — Hezekiah Perkins, Jesse Breed, Luther 

Spalding, Nathaniel Shipman, Erastus Huntington, Chas. 

P. Huntington, Daniel L. Coit, Benjamin Coit, James 

Stedman. 

At New-London. — Jacob B. Gurley, Anthony Thatcher 
and Coddington Billings, esauires, agents. 

UMOJY COMPANY. 

[.Incorporated in October, 1800.] 
For the purpose of removing obstructions to the naviga- 
tion in Connecticut Uiver, from Hartford to the Sound. 
Capital Stock §80,000, and may be increased to §120,000. 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Directors. — Nathaniel Terry, Moses Try on, jr. David 
Watkinson- 

F.Iisha Colt, esq. Tresurer and Clerk. 
Annual meetiug tor the choice of officers in the month 
of May, on such day as ihe directors shall appoint, of 
which they are to give reasonable notice. 



NORWICH CHANNEL COMPANY. 

Simeon Breed, esq. President. 
Jesse Breed, esq Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors.— Simeon Breed, Augustus Perkins, Benja* 
rnin Coit, Benjamin Snow, Johiu L. Bus we!!. 



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Banks in Connecticut* 

HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, esq President. 
Horace Burr, Cashier. 
Directors. — John Caldwell, Nathaniel Terry, Andrew 
Kingsbury, David Watkinson, James H Wells, James 
Ward, William fcL Imlay, Henry L. dls worth, Elipha* 
let Terry, Henry Hudson, Isaac Spencer, Gad Cowles. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, l 2d Thursday of June. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. Notes Cos- 
discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock on those days. 



PHCENIX BANK. 

PRINCIPAL BANK AT HARTFORD. 

Normand Knox, esq President. 

George Beach, Cashier. 

Directors.— Normand Kuox, Thomas K* Brace, Daniel 

Buck, John T. Peters, Thomas Da}% Jeremiah Brown, 

Samuel Tudor, jr. Charles Sigourney, John Iluss, Charles 

Seymour, Christopher Colt. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ■■ >■ — 
Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Benjamin Tallmadge, eso. President. 
James Butler, Cashier. 
Directors.^* Benjamin Tallmadge, James Gould, Seth 
P. Beers, William Buell, Jabez. W. Huntington, Brastua 
Hodges, David Foot. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in Sept. 

NEW.HAVEN BANK. 

-Eneas Munson, jr. esq. President. 
H. R. Pynchon, Cashier. 
Directors.'-— iEneas Munson, jr. David Daggett, Titus 
Street, Frederick Hunt, Thaddeas Beecher, Dyer White* 
Gilbert Totten, Stephen Huggtns, Wiltiam Leffiitgwell. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders first Thursday of July. 



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Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock P. M. 



EAGLE BANK OF NEW HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, esq. President. 
William S. Rossiter, Cashier. 
Directors.— George Hoadley, Charles Denison, Abra- 
ham Bishop, Jehiel Forbes, Elias Shipman, Abraham 
Bradley, Timothy Dwight, Normand Dexter, Roger 
Sherman. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, third Tuesday in July. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hoars of 
business, from 10 o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock, P. M. 



UNION BANK NEW-LONDON. 

George Hallam v esq. President. 
Robert Hallam, Cashier. 
Directors —-George Hallam, Bela Peckj Daniel Lath- 
rop, Jonathan Starr, Joseph Perkins, Lyman Law, John 
Hallam, Jonathan Starr, jr Thomas H. Gushing, Jirah 
Isharn, Robert Coit, Peter Richards. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of Jane. 
Davsof Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of 
business, from lU to 12 o'clock, A.M. and from 2 to 4 P.M. 



NEW-LONDON BANK: 

Elisha Denison, esq. President. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 
Di i*ec tors — - EUsha Denison, Elias Perkins, Edward 
Chappell, Isaac Thompson, Jacob B. Gurley, William 
Williams, Calvin Got'dard, Wm. P. Cleaveland, Codding, 
ton Billings. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of July. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of 
business from 10 to 12 o'clock, A.M. and from 2 to 4 P.M. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President. 

Kezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors* — Ebenezer Huntington, Simeon Breed, Ja- 

bez Huntington, John L. BusweJl, Zachariah Huntington, 



103 

Bwight Ripley, Charles P. Huntington, Benjamin Coit, 
Andrew Perkins, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, Joseph 
Williams, John Taintor, Asa Fitch. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, third Monday of June. 

Days for Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of 
business from 10 to 12 o'clock, A M. and from 2 to 4 P.M. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, esq. President. 

Timothy South may d, Cashier. 

Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, John, 

R. Watkinson, Joseph Alsop, Samuel Gill, William C. 

Hall, Samuel Mather,Joseph Hubbard, Ebenezer Learned. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of Jan. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays, at noon Hours 
©f business, from 9 to 12, A.M. and from 2 to 4 P. M. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Bronson, esq. President. 

George Hayr, Cashier.'? 

Directors.— Isasc Bronson, John 3. Cannon, Ebenezer 

Jesop, Salmon Hubbell, Ezra Gregory, Jesup Wakeman, 

William Peet, Lambert Loekwocd, Abij/ih Ha \* ley. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday of July, 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE UNITED 

STATES' BANK. 

(Located at Middletown.) 

Samuel \V. Dana, esq. President. 

Arthur W. Mag-ill, Cashier. 

Directors. — Samuel W. Dana, Josiah Savage?, Elijah 

Board man, Nathan Starr, jr. Henry Carrington, William 

Van Deursen, Simeon North, Epaphrodkus Champion, 

Alexander Wolcoit. 

INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Inspector General. 

Deputy Inspectors of Beef and Park. 
Ezekiei Williams, esq- for Hai lib re! poqnxy. 
Dyer White, esq. for New-Haven County. 



104 

Shubael Breed, e3q. for New-London Countjr, 
Samuel Rowland, esq. for Fairfield County. 
John Parish, esq for Windham County. 
James Morris, esq. for Litchfield County. 
John Bliss, esq. for Tolland County. 



DEPUTY INSPECTORS OF FISH. 
For New. London and Middlesex Counties, 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq. | Shubuel Breed, esq. 



Amount of the GRAND LIST, the Population, the 
number of Representatives, in the General As- 
sembly, and tJie number of Jurors to be chosen 
in the several towns in this State* 



\ h tstot, 

Burlington, 

Canton, 

East Hartford, 

KaRt- Windsor, 

Enfield, 

Farmington, 

Giasteutury, 

Grar>by, 

Uaitland, 

Marlborough, 

Simsbtiry, 

Southington, 

Sufiield, 

Wether&field, 

'Windsor, 



9 9 10,523 44732 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 


• 




List. P 


'sp illation. 


Jtep, 


Jurors 


&& 9 m 


6,003 


2 


15 


SL773 




2 


8 


23,379 


J, 123 


1 


6 


26,6:4 


l,4r>r 


1 


6 


'25,731 


1,374 


1 


6 


62,047 


3,240 


2 


14 


72,594 


3,081 


2 


14 


42,0 1 2 


1,8 tQ 


2 


11 


€9,790 


2,748 


2 


14 


50,V.3t 


2,7 f.6 


2 


13 


42.505 


2,(55$ 


2 


10 


& 07 i 


1,284 


2 


8 


18.631 


720 


1 


5 


31,8-lS 


1,956 


2 


7 


41,053 


1,807 


2 


11 


51,31)2 


2 630 


2 




66,112 


3,031 


2 


21 


57.008 


2,868 


2 


13 



105 





NEW-HAVEN COUNTY* 






List. 


Population, 


Hep. 


Juroru 


New-Havbx, 


8124,948 


6,967 


2 


20 


Bran ford, 


53,672 


1,932 


2 


20 


Cheshire, 


52,597 


2,288 


2 


12 


Derby, 


30,644 


2,051 


1 


12 


East-Haven, 


521,452 


1,2H9 


1 


8 


Guilford, 


80,851 


3,845 


2 


8 


Harnden, 


34,001 


1,7 16 


1 


8 


Merhlen, 


28,318 


1,249 


1 


8 


Middlebury, 


19,934 


847 


1 


3 


Miiford, 


53,539 


2,674 


2 


20 


North Haven, 


26,432 


1,239 


1 


8 


Oxford, 


33,742 


1,453 


1 


8 


Sotrthbury, 


32,264 


1,4'3 


1 


12 


"Wallingford, 


55,424 


2,325 


2 


20 


Waterbury, 


51,910 


2,874 


2 


12 


Wood bridge, 


46,424 


2,080 


2 


12 


Woleott, 


17,36? 


352 


1 


8 




55770,518 


37,064 


25 








-0000— 






" 


NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 






List. 


Population. 


Rep. 


Jurors 


Nsw-Lokdon 


, 5543,384 


3,238 


2 


15 


Xorwieh, 


60,371 


3,528 


2 


15 


Bozrah, 


23,103 


960 


1 


6 


Colchester, 


C6,908 


2,697 


2 


15 


Franklin, 


29,742 


1.161 


1 


8 


Griswold, 


38,369 


i 


1 


9 


Groton, 


70,400 


4,451 


2 


16 


Lisbon, 


28,760 


1,123 


1 


8 


Lyme, 


78,479 


4,321 


2 


20 


Montvllle, 


48,747 


2,187 


1 


8 


N. Stonington, 


45,432 


2,524 


2 


10 


Preston, 


3 S, 303 


3,248* 


2 


9 


Stonington, 


45,992 


3,043 


2 


8 


Waterford, 


30,956 


2,185 


I 


6 




— - .iii 


— ■ i 'ii 


— 






8648,953 


34,707 


22 




•Including Gnswold. 









106 





FAIRFIELD COUNTY 








List 


Population. 


Rep. 


Juror*' 


Fairtield, • 


g93,2G9 


4,135 


2 


13 


Dan bury, 


75,031 


3,606 


2 


12 


J* rook field; 


26,555 


1,037 


1 


3 


Greenwich, 


84,433 


3,533 


2 


10 


Huntington, 


57,615 


2,770 


2 


9 


New-Canaan, 


37,167 


1,599 


1 


S 


New-Fairfield, 


l« t 28f 


772 


1 


8 


Newtown, 


€5/85 


2.834 


2 


12 


Norwalk, 


54,298 


2,983 


2 


8 


Redding, 


48,240 


1,717 


2 


10 


Ridgefieid, 


55,589 


2,103 


2 


10 


Sherman, 


22,638 


949 


1 




Stamford, 


92,932 


4,440 


2 


10 


Stratford, 


5%355 


2,895 


2 


10 


Trumbull, 


24,046 


1,24! 


1 


5 


Weston, 


57,043 


2,6 i 8 


2 


8 


Wiiten, 


38,i8l 


1,723 


1 


6 





g903,8O5 


40,930 


28 






WINDHAM COUNTY. 






L,ist 


Papula lion. 


Hep. 


Jurors 


Windham, 


J§6 1,546 


2,416 


2 


12 


Ash ford, 


54,020 


2,532 


2 


12 


Brooklyn, 


32 362 


1,200 


1 


8 


Canterbury, 


46,658 


1,8)2 


2 


12 


Columbia, 


21,450 


834 


1 


5 


Hampton, 


36,686 


1,274 


I 


8 


Killinrgly, 


44,010 


2,542 


2 


8 


Lebanon, 


65,210 


2,580 


2 


12 


Mansfieidj 


£9,444 


2.5/0 


2 


12 


Flainfield, 


38,253 


1,738 


2 


12 


Pom fret, 


55,510 


1,905 


2 


10 


Sterling, 


18,644 


1,101 


1 


7 


Thompson, 


64,Si6 


2,467 


2 


7 


Voiuntown, 


19,631 


1,016 


1 


7 


Woodstock, 


60,319 


2,658 


2 


8 



§678,629 21,611 



25 



107 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



Litchfield, 

Barkhamp9ted, 

Bethlem, 

Canaan, 

Colebrook, 

Cora wall, 

Goshen, 

Harwington, 

Kent, 

New- Hartford, 

New-Milford, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Roxbury, 

Salisbury, 

Sharon, 

I'orrington, 

Warren, 

Washington, 

IVatertown. 

Winchester, 

Woodbury, 



List' 


Population. 


XfP- 


Jurors 


g86,872 


4,639 


<? 


14 


25,656 


1,506 


2 


7 


25,276 


1,118 


1 


7 


46,005 


2,203 


2 


10 


23,Ql 8 


1,243 


2 


7 


30,758 


1,602 


2 


10 


43,663 


1,641 


2 


10 


35,61?) 


1,718 


2 


8 


36,944 


1,794 


1 


6 


Sl,92l 


1,507 


2 


8 


74,024 


3,537 


2 


12 


32,626 


1,441 


2 


8 


39,553 


1,882 


1 


7 


22,272 


1,217 


I 


7 


52,357 


2,321 


2 


10 


57,C70 


2,606 


2 


10 


37,733 


1,586 


2 


8 


19,611 


1,096 


1 


7 


41,995 


1,575 


2 


8 


37,436 


1,714 


I 


7 


31,715 


1,466 


2 


7 


43,230 


1,963 


2 


7 



§881,601 41,375 



33 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 





List. 


Population* 


Reb. 


Jurors 


«IT3DLET0WN,!S 


110,862 


5,382 


2* 


28 


Had(hna, 


34,941 


2,205 


2 


17 


Chatham, 


53,616 


S,25 8 


2 


17 


Durham, 


26,609 


1,101 


2 


12 


fiast Haddam, 


60,327 


2,537 


2 


20 


Killingworth, 


52,434 


2,244 


2 


17 


Say brook,; 


78,553 


3926 


2 


20 



$417,342 20,728 



H 



m 



COUNTY OF TOLLANtf, 



l*OLtAND. 

Bolton, 

Coven try j 

Ellington, 

Hebron, 

Somers, 

Stafford, 

Union, 

Vernon, 

Willington, 



Li tit, 
$35,046 
18,31$ 
51,105 
32,439 
52,888 
31,301 
38,947 
16,467 
22,684 
28,086 



Population, 

1,610 

700 

1,938 

1,344 

2,002 

1,210 

2,230 

752 

827 

l,l6l 



$327,282 13,770 
Grand Levy of ■ >> > ■ ■ — 
the Stale, §5,538,654 , 
Aggregate population 

of the Stale, 261,942 

Whole number of Representatives, 201 



Rep. 

2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 



17 



Jurors* 
14 

8 
12 
10 
12 
12 
12 

8 

8 
12 



LIST OF POST-OFFICES 

[And Post-Masters in the State of Connecticut. 



Post-Offices* 
Ash ford 
Berlin 
Bethlem 
Bran ford 
Bridgeport 
Brookfieid 
Brooklyn 
Burlington 
Bolton 
Bristol 

Bradleysville, (Litehfield) 
Barkhampsted 

Canaan 

Canterbury 

Canton, or West-Simsbury 



Post-Masters* 

David Bolleg 

& Porter, 2d 

S Church 

Jonathan Barker 

Jesse Sterling 

Robert tt. Rugglee 

Adams White, jr. 

W. Lowry 

Saul Alvord 

Lott Newell 

Henry Wads worth 

Clark H. Roberts 
J William Douglass 
i William M. Burrill 

Gad Bulkley 

Jared Mills, jr. 



Chelsea Landing 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Colchester 

Colebrook 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Panbury 

Derby 

Durham 

East-Haddam 

East-Hartford 

I O? ford Perisfy 

East- Windsor 

Enfield 

Ellsworth, (Sharon) 

East-Guilford 

Fairfield 

Earmirigton 

Franklin 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

(Guilford 

proton 

Had dam 

Hartford 

Harwington, 

Jiebron 

do. Andovep 

Huntington 

Humphrey sville 

Jewetl/s City, (Preetpn) 

Kent 

Killingly 

Killingworth 

Lebanon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 
do. River Head 

Mans^wld 



109 

John De Witt 
Amasa Hitchcock, jr. 
Bani Denison 
R. Isham 
Selah Treat 
George Wheaton 
Silas Hibbard 
Zalmon YVildroan 
Ku3sel Hitchcock 
James Robertson 
Timothy Green 
Lemuel White 
Wells Woodbridge 
Aaron Bissel 
L. T. Pease 
Daniel St. John 
Curtis Wilcox 
David Judson 
Samuel R'fchard? 
Amasa Hyde 
Joseph Welles 
Erastus Lyman 
Hezekiah Goodrich 
Isaac Weed 
R. Elliot 
Elijah Bailey 
Charles Arnold 
Jonathan Law 
(Joel Bradley 
A. Hendee 
Simon House 
Hall Beardsley 
John T. Wheeler 
John Johnson 
Lewis St. John 
Joseph Adams 
Samuel Crane 
Roger Bailey- 
Moses Seymour, jr. 
Charles Smith 
J. II. Warren 
Samuel A. Spalding 



Marlborough 
Meriden 
Middlebury 
Middletown 

do. Upper Houses 
Milford 
Mi stick 

Middle Haddam 
Montville 
New-Hartford 
NewHavea 
New-London 
New Milford 
Newtown 
New-Salem (Col) 
Norfolk 
North ford 
Northington 
North-Stonington 
Norwalk 
Norwich 
Oxford 
Plainfield 
Plymouth 
Pom fret 
Preston 
Redding 

Redding Town-H. 
Ridgefie Id 
Ripton Parish 
Rocky Hill 
Salisbury 
Saugatuck 
Say brook 
Scotland 
Sharon 

Sharon, (Elsworth society) 
Simsbury 
gouthiugton 
Stafford Springs 
Stamford 
Sterling 
Southbury 



110 

Enos H. Baelf 
Isaac Lewis 
Stfles Thompson 
Joshua Stow 
Josiah Sage 
Jirah Bull 
Zabdiel Rogers 
John Stewart 
John Chapman 
Theodore Cowles 
William H. Jones 
Ebenezer Way 
Philo Noble 
Caleb Baldwin 
John Whittlesey 
Joseph Jones 
Augustus Tyler 
Richard Bacon 
Thos. T. Wells 
William M. Betts 
Jehn Hyde 
David Candee 
Ebenezer Eaton 
A polios Warner' 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Samuel M. Downer 
William Comstock 
Wm Sanford 
William Keeler 
A. Judson 
Eli Goodrich 
Samuel Church 
Stephen Morehouse 
Humphrey Pratt 
John Lillie 
George King, jr. 
Daniel St. John 
Noah A. Phelps 
R. Lewis 
Benjamin Webb 
Abraham Davenport 
Benjamin Tuckermaa 
Sh. Osberu 



Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Thompsoa 

Tolland 

Torringford 

Trumbull 

Torrington 

Wall in gford 

Warehouse Point 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Water t«wn 

Wethersfield 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Wintonbury 

Warren 

Windsor 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Vernon 



111 

George Trumbull 
David Brook3 
William Gay 
John Nichols, jr. 
Calvin Willey 
Nat. Smith 
Eliakim Beach 
Harvey Palmer 
James Carrington- 
Charles S. Phelps 
Chauncey Camp 
William K. Lampsoa 
Benjamin De Forest 
James L. Belden 
Aaron Hyatt 
Horace Higley 
Charles Taintor 
J. Burnslead 
John Talmadge 
William Howard 
Wm. Perry 
Chester Kendall 
Lebbius P. Tinkeu* 



6 cents, 
10 

12 1-2 
18 1-2 
25 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

SINGLE LETTERS. 

For any distance not exceeding 33 miles 
Over 40 and not exceeding 80 miles 

_ 15Q — 400 

400 

Double letters are double, triple letters triple, and quad- 
ruple letters, quadruple of these rates. A packet the 
■weight of one ounce, the rate of four single letters, and in 
like proportion for one of a greater weight. 

Single letters if carried in a vessel of the United States, 
8 cents in a private vessel 6 cent3 , double, &c. in propor- 
tion. 

No master of a vessel can report, before his letters are 
delivered at the pihSt office. 

Newspapers, one cent ; but if carried over 100 miles 
one and a half cents* Not carried out of the state where 
printed, one cent. 



H2 

AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, 

FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS, 

Hon. John Tread well, President. 
Rev. Samuel Spring, d d. Vice-President* 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. p. Recording Secretary, 
Rev. Samuel Worcester, d. p. Corresponding Secretary, 
Jeremiah Evarts, esq. Treasurer. 
Chester Adams, es<[. Auditor. 
The Vice President, \ 

The Corresponding Secretary, \ The prudentia* 
The Treasurer, / Committee. 

Rev. Jedediah Morse, t>. d, j 



The following Missionaries are now abroad from the Uni* 
ted States. 
At Bombay, Rev. Gordon Hall, H, Bard well, Samuel 
Newell, John Nichols and Allan Graves. — At Rangoon, 
Burmah, Rev. Adonirarn Judson,jr. George H. Hough, 
James Coleman and Edward Wheelocfc. — At the Island 
of Ceylon, Rev. Edward Warren, Benjamin C. Mergs, 
James Richardson and Daniel Poor% 



COLLEGES, &c, 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 

(founded, 1700.) 

Eev. Jeremiah Day, ll. p President, and Professor of 

Mathematics, and A'atural Philosophy. 
Benjamin Silliman, A m. m. d. Professor of Chemistry 

and Mineralogy. 
James L. Kingsley, a m. Professor of Languages and 

Ecclesiastical History. 
Rev. F.leazer T. Fitch, a. m. ProfeiOr of Divinity. 
Kev. Cbauaeer A. Goodrich, a. m. Professor oj Oratory 
and UhctQvkb. 



113 

Alexander M. Fisher, A. m. Adjunct Professor of Math* 

ematics and Natural Philosophy, 
Vacant, Professor of Law. 

FELLOWS. 



;Rev. John Marsh, d. d. 
Andrew Lee, d. d. 
Joseph Strong, d. d. 
Benoni Upson, d« d. 



Rev. John Elliott 
KHjah Parsons 
William B. Ripley 
Daniel Smith 



Amos Bassett, p. j).. | Andrew Elliott 

The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and six senior 
.members of the Council, together with the President and 
the foregoing Fellows, constitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 
William T. Dwight, A. m. I Joseph D. Wickhani, A. is. 
Horace Hooker, a. b. Rufus Woodward, A. B. 

Hubbard Rockwell, a. b. | 

Hon. James Hiljhpuse, Treasurer. 
Mr. Nathan Beers, Steward, 

Commencement— -2d Wednesday of September. 

Vacations. — From commencement six weeks ; from the 
2d Wednesday of January, three weeks; and from the 
Wednesday before the second Thursday in May, three 
weeks. 

Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, ,6.7. 



THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION OF YALE COLLEGE. 

JEneas Monson, m. d. Professor of Materia Medica and 

Botany. 
Nathan Smith, m. d. Professor of the Theory and Prac- 
tice of Physic, Surgery and Odstetrichs. 
Eli Ives, m. d. Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica 

and Botany. 
Benjamin SilUman, A. m. m. d. Professor of Chemistry 

and Pharmacy. 

Jonathan Kuight, a. m. Professor of Anatomy and Physic 

ology. 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

Candidates for admission to the Freshman class, are ex- 
amined in Cicero's Select Orations, Clarke's Introduction 

.8 



to the making of Latin, Virgil, Sallust, the Greek Teita- 
'went, DalzePa Grieca Minora, Adam's Latin Grammar, 
Goodrich's Greek Grammar, Latin Prosody, and Arith- 
metic. 

A candidate for an advanced standing, in addition to the 
preparatory studies, is examined m the various branches 
to which the class he proposes to enter have attended, 

The stated time of examination for admission into col- 
lege, is on the day preceding the public commencement. 
But persons may be examined, in any other part of the 
collegiate terms It is requested they may not be offered 
in the vacations, except for very special reasons. 

No one can be admitted to the Freshman clas?, till he 
has completed his fourteenth year j nor to an advanced 
standing, without a proportional increase of age. 

Testimonials of good moral character are in all cases 
required ; and those who are admitted from other colleges^ 
must produce certificates that they have been subjected to- 
no collegiate censure The students are not considered 
as regular members of the college, till, after a residence 
of at least six months, they have been admitted to matri- 
culation, on satisfactory evidence of an unblemished moral 
character. Befare this, they are only students on proba- 
tion. 

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

The whole course of instruction occupies four years. — 
In each year, there are three terms or cessions 

The three younger classes are divided, each into two 
parts ; and each of the divisions is committed to the par- 
ticular charge of a Tutor, who, with the assistance of the 
Professors, instructs them. The Senior class is instruct- 
ed by the President and I'rofesso s Each of the four 
classes-attends three recitations or lectures a day ; except 
nil Wednesdays and Saturdays, when they have only two. 
The following scheme gives a view of the authors recited^ 
each term 

Freshman Class. 

I. Li vy begun. Adam's Roman Antiquities. Webber**, 
Arithmetic revised Murray's English Grammar. 

II. Livy continue J through five Loks. Homer begun 
Bay's -Algebra. 



« 



It 



115 

III. Homer continued through five books. Morse's 
Geography, Vol. I. Living on Composition. Murray's 
(I ram mar reviewed. 

Sophomore Civs. 

I. Morse's Geography, Vol. 11. Play fair's Euclid be* 
£ii n Horace ,bug*.itt. 

II. Euclid finished. Horace finished. Dai's Mathemat- 
ics, Parts II and III* Cicero de Offieiis begun 

HI. Gr?eca Majora, the Historical parts * Day's Mathe- 
matics, Part IV. Weber's Conic Sections and Spheric 
Geometry. Blair's Lectures, Vol. I. Cicero de OlHciis, 
de Senectute & de Amicitia, finished. 
Junior Class. 

Y. Spheric Trigonometry, Giseca Majora continued.— 
Enfield's Philosophy begun. Cicero de Oratove begun. 

11, Grasca Majors, VoJ. I. finished. Enfield's Philoso- 
phy continued Cicero de Oralore continued. Tacitus, 
omitting 1 the Annals 

III Enfield's Astronomy. Tytler's Hitory. Hervey's 
Chemistry. Fluxions, Greek, or Hebrew, at the option 
i>f the student. 

Senior Glass- 

I. Blair's Rhetoric, Vol. I!. Hedg's Logic. Locke's 
ssays begun. Paley's Natural Theology. 

II. Locke -finished. Paley's Evidences of Christianity, 
'aley's Moral Philosophy begun. 

Ill Paley's Philosophy finished. Stewart's Philosophy 
f the Mind, Vol. ]. 

In addition to the recitations in the books here rpeeified, 

ach class receives lectures from '.he Professor ot Lant.ua- 

es ; the Junior Class attends a course of experiment .1 

1 ctures on Natural Philosophy; and the Senior Class, 

le courses on Chemistry, Mineralogy, Ideology, and the 

Irinciplcs of Natural Philosophy.' Ik members of the 

veral classes attend aho, the private exercises and lee- 

res of live Professor 'of Rhetoric and Calory. £peei- 

ens of English Composition are exhibited daily by one 

more ot each of the divisions o! the Sophomore ami 

feior clashes Written tVaitslatKms from I .a '-in authors, 

•e -presenter! by the Freshmuu elms. The lotvcr elapses 

I jtlso instructed in Latin Composition, Thy Sctii r 



lie 

and Junior classes have Forensic Disputations twice & 
week, before their instructers. There are very frequent 
exercises in Declamation, before the Tutors, before the 
Prolessor of Oratory, and before the Faculty and students* 
in the chap el. 

' The Berkeleian Premium, of aboutvfifty dollars a year, 
is given to the scholar in each class who passes the best 
examination in Latin and Greek ; provided he resides as 
a graduate in New- Haven, one, two, or three years. Pre« 
jniums are *lso given for Latin and English Composition, 
and Declamation in public 

There are two public Examinations of the classes in* 
year, one in May, the other in September ; which are con* 
ftnued from four to six days each. The candidates for de- 
grees ate also examined, at the close of their course of 
study. 

No student is allowed to be absent, without specif 
leave, except in vacations. 

PUBLIC WORSHIP. 
Prayers are attended in the college chapel, every mor« 
ning and evening, with the reading of the scriptures ; when 
one of the Faculty officiates, and all the students are re< 
quired to be present. They are also required to attend 
public worship in the Chapel on the Sabbath, except such 
as have permission to attend the Episcopal or other cot) 
gregations in town. 

EXPENSES. 

The college bills are made up by the Treasurer and 
Steward, three times a year, at the close of each term*, 
and are presented to the students, who are required t< 
present them to their parents, guardians, or patrons. I 
.any student fails to comply with this requisition, he is noj 
to be permitted to recite, till the bills are paid. 
The annual charges in the Treasurer's bill, are, 
For instruction, ... . $33 

For rent of a chamber in college, - 6 

For ordinary repairs and contingencies, 2 40 
For general damages, sweeping, &o. about 1 60 

§43 00 



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besides this, the student may be charged for damaged 
cone by himself, and a small sum for printing catalogues, 
■and other occasional expenses. 

Board is furnished in commons, by the Steward, at a- 
bout $2 25 a week ; or 90 dollars a year, not including 
vacations. It varies, however, with the price of provis- 
ions. Wood is procured by the Corporation, and distrib- 
uted to those students who apply for it, at cost and char- 
ges. 

The students provide for themselves bed and bedding, 
furniture for their rooms, candles, books, stationary, and 
•washing. There are also classical taxes, of a small a- 
mount, for fuel in the recitation rooms, catalogues, &e.— 
If books and furniture are sold, when the student has no 
Farther necessity for them, the expense incurred by their 
use, will not be great. 

The following may be considered as a near estimate of 
the necessary expenses, without including apparel, pock- 
et money, travelling, and board in vacation. 

Treasurer's bill, as above, 

Board in commons 40 weeks, from 

Fuel and light, • • 

Use of books and Stationary, 

Use of furniture, - • 

Washing, - - - 

Classical taxes, ... 

Total, from % 180 to MO 

Those who have their board and room in private fami- 
lies, will incur an additional expense of froin 70 to 100 
dollars a year. None are permitted to take lodgings m 
town, except when the rooms in college are not sufficient 
to accommodate all. 

Students who wait in the Hall, are allowed two thirds 
of their board ; and those who occupy recitation- rooms, 
lave their fuel in winter, and receive a small compensa- 
tion in summer. 

With regard to apparel, and what is called pocket mon- 
ey* n0 general estimate can be made. 

No student is allowed to contract any debt, without a 
written permission from his patron, who is one of the Fa- 
culty. As a farther precaution against extravagance, pa- 
rents at a distance frequently deposit funds with the pa- 



8*3 


43 


85 to 


95 


15 


20 


10 


15 


10 


15 


10 


20 


1 


12 



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tron ; *ho, in that case, pays a particular attention to the* 
pecuniary concerns of the student, settles his bills, corres- 
ponds with the parent, transmits an account of expendi- 
tures, &c. for which he charges a commission. 

A person admitted to an advanced standing, unless com- 
ing from another college, pays a sum to the Treasurer, 
equal to the tuition-money which has been paid by others 
of the class which he enters. 



THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION. 

The Instructors in the Medical Institution are a Pro- 
fessor of the Theory and practice of Physic and ^urge^y, 
a Professor of Materia Medica and Botany, a Professor of 
Chemistry and Pharmacy, and a Professor of Anatomy 
and Physiology. The Lectures commence the last week 
in October, and terminate the last week in March. Dur- 
ing the course, from 80 to 100 Lectures arc given by each 
Professor. 

The Students have access to the Lectures on Natural 
Philosophy, Mineralogy, and Geology. A distinct course 
ft given on Ohstetricks, by the Professor of Anatomy and 
another on the Klenients of Botany, by the Professor of 
that department. The Examination for licenses and de- 
grees is held immediately after the close of the lectures 

The Institution is furnished with a Library and Anatom- 
ical Museum The students have access also to the Li- 
brary of the College. 

The Fees, which are paid in advance, are twelve dol- 
lars and fifty tents for each course, except that on Mine- 
ralogy. The Matriculation Fee is five dollars. Room- 
rent in the Medical College is 5 dollars, which entitles the 
student to remain m the room during the year. The en- 
tii e expense of a residence of five months, through the 
courses, including fees anil all expenses, except clothing, 
is firm 150 to 2$J0 dollars a year. 

The Medical students, during their residence in the In* 
stittitirn, are subject to the same moral and religious res- 
traints, as those cf the Academical ColUge. 



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OFFICERS OF THE ALPHA OF CONNECTICUT. 

James L Kingsley, eso, President. 

Samuel J. Hilchct ck, ci>q. Vice* President. 

Roger S. Baldwin esq. Corresponding Secretary. 



ALPHA OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

Hon. John Q. Adams, ll. d President. 

Professor Sidney Willard, Vice-President. 

Professor Andrews Norton, a.m. Secretary. 

Professor Levi Hedge, Treasurer. 



ALPHA OF NEW-HAMPSHIFtE. 
President. 
Henry Hutchinson, esq. Vice-President. 
Thomas I. Murdock, a. m. Corresponding Secretary. 



ALPHA OF NEW-YORK, AT SCHENECTADY. 

Rev. Eliphalet Nott, d. d. President. 

Rev. Andrew Yates, d. d. Vice-President. 

Thomas McAuley, ll. d. Corresponding Secretary. 

Francis Way laud, A. m. Recording Secretary. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE, 

Rev. Tilloison Uronson, d. d . Principal. 

Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of J Ainguages. 

Burrage Beach, esq. Treasurer and Secretary. 

Anniversary — tiist Wednesday of. September. 

. Vacations. — From the fir^t Wednesday in September, 

three weeks; from the 24th of December two weeks j 

from the third Wednesday of Apr/1, five weeks. 



BACON. ACADEMY COLCHESTER. 

John Witter, a. m Preceptor. 
Vacations. — From the first Wednesday in September, 
three weeks ; from the first Wednesday in January , twe 
vrecks ; and from the first Wednesday in May, two weeks 



J2U 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY (MASS.) 

(Founded, A. D. 1636.) 

flex. John Thornton Kirtland, d.d. ll,d. President. 
Aaron Dexter, m. d. Erving Professor of Chemistry and 

Materia Medica, Emeritus. 
William D. Peck, m. d. Jllass. Professor JSatural History. , 
Rev. Henry Ware, d. d. Hollis Professor ofTheoUgy. 
Hon. Isaac Parker, ll. d. Royal Projessor of Law. 
Levi Hedge, a. m College Prof. Log. Metapli. arid Eth. 
Rev. John S Popkin, d. d. College Prof of Greek. 
Andrews Xorton, A. m. Boyleston Prof. JRheto. and Ora. 
Sidney Willard, a. m. Hancock Professor Hebrew, and 

other Oriental Languages and English Language. 
James Jackson, m. d. Mersey Prof. Theo. and Prac. Med. 
Hon. Asahel Stearnes, a. m. University Prof Lang, 
John C Warren, m. d. Mersey prof Anat. and Surgery. 
J oho Gorham, u. d, Erving Professor of Chemistry. 
Levi Frisbie, a/, m. Alford Prof Nat. Itel. Mor. PhiL and 

Civ. Pol. 
John Farrar, A. m. Hollis. Prof Mat. and A at. Phil. 
Rev. Edward Everett, a. m. Prof Greek Literature. 
Jacob Bigelow, m. b. Jiumf. Prof and Lect. Mat. Med* 

and Botany, 
Walter Channing, m. d Lecturer Obstetric. 
Jared Sparks, a. m. Tutor Geom. J\at. Phil, and Elem. 

Astronomy. 
Samuel Gilman, A. m. Tutor Geom. J\at. Phil, and Elem. 

Astronomy. 
John Brazer, A. m. College Professor of Latin. 
Jonathan F Dana, m. d Assist, to Prof of Chemistry. 

Commencement- Last Wednesday in August. 

Vacaions — From Commencement four weeks ; from 
the fourth Wednesday in December, seven weeks ; and 
iVftm tl-.e third Wednesday in May, two weeks. 

dumber of Graduates at the last Commencement, 80* 

WILLIAMS 1 COLLEGE, (MASS.) 

(Incorporated June S3, 1793.) 
Rev. Zephaniah Swift Moore, d d. President* 

Rev. A Win Hyde, d. d. Vice-President. 
Vacant, Professor of Law and Civil Polity. 



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Chester Dewey, A. m. Professor of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry, 
Ebenezer Kellogg, a. m. Professor of Languages* 
Commencement*— -First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations. — First, three weeks from Commencement* 
Second, seven weeks from the 4th Wednesday in Decem- 
ber.. Third, three weeks from the third Wednesday in 
May. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 21* 

BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 

AT BRUNSWICK, (me.) 

(Incorporated June 24, 1794 ) 

Rev. Jesse Appleton, d»d. President. 

John Abbot, a.m. Professor of Latin and Greek Ldri* 

guages. 
Parker Cleveland, a.m. a A.s. Professor of Mathemat- 
ics and JMat. Phil and Lecturer jon Chemist, and JSiin. 
Rev. William Jenks, a.m. Projessor of the Oriental Lan* 
guages, and of English Language. 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations. — First, four weeks from Commencement. 
Second, six weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 
Third, three weeks from the third Wednesday of May. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 19* 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, (R. I.) 

(Incorporated 1764.) 
Rev. Asa Messer, d.d. ll.d. President. 
Hon. David Howell, ll.d. Professor of Law 
Rev. Calvin Park, d d. Professor of Moral Philosophy 

•tind Metaphysics* 
Tiistam Bulges, esq. Professor oj Oratory and Belle 

Letlres. 
William In galls, m.d- Professor of Anatomy and Surgery, 
Solomon Brown, m d. Professor of Materia Medica, and 

Botany. 
Levi Wheaton, m.d. Professor of the Theory and Prac* 

tice of Physic. 
JolurDe Wolf, jr. a. m. Projessor of Chemistry. 



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Commencement— First Wednesday in September. 

Vacations — First, three weeks from Commencement. 
Second, eight weeks from the last Wednesday in Decem- 
ber, Third; two weeks from the third Wednesday in 
May 

dumber of Graduates at the last Commencement, IS, 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, (N. K.) 

(Founded in 17C9) 
Rev Frsncis tfrown, d d. President. 
Rev. Rosweil 8hu: tlefiT, a m Professor of Divinity. 
Kbenezer Adams, esq. a.m. Professor of JM.alhenw.tica 

and Natural Philosophy. 
Cyrus Perkins, m d. Professor of Anatomy and Stirgery.\ 
Vacant* Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic, 

and Materia Aledica. 
Daniel Oliver, m r>. Lecturer on Chemistry , 
Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — First, 4 1-2 weeks from Commencement. 
Second, 8 1-2 weeks from the first Monday in January. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 26, 

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. 

IN ANDOVfcR, 
(Founded AD 1807.) 
Board of Trustees — Hev . EHphalet Pearson, lld. 
President. Hon. Oliver Wendell, Vice-President. Mark 
Newman, esq. Clerk. Samuel Farias, esq. Treasurer. 
Rev. Jedediah Morse, d.tj Hon. John Piiiili^s^ of Bos- 
ton. Hon John Phillips, of Andover. Hon. Josiah Quiu- 
cy. — Rev Daniel Dana, d d. Rev. JVsel Holmes, d.d. 
John Adams, a. m. Mr. Samuel H. Walley. 

J3 oar d of Visitors. — William tfartlett, esq. President. 
Rev Samuel Spring, d d Secretary. Moses Drown, es<|* 
Hon George Bliss. Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. d. 

PROFESSORS. 
Rev. Ebenezer Porter, d.d. BartletlP vofessor of Sacred 

lihetoric. 

Rev. Leonard Woods, d d Abbot Projector of Christian 

Theology. 



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Rev. Moses Stuart, A. m. »fosoc* Professor of Sacred 
Liter attire. 

Vacations-^lrst, six weeks from the Thursday follow- 
ing the first Wednesday in May. 

Second, eight weeks from the Thursday following the 
fourth Wednesday in September. 

Public examination, 4th Wednesday in September. 

Regular time of admitting students, at the beginning of 
the winter term. . 



MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 

(Incorporated Nov. 1800) 
Uev. Joshua Bales, d. d. ['resident. 
Hon. Nathaniel Chipman, ll«d Professor of Law. 
Frederick flail, a. as cab. n.y. p.s. Professor of Mat. 

aiulJVut. Pliii. 
Rev. John Hough, a m. Vrofessur of Divinity. 
Reuben D. Mu»sey, m. d Prof, elect of Chemistry. 
liobert B Palton, a. m. Prof ssor of Languages. 
Commencement — Third Wednesday, in August- 
Vacations— First, four weeks from Commencement. 
Second, seven weeks from the first Wednesday in Janua- 
ry, and two weeks from the third. Wednesday in May. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commence ment, 17 



UNION COLLEGE, AT SCHENECTADY,. 

(N.Y.) 

Rev Fdiphalet Noft, d d V resident. 
Rev. Andrew Yates, d. d. Professor of Moral Philosophy 

and Lo'jic. 
Thomas M'Auley, ll d. Professor of Mi t hematics and 

JSatnral Philosophy. 
Thomas G Brownell, Professor of Chemistry* 
Robert Proudfit, a.m. Professor of j.cingnapes. 
Pierre Gregoire Reynard, Professor of French Lang. 
Commencement. — Fourth Wednesday of July. 
Vacations'— -First, from Commencement, seven weel^s* 
Second in Dcember 3 weeks Thiid, in Ap» it 3 weeks. 
Number of Giaduutes at the lafil Coimnenccnient, U, 



HAMILTON COLLEGE. 

IN ONEIDA COUNTY, N.Y||| 
(Incorporated in 18l2.) 
Rev. Henry Davis, d. d. President, 
Seth Norton, a.m. Pro/, of Latin and Greek Lang. 
Josiah Noyes, m. d. Prof, of Chem. and Min. and Lect* 

on Wat. Phil. 
Theodore Strong, a. m. Professor of Mathematics. 
Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August. 
Vacations. — First from Commencement six weeks. Sec- 
ond, from the second Wednesday in January three weeks* 
Third, from the second Wednesday in May, 4 weeks. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 10. 

American Academy of Arts and Sci- 
ences. 

Edward H. Holyoke, m. d. President. 
"Rev. John T. Kirtland, d.d. ll d. Vice-Preside nU 
Hon George Cabot, 
Kev. John Lathrop, d.d. 
Caleb Gannett, esq. 
Hon. John Davis ll d. 
Rev, James Freeman, D.D. 
Aaron Dexter, m. b. > Councillors. 

iHion. Thomas DaweS 
Kev Henry Ware, d d. 
Charles Bulfinch t esq, 
Win. D. l\ck Prof Nat. Hist 

John Farrar. Prof Math Jiecording Secretary i 

Hon. Josiah Quincey, Corresponding- Secretary. 

Thomas L. Winthrop, esq. 'I'reusw^er. 

John C. Warren, M d Vice Treasurer* 

Kev Dv Lathrop, Librarian 

John Gorham, m d. Cabinet Keeper. 
Kev. Dp Kirtland \ 

Hon. Nath'l Uowditch, ll d. # 
Professor Farrar \ Committee of Publi- 

Kev Dr Freeman I cations. 

Professor Willard j 

Annual meeting at Boston, May 30th. 



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Connecticut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. 

(Incorporated October 1799) 
He. v. Jeremiah Day, ll p. Vretident. 

His Ex. Oliver Wolcott, ll d. \ 

Hon John Cotton Smith, ll. d. f 

Hon James Hitlhouse, \ Vice-? residents. 

His Honor Jona Ingersoll, ll. d. t 

George Gibbs, esq. J 

Hon John Trumbull, ll. d. S 

Hon. Simeon Baldwin f 

Rev Tillotson Bronson, D- D. > Councillors* 

Hon, David Daggett V 

Hon. Roger M. Sherman, ) 
Enoch Perkins, esq ) 

Nathan Smith, m. d. > Cqrrespond^g Secretaries* 

Rev. Elijah Waterman y . 

Professor A. M. Fisher, Recording Secretary. 

Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer, 

President Day - ) 

Professor Si Hi man > Committee of Publications. 

Professor Jiingsley ) 

Annual meeting 4th Tuesday of October. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, 1st Orator, and Professor Chauti- 
cey A. Goodrich, 2d Orator, at the next annual meeting. 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, 

Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

Col. Jabez W. Huntington, ) -. . . n ntn ^ 
Col. James Babcook, \ ^'^-Camp. 



HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, 

Lieutenant-General. 
Major HorbpS. Baldwin, \ M lh .<k-Camp. 

Major Charles A. Jn£erso'l, S 
Major-General Ebenezer Huntington, AdjutanUGeneral. 
Major Henry Hudson, / «. , , #-»„.«»• 

Major VVolcott Huntington, \^*^-^^ 

Col Michael Olcott, Quarter Master General. 

Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 

Ma^or Hezejtiah Goddard, Pay-Master General* 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

AT HARTFORD, 

tjoksr Daniel Back, Major Commandant 

1st Comptmy. ItarzHtai 'li. Jiuck, 1st Lieutenant 

Robert W. Ramsdell, '2i\ Lieutenant 
Charles Greenleaf, Cornet 
toot. Richard E Goodwin. Mujor Commandant 
1st Company, .lames M. Goodwin, Capt. and 1st Lieut 
Samuel Church, gel Lieutenant 
George Beach, 3d Lieuiennnt 
Caleb Goodwin, 4th Lieutenant 
L) nds Olmstead, Ensign. 



AT NEW- HAVEN. 

koupf. Enos A. Prescott, Major Commandant 
2<i Company. Samuel Newton, 1st Lieutenant 
Edwin E. Lewis, id Lieutenant 
Henry Hurpfms, Cornet 
joot. Ezekiel Hoichkiss. Major Commandant 
Zd Company. Wm. 15 Wallace. Capt. and 1st Lieut. 
Wm C. At water, 4 2d Lieutenant 
Daniel fliHjwn, l 2d. 3d Lieutenant 
Situs Ford, 4th L'euumnt 
Joe! Mat toon, Ensign. 



INFANTRY. 

FIRST IMVISIONT. 

Consisting of the first and second Brigades. 
Levi Lusk, esq. Maior-General 
Geoage Plummer, esq Division Inspector 
Setli J North, esq. Division Quarter Master 
f»«»el/._l Hitohooek, esq. ? Mt i l . de . Cam p, 
Jedediali Ueming, esq. S 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the first, sixth, fourteenth, and seventeenth 

regiments. 

Martin Kellogg, jr esq Brigadier-Genera! 

Theodore Pease, .Brigade Major* and Inspector 

Barxillai Hudson, jr. Brigade r i'iarter-Master 

z Joreph Wright, Aid de-Camp 



FIRST REGIME XT. 
Formed from Hartford, (excepting the society of ft r est- 
H Art ford) Windsor, (excepting such part thereof as lies 
within the society of Turkey-Hills,) East Marl ford, East- 
Windsor, that part of Farmington, and that part of Sims- 
bury which lies within the society of Wintonbupy. 
John F. Waters, Colonel 
Robert F. Mather, Lieut. Colonel 
Ireneus' Brown, Mnj&r 
Charles Babcock, Adjutant 
Thomas Bobbins, Chaplain 
.lames Bid well, Quarter-Master 
Joseph M. Merrow, Pay -Master 
James E Hart, Surgeon 
David Bemis, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains. JJeatcnants Enngnt 

W. Wads\vorth,°.d. John N. Humphrey Ed ward Goodwin 
Chauncey Porter Cyrus .Bissell L> man Loomis 

Martin Rockwell Samuel .Mills Daniel Stonghton 

Joseph P. Jones Eli Olmsted Luman Hurlburt 

Vacant Pierpont Hollisfer -lanaau Cooley 

Joab Loom is Richard F. Combs Justus Gdlett 

Charles S. Phelps Henry OnboriM! iAsjthel L^oniis 
John Palmer Josiah PUe'Y>fr, jr. Philip Bar ics 



I*'c5 



Flank Companies. 
Stephen Heath Clark Mackintosh Horatio Nobles 
Dyer White Thomas Dodd William Hayden. 



SIXTH REGIMENT.. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfield, Glastenbijryy 

and the society of Worthington, in Berlin. 

James Sellew, Colonel 

Edmund Bulkley, Lieut. Colonel 

Joseph Camp, Major 

Asher Robbins, Adjutant 

Chauncey A. Goodrich, Chaplain. 

Edwin Williams, Quarter-Master 

Roderick Grimes, Pay-Master 

Wra. Tul ley, Surgeon 
Wm. Gilbert, Surgeon's -'Jate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

George Crane Simeon Churchill Sylvester Havens 
Robert Johnson Selah North John Rogers 

Chan'y Strickland Jesse Strickland Arch' Id Pibbles 
Austin Hobbins William Butler Henry Bulkley 
Nath'l Boardman Joseph Williams James Goodrich 
Aaron C. Sears Bela Coe Fairchild Camp 

George Covell Asahel Hollister Sylvester Blish 

George Hart Chauncey Shipman Seth Stanley, jun. 

Flank Companies* 
Thomas Sill George W. Bull Barzillai Sage 

Simeon Stoddard Josiah W. Bristol Daniel Willanl 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Farmington, (excepting sqch part thereof 

as lies within the society of Wintonbury,) Burlington., 

Bristol, Southington, the society of West- Hartford, and 

$erlin, excepting the society of Worthington. 

George Cowles, Colonel 

Moses Goodman, jr. Lieut Colonel 

Abraham Pettibone,jun. Major 

Mark Thompson, Adjutant 

Noah Porter, Chaplain 

James K* pump, Quarter-Master 



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Vacant, Pay -Master 
Titus Merriman, Surgeon 
Vacant, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenant*, Ensigns. 

Samuel Dickinson Edward Whitman Adna Hart 
Isaac Botsford Norman Winchell Albert Norton 
Joseph Wright, 2d Benj. Slater Francis Hart 

Abner Bailey Leic'r Carrington Kollin Atkins 

Isaac Shepard Theo Byington Cromwell Newell 

George Flagg Hezekiah Selden Sylvest. Goodman 

Sidney Porter Francis Woodruff" Francis Woodford 

Abra'm Pettibone Joseph S. Peck Vacant 

Flank Companies. 
Mark Thompson John Thompson,jr.ftichard Cowles 
Chester Grannis Root Grid ley ltensellaer Carter 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Sufrield, Granby, Simsbury, (excepting so 
much thereof as lies within the society of Wintonbury,) 
that part of Windsor, which lies within the society of Tur- 
key-Hills, and Canton, excepting such part thereof as for- 
merly belonged to New-Hartford. 

Jesse P HoLcorab, Colonel 

' Ezra Adams, jr. Lieut. Colonel 

Samuel Norris, Major 

Nathaniel Pratt, Adjutant 

Alien M'Lean, Chaplain 

Vacant, Quaiter-M aster 

Gabriel Lewis, Pay-Master 

Benjamin Weed, jr. burgeon 

William Rveritt, Surgeon's AJate 



Captains. 
.lames Cornish 
David Bement 
Linus Moses 
Walter Thrall 
Asahel Btiss 
A polios Phelps 
^Joab Griffin, jr. 
Moses Tibbiis 



Lieutenants* 
Asa Cornish 
Alfred Sikes 
Stephen Cage 
Tot Thompson 
Jededial? Wilcox 
Jona. M Vietz 
Justin Reed 



~Enni%ns. 
Nathan Case 
Thomas Hurlbut 
Shubael S Moskins 
Orson P. Phelps - 
Harvey GrisvoUi 
Vacant 
Oval Wilcox 



Eleazer Benjamin Sehlen Moore 



Iffl 

Plank Companies. 
Salmon Ensign Beth King. jr. L ItemmingtSn, |£ 

Isaac Phelps, jr. Leeraan Reed Allen Clements 

SECOND BRIGADE* 

Comprising the second, seventh, tenth, and twenty 'fig* 

Cond regiments- 

John Brainard, 2d- esq. Brigadier-General 

Arnold H. Hayden, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Joshua L'Hommedieu, Aid de-Csimp 

Larman T. Qlark, Brigade Quarter-Master 

Stt'OND REGIMENT. 
Formed from New Haven, East Haven, Milford, t>erb^ 
Oxford, and the society of Amity, in Woodb ridge* 
Eiisha Punderson, Colonel 
I)avid Jackson, Lieut. Colonel 
Stephen B Ford, Major 
Truman Coe, Adjutant 
ferasius Scranton, Chaplain 
Isaac liters, Quarter- Master" 
CrindleV Harrison, Fay Master 
Pearl Crofts, Surgeon 
Samuel Punderson, jr. Surgeon*s-Mat6 
Captains* Lieutenants. Ensigni 

Isaac Mix Eber K Potter Leman Chalfielcf 

Andrew Beard, jr Eliakim Bostford William Smith, ji»" 
Eli Gilbert Grindle^ Harrison Eli Beecher 

Lewis Reemer Joseph 11 Higgs Jared Johnson 
James Thompson felias Bradley Asahet Smith 

!)ivine Ch: tfieM linos Cahdee Thomas L Osboro 

Asa Basse ft Eiekitl Gilbert Bennet Luna 

Xiaymond Baldwin Andrew Clark Vacant 

Flank Companies 
Nathaniel Smith Nathan P!att William Piatt 

Dennis Kimberly George J Whiting Chas. S Tomlinsos 



SEVENTH fcFGlMENT* 
Formed from Dm ham, Killingworth, Saybrook and 
lladdam, excepting that part there *f wh'e h iiea oa tke 
©ait side of Connecticut riy© 



Captains 
Benjamin Dowel 
Aaron Biamard 
STalli'l Wilcox 
lchab<>d Camp 
Amasa Hay den 



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Ohadiah Platt3, Colonel 

William Ingham Lieut. Colonel 

George Buell, Major 

Samuel Silliman, Adjutant 

Aaron Hovey, Chaplain 

Joseph Shipman, -id". Quarter-Ma9ter 

Ansel Pratt, Pay Master 

Andrew F Warner, Surgeon 

Ezra J Mather, Surgeon'*- Mate 



Lteutenums Ensigns 

Uichard Chalker John Bush n el I, 2d 

Thomas Shaler Daniel S 7 entress 

William Pratt David M Or is wold 

Timothy Coe, jr« Jabe2 Bailey 



George Reed 



Aaron Bushnell,2d Lam^on Kedfield 
Samuel Colt Jos. Shipman, l Zd 

Stephen Burr Elisha Clark 

Flank Companies 
Vacant Leet liurd 

Selden Huntington Chauncey Child 



Fenner Bu>h 
William H Lay 
Gideon Packer 
Thomas C Smith 

Silas Carter 
Guidon Walkley 



VGNTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Guilford, Branford, North- Haven and 
Wallingford. 

Jeremiah Parmelee, Colonel 
John B Chittenden, Lieut. Colonel 
Cateh Cooked Major. 
Anson Foot, Adjutant 
William F Vaili, Chaplain 
Frederick Lewis, Quarter-Master 
Amos b'eward, Pay-Master 
Lyman Parker, Surgeon 
Willoughby L Lay, Ssrgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

David Parmelee George A Foote Kath'l M. Laudon 
Ira Andrews Vacant Jesse Gajlord 

Chandler Barker Wm. R Johnson John Grave, 2d 
Timothy Andrus Manning Tuttle Eleazer Warner 
Hubbard Graves Achilles Willard Vacant 
daSon Page Malaehi S Tyler MarUu tfars?s 



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Joseph Chidsey Cyrus Benton Erastus Dudley 

Vacant Anson Field David Dudley 

Flank Companies. 
William Hart Jos. Pa> melee, jr. Geerge Hart 

Vacant Asaph Hall Joel Rice 



TWENTY SECOND REGIMENT. 
Formed from Walerbury, Wolcott, Cheshire, Meridea, 
Hamden, and the society of Bethany, in Woodbridge. 
Thaddtfus Street, Colonel 
Bela Wellon, Lieut. Colonel 
Kthelberi Benhara, Major 
Moses Pond, jr. Adjutant 
John Kees, Chaplain 
William A Peck, Quarter-Master 
Gideon M Ilotcbkiss, Pay-Master 
Ambrose Ives, Surgeon 
John Corn well, Surgeon?s-Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Plina Sheldon Ransom Scovill Jul. J B Kingsbury 

William Peck John Foster Reuben Moss 

Lyman Collins Stephen Seymour John Couch 
Archibald Miner Moses Pond, jr Mark Upson 
Levi Woostejc Ashbel Stephens John Newton 

fcSid. M Hotchkiss Samuel Castie Orren Hotchkiss 

Nathan Netlleton Ailing Thomas Vacant 
Levetett Tuttle Hea. Brocket 3d A. Dickermanjr 

Flank Companies 
Samuel Root Anson S perry Nathan R Morri$ 

"Vacant Jacob Robinson Stepher* Tuttls 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades. 

Jirah Isham, esq. Major General 
Col. George L Perkins, Division Inspector 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the third, eighth, eighteenth and twentieth 

regiments. 

William Williams, jr. esq. Brigadier General 



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John W Hull, Brigade Major and Inspector 
Erastus T Smith, Quarter Master 
William C Gilman, Aid-deCamp 

THIRD REGIMENT. 
Formed from New-London, VVaterford, Lyme, Mont- 
ville, the society of Millington in East-Haddam, and ibe 
society of New-Salem in Colchester. 

William Moore, Colonel 
Samuel C Selden, Lieut. Colonel 
John C Ely, Major 
Lathrop Rockwell, Chaplain 
Benjamin Brown, Quarter-Master 
Wiliiam Noyes, Pay-Master 
Dyer T Brainard, Surgeon 
Leander Utley, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

John Prentiss Stephen Ashcraft Ezra W Miller 

Svlv. Champion Charles Wait Henry Champion 

Guy Dolbear Lemuel II Dolbear ,To3iah Raymond 

Joseph A Smith Absa. Beckwith, jr Chas. W Strickland 
Elislul Caulkins Daniel Byrne Andrew Maynard 

Vacant Ab'm E Perkins Romsey Reeve 

Avery Morgan Horace Miller Asa Swan 
Lyman Fargo Griswold Avery Guidon Chappell 

Flank Companies 
Ebenefcer Prentiss Erastus Smith Chas* Huntington 

Vacant Samuel S Warner William Spence 

Nathan Grimng Reid Anderson Lemuel Dickerstm 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Groton, Stonington North-Stonington* and 
Voluntown. 

Nathan Pendleton, Colonel 

Stephen Billings, Lieut. Cclone 

Daniel Carr, Major 

Nathan Smith, Adjutant 

Ira Hart, Chaplain 

Samuel Chipman, Quarter-Master 

John O Miner, jr Pay- Master 

William Lord, Surgeon 



I nomas j wens, curgeoo s-,uate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensign* 

Francis Amy Cbas, A Smith John P Trumbull 

Menry Harding Uoswell Packer Joseph Packer 
Cyrus Swan Hosea Grant Apple. Woodward 

Daniel Scranton John THHnghfttt George Bassett 
Knswell Alien Abel Allen Israel Allen 

Daniel Bendy Perez Wheeler Joseph Noyes, 4th 

Joshua Brown, 3d Ezra Hewitt Henry Grant 

Joseph I) Mason Daniel Mason Isaac Denison 

Flanh Companies 
Ezra Dnboll Asa Park Jasper Latham 

Gideon Chapman Ben). Peabody, jr Andrew B Holmes 

EIGHTEENTH RFGXMENT, 
Formed from Norwich, Bo&rah, Franklin, Griswold, 
Lisbon^ Lebanon and Preston. 

Stephen D Allyn, Colonel 
James Clark, jr. Lieut- Colonel 
Paul Harvey 9 Major 
Nathanjel Gilbert, Adjutant 
Levi Wilson, Chaplain 
Thomas H Wilson, Quarter Master 
Silas Champiin, Pay-Master 
Reuben Burgis, Surgeon 
Erastus Downer, -Surgeons-Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Erastua Coit Asa Hoath Simeon Thomas f $d 

Breed Brown Barton U K'mbaH James Oook 

Brewster Lee Chester Lamb Bezaleel Buel 
Stephen Tracey James Bailey Park Avery 

Joseph Board man Bartlstt Holmes Nehemiah Spenaer 
Heuben Bishop Alanson Fuller Elisha Warren 
Ephi Benjamin Joseph Harvey Jabez Scholet 
Guy Hough William Kelley Wm. L Crocker 

Flank Companies 
Charles French Ephraim Pitcher Cha*. Yeomans 
John Johnson, jr Joseph Tilden Timothy LoomU 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Chatham, Colchester, (excepting the so* 



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ciety at Kew Salem,) East-Hnddam (excepting the socie- 
ty of Millington) Hebron, Marlborough, and that part of 
Haddam which lies on the t-ast side of Connecticut river, 
Jeremiah Tay'or, Colonel 
Guy Bigelow, Lieut Colonel 
Pierce Darrow, Major 
Nathaniel C Smith, Adjutant 
David B Ripley, Chaplain 
Charles Hurd, Quarter- Master 
Cornelius Shepard, jr. Pay Mister 
Kzekiel VV Parsons, Surgeon 
Daniel E Watrous, Surgeon's- Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Azariah Smith Jehiel Annable Amasa Clark 
George Clark Sylvester Manger Henry, J Strong 

Thos. Sheldon, jr Samuel Hurd Asaph Hall 

Mosely Taloott Ralph Lord Asa Dunham 

Asa Smith Geo B Chapman Jedediah Hall 

Joseph Staples Orren Staples Reuben Watrous 
Olmsted Gates Nath'l G Cone Kellogg Strong 
Samuel Taleott Oliver Wilcox Diodate Post 

Flank Companies 
Flizur Abby Philip Sag© Jesse Hurd. jr 

Levi Collins Isaac Latham Henry J Phelps 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fifth, eteveuth, nineteenth, and twenty- 
third regiments. 
John Salter, esq Brigadier General 
George Swift, Brigade Major and Inspector 
Thomas Gray, Aid-de Ca-mp 
William Salter, Brigade Quarter Master 

FIFTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, Brook- 
lyn, Plainficid, Sterling, and the south society in Killiagiy- 
David Young, Colonel 
Andrew T Judson, Lieutenant^Colonel 
Asahel Hammond, Major 
Jabex Buswell, Adjutant 



Captains. 
Lebbeus Lalhrop 
Erastus Lester 
Joseph Prince 
Daniel Tracey 
Ira Adams 
James Abbott 
Seth W Brown 
Wm. B Sprague 

Harvey Fuller 



Luther Wilson, -Chaplain;. 

Eliashib T Backus, Quarter-Master 

Festus Hyde, Pay- Master 

Jared Fuller, Surgeon 

William A Brewster, Surgeon's Mate 



Lieutenants. 
Royal Jennings 
Sax ton Frink 
David Pierce 
Eiisha P Smith 



Ensigns 
Waterman C Clark 
Chaancey Bacon 
Eben. Scarborough? 
Hezekiah Baker 



Nehe'h Ensworth Festus Hyde 



Benjamin Dunlap Isaac Backus 
Dan!. Bun.ham, jr Lyman Foster 

Ei.hraim Cole ■ 

Zebina Adams Harry Wood 

Flank Companies. 
SamL 8 Moaeley Hez. Hammond 



Eben. Sanger 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

Formed frora Fomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thompson, 

and Killingly, excepting the south society. 

Jonathan May, Colonel 

Samuel Crawford, Lieutenant Colonel 

Solomon Sikes, Major 

— Adjutant 

KosweH Whitmore, Chaplain 

Samuel H Lyon, Quarter-Master 

— — — - Pay- Master 

Daniel Lyman, Surgeon 

— • Surgeon's Mate 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

JeremiahField Peter H-dl Ei'&stus Spalding 

Wm. Lyon, 3d George Bb wen James Lyon 
Wm. Alexauder Charles Buck Asa Alexander 

Calvin Day Zebedee Mifchel Edward Chase, jr 

Luther KawBon William Child Nathaniel Jones 
Peyton K'Phipps Silas Joilin Jona. Ellis, jr 

Lathrop Clark Eben. Dewing Laban Underwood 
Willard Badger Nathl Newel Samuel Corbiu 

Hank Companies, 
Moses Holmes Wm. Ctambeilaia Darius Iiicks 



Abm. Tourtlott 
George Sharpe 



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James Day 
Scarboro' Osgood 



David D:<y 
George S Ingfctfs 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Ellington, Stafford, 
Soraei's and Vernon. 

Amariah, Kibbe, jr. Colonel 
Jabez King, Lieutenant-Colonel 
John Kingsbury, Major 
Horace Metcalf, Adjutant 
William L Strong, Chaplain 
Augustus Pease, Quarter- Master 
Hillings Grant, Pay-Master 
Horatio A Hamilton, Surgeon 
John Grant, Surgeon's-Mate 
Captains Lieutenants 

Horace Metcalf Harvey Terry 
Jeremiah B »ker 
Horatio Kibbe 
John Johnson 
Calvin Kibbe 
Eli Smith 
Oliver H King 
Apollos Spelman 

Flank Companies 
John King Timothy Killam 

Rufus Leonard David Belcher 
Eliakim Paulk Alfred Benton 



Nathan Charter 
Oliver Collins 
Eli Hyde 
Calvin Hall 
Clark Foster 
John A Hall 
Jona. Johnson, jr 



Knsig7is 
Charles Allen 
Jona. C Brown 
Richard Pease, jr 
Salva Converse 
Silas Kibbe 
J ©si ah Kimball 
Curtis Crane 
Joseph Johnson 



Lor rain T Pease 
Amos Harvey 
Jeduthan Paulk 



TWENTY THIRD REGIMENT, 
Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coventry* 
Bolton and Willington. 

Daniel F Hibbard, Colonel 

James White, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Chester Daggett, Major 

Royal Storrs,jr Adjutant 

Moses C Welch, Chaplain 

Clark Grant, Quarter- Master 

Josiah Gilbert, Pay-Master 

Silas Fuller, Surgeon 



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Orrin Hunt, burgeon's Mat© 
Captains Umten.mtx Emi^nt 

Simeon Vilen \v Stephen Barrows Thomas Hongrh 
David Robertson Pan!. I Robertson Roderick JJimieti 

George L omia George Little Thomas Maidey 

Aaron Farmer Eben* Strong, jr Sylvester Skinner 

Philip Pot*er Asa Taylor John \lbray 

Alden Kaker Josrab Br »wo, jr Ele ,»zer Loomis, 2d 

Eiicis Scarborough V .^i n Qoliea Ezr* Sonthworth 

Jacob N Torrey tit uhen Chaffee Abijah Brooks 

Flank Companies 

Charles Harding Chas. Thompson. Aha Hovey 

Amos Bugbee N&tnan Preston Barack Smith 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth and sixth brigades* 
Kussel G< Abe roe thy, esq Major-General. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fourth, ninth, fifteenth, and twenty -fourth 

regiments. 

Gershom Burr, esq Brigadier-General 

Henry Burr, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Sylvanus Sterling, \ id -de Camp 

•~~ __^ Brigade Quarter- Master* 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Trumbull* and Hut* 

tington 

Daniel Burritt, Colonel 

Lewis FaireMId, Lieut. Colonel 

Eli L. Hawley, Major 

Ira Sherman, Adjtttatvt 

' Ashbel Baldwin, Chaplain 

Roswetl Lewis, Quarter-Master 

A Ian son F Lewis, Pay Master 

William B Nash, Surgeon 
Jesup Alvord, Surgeon's Mate 



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Seymour Whiting, Serjeant Major 
Asa B Beardslee, Quarter-Master- Serjeant 

Captain* Lieutenants Ensiqnt 

Roherl Knapp Alor Osborn Rphraim Jennings 

Joseph S Porter JosuiFi Gorham Sam el C Peck 

Burr Meeker S T Morehouse Lvmnn Bmks 

Matthew Curtlss John Standish Robert WUtoqi 

Daniel' Gould Peter VVintou Elbert Banks 

James Wheeler Solomon Curtis, jr David Blukeman 

Vm R Edwards Samuel Thompson Roswell Hyde 

William Clark William Richards Lynson Bostwiok 

Flank Companies 

Rlisha Beach Federal Brinsmade Simeon French 

Vacant Vacant Vacant 



NINTH RfcGlMENT. 
Formed from Norwalk Stamford and Greenwich. 
Charles Hanford, Colonel 
George Reynolds. Lieutenant Colonel 
Nathaniel Knapp, Major 
Alvin Mead, Adjutant 
Isaac Lewis, p d. Chaplain 
Obadtah Meadj Quarter- Master 
Theodore Davenport, Pay. Master 
Darius Mead, Surgeon 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Peter Smith, jr Horacr Waterbury Luther Knapp 
Fred'k Look wood Asahe! P ttgiley Sam'l Ferris, jr 
A«a Benedict John Knapp " 8ar Gregory 

Samuel Gorhamjr Dau'l Murray jr George Stribner 
Vacant Jonas Howe Beivj.'W Lyon 

Hobby Bell Rosweil Reed Charles Weed 

Benj,* Smith, jr Jacob Dayton William Smith 

Jacob Stephens jr Luther Weed Isaac Jones 

Flank Companies 
Wm. M Smith J B Waterbury John Lowden 
Samuel Close Allen Hobby Silas H Mead 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 
Povmed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof as 
is included in the society of Ridgebury,) Newtown, New* 
Mil ford, (excepting such part thereof as lies within- the so- 
ciety of New Preston, Brookfield, Neu* -Fairfield aud Sher* 
man* 

Elias Starr, Colonel 
Noah S Barnum, Lieut Colonel 
Levi Hubbell, Major 
Russell Hoyt, Adjutant 
Daniel Burhans, Chapiain 
Angus Nicholson, Quarter-Master 
Seth Andrews, Pay -Master 
Russell Botsford, Surgeon 
Vacant, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

John Foot Lucius C El well Daniel H Seoifield 

Justus Miles Gerardus Roberts Lyman Hine 

Kiah B Fairchild Wooster Feck Oliver Northrop 
John L Andrews Sbiles Wakely Lemuel Beebe 

Jesse Scudder Walter Chase Darius Hoyt 

Ezra Osborn Darius Bristol Luman Stevens 

William Giddings Vacant Vacant 

Levi Morris . C?stle Betts Jona. J Randall 

Plank Companies 
Vacant Isaac Scudder R. Blaekman, jr 

Horace HungerfordSumuel Giddiags Williston Stewart 

TWENTY-EOl'UTH REGIMENT. 
Formed from Redd'ng R'ulgefieid, inciuding the whole 
society of Ridgebiny, Weston, Wilton, and New Canaan. 
William Beiden, Colonel 
Benjamin A Darting, Lieutenant-Colonel 
William Dudley, Major 
(No retn in ofttaff.) 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

David Dorsey Harvey Keeler Walter Dauchy 

Ira Betts Joseph Beiden Lewis St John 

Joseph Hawley, jr Lemuel Adams Sturges Fan ton 
Samuel iSelleck Alfred Seely Charles Thomas 

Siliiman Godfrey Albert Lockwood Ebenezer Noyes 



Neh. Keeler, jr 
Bradford Win ton 
Vacant 

Samuel Smith 
David Lockvood 
James Prince 



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Clark Benedict Daniel Lynus 
Thos. Banks, jr Alfred Burr 
Phineas Chapman William Meeker 
Flank Companies 
Bradley Lee Lockwood Gray 

Samuel Hoyt Rufus St John 

Eli Adams Nath'l Silliman 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the twelfth, thirteenth, sixteenth, and twen* 
iy-first regiments. 

Morris Woodruff, Brigadier-General 

Joseph H Bellamy, Brigade- Major and Inspector 

Laming Bradley, Aid-de-Camp 

Wm. Leavitt, Brigade Quarter- Master 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Southbury, M«dd!ebury, Watertown, 
Woodbury, Betlilem, Koxbury, Washington, and so much 
.of the towns of New-Milford and Kent, as lie within the 
society of New-Preston. 

Seymour Knapp, Colonel 
Chauncey Crafts, Lieutenant Colonel 
Birdseye Beardsley, Major 
Bennet Blackman, Adjutant 
Ben net Tyler, Chaplain 
Chester tiurd, Quarter-Master 
Orren Bills, Pay- Master 
Conant Catlin, Surgeon 
Alston Leavensworth, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Thomas Root Samuel Sherman Lamson P Mitchell 

Aaron Hicock Adam Lum, jr Cyrus Mitchell 

Adam C Casson Abuer Strong Asahel Stilson 

Harvey Stoddard John Par tree, jr Titus Foote 
Philo Clark Jedediah Lemon Gideon Hollister,jr 

Ebenezer Evitts Samuel Averill Erastus Keynolds 
Chas Thomas, jr Chauncey Hodge Auson Northrop 
Erastus Smith Garry Bronson Win. H Smith 

Flunk Companies 
Hudson Blackman John Brush Henry Judson 

pAvid Plate Titus Pearce jr Slieldou Pearce 



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THlitTFtNTH RFGlMfcNtf* 
formed from Caiu«ati> Saiisbun , 6 War on, Cornwall, aficf 
Kent, excepting such parte thereof ad he within the sock 
ety ot New J°re*lott 

John H Pieice, Colonel 

Amos Hunt, Lieutenant Cotonel 

Stephen Bonify, Major 

Stahurj Smith, Adjutant 

Aitkin CowLeti. Chaplain' 

Joel Beech*, r Quarter Master 

Augustus B >wii"t, Pay Muster 

John Calhoun, Surgeon 
Perry Pratt, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensiirni 

tViliiam Pierce John Isfotnt Honora Fjltoa 

Ira Eaton Barnabas Hatch John R, Fullef 

Chesterfield King Silas A Gray Wm Taylor 

Abiel Cliupiu John Russell, jr Daniel Brewster 

Joel Catlin Elisha B Maliory Benjamin Catlin 

Henry Post Asahel Beebe Charles Burrall, jf 

Waiter Johnson Jared S Harrison Amasa Gntiell 
Erastus Lord Augustus B Swift Benjamin Goff 

JDavid V\ hite Serena B Gillet Lyman Mix 

Flank Companies 
Nathan Hart Jas. Wadsworth Selh Pierce, jr 

Saml. B Davis Chauncey Heed Eliphalet Bueil 

Eli&ha Skiff SHas Norton John M Raymond 



BiXTfcEN'lH JtEGtMENT. 
Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Torringtofij tfarwing* 
fcon, Plymouth and Warrem 

Uriel Tuttle, Colonel 

Jeremiah Holt, Lieutenant Colonel 

Dan Carter, Major 

Guy Wadhams, Adjutant 

LvVman Beeeher, Chaplain 

Guy K Santonl, Quarter -Master 

James Stone, Pay-Master 

fcamuel Buell, Surgeon 

Erastus L. Hart, Surgeon's Mate 

Homer Collins, Sergeant- Major 



J4ST 

(Japtains Lieuteunnti . EnsigsJ 

John T Mansfield Normand Kuel Weary Whittlesey 

Jonathan North Andrew Norton Levi Hills 

Robert H Austin I -uniDn Bancroft Shelden Scovill 

Warren L'.oinis Moses I)>ake, jr Rodney Brace 

Samuel Wright Jon a. W light, 2d Putnam Kilborn 

William Gibbs. jr Burt- Goodwin Wm. H HarritOtf 

Peter M Bissell Gris'd Woodward Many E Coe 

Vacant Asahel Wedge Augustus Coleman- 

Flank Companies 

David Marsh fcben W Hone's James Trowbiidgg 

Uri Merwin Anson Stocking Israel Stoddard 

&avid Fenn Lyman Dunbar Miles Smith 



TWENTY^lilST RFGlMlNti 

¥*ortned From Norfolk, Colebrook, Barkhampsled, Itarfr 
fand, Winchester, New Hartfoiri, together with that part 
fcf Canton which formerly belonged to New -Hartford* 
Jasper Bidwell. Colonel 
Israel vVilliams Lieut Colonel 
William Goodwin, Major 
Ebenezer Coe, Adjutant 
James Beach, Chaplain 
Lucius Clark, Quarter-Master 
Elam Coe, Pay-Master 
Amos Beecher, Surgeon 
Luman Wakefield, Surgeon's Mate 
Captains -, Lieutenant* Ensigns 

EllzUr Curtis Gordon Handerson Absalom Wells, jr 

Bethuel Beman Thomas Sugclen Ira Goodsell 
Daniel Phelps* Fisk Beech James Stannard 

Drayton JoneS Abiel Case Freeman Merrit 

Augustus P Pease Jos. Gaylord, 2(1 James <«rant 
Kath'l Gaylord, jr Ira Beech Abie! Beech 

Levi Hitchcock jr Alpha Simon Erastus Se> mou-r 

Josiah Smith, jr Elisha Smith John Westlake 

Flank Companies. 
Luther Phelps Henry Porter Hez. Wakefield 

Marry Gewtes Eiisha Cuss Khts Goodwm 



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BRIGADE OF CAVALRY. 

Cofssists of five Regiments of four Troops each, retained 

from the former eight regiments. 

Daniel B Brinsmade, esq. Brigadier-General 

Eion Gleason, Brigade-Major and Inspector 

Ralph H Hinman, Aid-de-Camp 
Royal J Canfield, Bigade- Quarter-Master 



FIRST REGIMENT. 
Peter I?. Gleason, Colonel, 
Epaphras L. Phelps, Major. 
George Smith, adjutant. Shubaei P»artlett, chaplain.^* 
ftlisha M Jencks, quartermaster. Oliver C Williams, 
pay-master. John W. Hanchelt, surgeon, Bliel U Smith, 
surgeon's mate. 



First Troop 
Joseph Pinney, captain 
Erastus Graham, 1st lieut. 
Miles Foot, '2d lieut. 
Joel A Tuller, cornet. 

Second Troop 
John Collins captain. 
Samuel Belcher, 1st lieut. 
Benoni Stiles, jr. 2d lieut. 
Elijah Alyord, cornet. 



Third Troop 
Harry Cogswell, captain. 
John Lyon, 1st lieut. 
Zolva Brown, 2d lieut. 
John J Moulton, cornet 

Fourth Troop 
Bela Bement captain 
Jeremi Bliss, 1st lieut. 
Erastus Gleason, 4 2d lieut. 
Samuel Billings, jr. cornet 



SECOND REGiMENT. 

Formerly the 5th Regiment 
Eleazer Sweetland, Colonel 
Roger Bailey, Major 
Jacob M Loorais, adjutant. Martin Hur'but, quarter- 
master. George P Gardner, pay-master. Vacant, chap- 
lain. Luther Manning, urgeon. Samuel Simons, sui> 
geon's mate. 



First 'Troop 
Rufus Burnham, captain 
John C Howard, 1st lieut. 
Denison Grant, 2d lieut. 
Azel Sumner, cornet 



Second Troop 
Festus Baldwin, captain 
Walter Williams, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Hinckley, '2d lieut. 
John Canty, cornet 



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Third Troop 
Andrew Wells, captain 
Elam Looinis, 1st lieut. 
Jabex Metealf, 2d. 2d lieut. 



Fourth Troop 
Jacob Dresser* captain 
Nathan Williams, lit lieut. 
Abiel Fox, 2d lieut. 



Jacob M C Loomis, cornet I Wm. Williams, cornet 



THIRD REGIMENT. 
Formerly the sixth Regiment. 

Samuel Foot, Colonel 
Vacant, Major 
Phineas Lord, adjutant. Norman Merrill, 2d. quarter* 
jmaster. Samuel H- Foot, pay-master. Frederick Marsh, 
chaplain Andrew Abernethy, surgeon. Erastus Ban- 
croft, surgeon's mate. 



First Troop 
Loring Bartlett, captain 
Elias H. Joss!) n, 1st lieut. 
William Burt, 2d lieut. 
Jabez Jackway, cornet 

Second Troop 
Elihu Moore, captain 
Jannah B Phelps, 1st lieut 
Myron No; ion, 2d lieut. 
Samuel Del liber, cornet 



Third Troop 
Hosea Hinsdale, captain 
Norman Merrill, 1st lieut. 
Daniel Burnham, 2d lieut, 
Norman Kellogg, feoruet 

Fourth Troop 
Ephraim 11 Morse, captain 
Phineas Lord, 1st lieut. 
Jona. Kosseter, 2d lieut. 
Abraham Morse, cornet 



FOU- TH REGIMENT. 
Formerly the 7ih Regiment. 

Martin Cowles, Colonel 

Erastus Sage, Major 

..(No return of Staff) 



First Trosp 
Alphem Shumwayi captain 
Daniel Bacon, 1st lieut. 
Noadiah Rockwell, 2d lieut 
Edward Stow, c&rnet 

Second 'Troop 
Philemon Woodruff, captain Richard vVilcnx, Captain 
John A Hart, Ut liuul. | Wait Williams, 1st lieut. 
Killings Tjsdale, 3d lieut. Loren Percival, id lieut. 
Deuhis Rich, cornet I Vacaut, cornet 

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Third Troop 
Timothy It. Hoot; captain 
Sid'y Wads-.vorth, tst lieut. 
Noah L. Phelps, 2d lieut. 
Selah Hait, comet 
Fourth Truop 



First Troop 
Samuel Wheeler, captain 
John Pearce, 1st lieut. 
Preston Downs, 2d lieut. 
Gideon Martin, cornet 

Second Troop 
Hugh Starr, captain 
Isaac H. Seeley, 1st lieut. 
ftlias S. Sanford, 2d lieut. 
Ezra Wood, cornet 



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FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Formerly the 8th Regiment. 

Samuel Canfield, Colonel 

John M'Mahon, Major 
(No return of Staff.) 



Third Troop 
Martin Pond, captain 
Drake Lockwood, 1st lieut. 
Tertius D. Potter, 2d lieut. 
Stephen Harrison, cornet 

Fourth Troop 
Hawley Morehouse, captain 
Orrin Bennet, 1st lieiU. 
Shubael \i. Gush man, 2d It. 
John G. Noble, cornet 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Consists of two regiments of Light Artillery, each regi* 
ment of three battaltions, and each battallion of four com- 
panies; and three regiments of Horse Artillery, each reg- 
iment consisting of two battaltions, and each battallion of 
two companies. 

David Deming, esq. Brigadier-General 

Nathaniel S. Woodbridge, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Henry W. Woodbridge, Aid de Camp 

Amherst D. Scovill, Brigade Quarter-Master 

HORSE ARTILLERY. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

George Hoadley, Colonel 

Thaddeus Harrison, Lieut. Colonel 

Lyman Atwater, Major 

Augustus R= Street, adjutant. Julius MaUby, quarter- 

snaster. Jasper Monroe, sergeant-major. Blizur Harri 

sob, tjaarter.aaaster sergeant. Jonathan Knight, surgeon 



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First Company 
Degrasse Matby, captain 
Joel Augur, 1st lieut. 
Isaac Stiles, 2d do. 
Philo Harrison, 3d do. 
David Leek, 4th do. 
Willard Bradley, cornet 

Second Company 
Russel Hail, captain 
Charles A. Stanley, 1st lieut 
Thomas, Hubbard, 2d do. 
Thaddeus Cooke, 3d do, 
John Field, jr. 4th do. 
W atrouB Ives, cornet 



Third Company 
David R. Baldwin, captain 
Enoch W. Piatt, 1st lieut. 
Leveret Treat, -2d do. 
Newton Baldwin, od do. 
Elizur Hotchkiss, jr. 4th do, 
L. Carrington, jr. cornet 

Fourth Company 
Wm. Trowbridge, captain 
Nathan Starr, jr. 1st lieut. 
Parsons Coe, 2d do. 
Vacant, 3d do. 
Vacant, 4th do. 
Vacant cornet 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

Henry F. Lamb, Colonel 

George Kinney, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Amos Williams, Major 

Oliver He wett, adjutant. Archibald T. Robertson, qua* 

ter-master. Charles Kinney, pay-master. David Austin 

chaplain. Nathaniel S. Perkins, surgeon. Thomas linn 

tington. surgeon's mate. 



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First Company 
Julius Cushman, captain 
Bela Robbins, 1st lieut. 
Charles \twood, 2d <lo. 
Oliver Warner, jr. 3d do. 
Clark Ransom, 4th do. 
Joseph Otis, cornet 

Second Company 
Henry Hazes, captain 
Jason W. Kingsley, 1st lieut. 
Thomas C. Coit, 2d do. 
Thomas Thomas, 3d do. 
Thomas Burnham, 4th do. 
Fred'k W. Griffin, cornet 



Third Company 
William Graves, captain 
George Clark, 1st lieut. 
Barzateel J. Meigs, 2d do. 
Vacant, 3d do. 
Vacant, 4th do. 
John Harris, cornet 

Fourth Company 
Stanton Hewitt, jr. captain 
Vacant, 1st lieut. . 
Daniel Wheeler, 2d do. 
Oliver Hewitt, Sri do. 
Elias W. Brown, 4th do. 
Henry W. Avery, cornet 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

Abel Hal), Colonel 

James Winton, Lieutenant- Colonel- 



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Joseph W Gotham, Major 
Moses K Botrioid, adjutant. Robert Middlebroolsj 
quarter master. Stephen Summers, pay master Joseph 
T Welton, chaplain. Klijah Middlebiook, surgeon. C. 
Gorham, sutgennb' mate. 



First Company 
Joseph v\ heeler, jr. captain 
Geo. Shelton, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Sherman, 2d do. 
Samuel C. Curtis, .Sd do. 
Eliisha Sherman, 4lh do. 
Youngs Nichols, 1 ' cornet 

Secottd Company 
Garrit H. Newkirk, captain. 
Elish> L. Silliman, 1st lieut. 
Rufus Bell, 2d do. 
Joseph Fitch, 3d do. 
Anson D. i'enoyer, 4th do. 
James Seott, jr. cornet 



Third Company 
Hez. S. Bradley i captain 
Wm. Sat* ford, jr. 1st lieut. 
Samuel S. Gray, 2d do. 
DaNid Hill, jr. 3d do. 
Daniel Rurr, 4th do. 
Joel Gray, #d. cornet 

Fourth Company 
Samuel Davenport, captain 
And. Keynold's, 1st lieut. 
Nat. Waterbury, jr. 2d dp* 
Conklin Hoisted, 3d. do. 
William Young, 4th do. 
Charles Henry, cornet 



LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

FIKST REGIMENT. 

Formed from New-London, Norwich, Lyme, Danhurj. 
Stratford, Norwalk, New-Haven, 8aybrook, Haddam, Gris- 
wold, Killing worth and Derby. 

Amaziak I$ray, Colonel 
Robert Gates, Lieutenant-Colonel 
William Bull, 1st Major 
Charles Harrison, 2d Major 
Giles Blague, 2d. adjutant. William H. Lynde, quar- 
ter master. Hart Tallcott, chaplain. Thas. C. Ward, 
pay-master. Sylvester Bulkley, surgeon. 

First Company 
Henrv Dennis, captain 
Edward B. H. Prince, 1st It. 
.WNIiam Lepard, 2d c!o. 

Second- Company 
Avery Bromley, captain 
Abijah Thatcher, Vst lieut. 
J<atkauiel Hetrick, 2d do. 



Third Company 
Rodney Comstock, captain 
Geo. H. Chadwick, 1st. It. 
Vacant, 2d do. 

Fourth Company 
Benjamin Ambler, captain 
Ira Gregory, 1st lieut. 
Zalmo;-. Lyon, 2d do. 



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. . Fifth Company 
fMin Fayer^eatner, c;\pt. 
Stephen fiawley, 1st lieut. 
Charles Foote, 2d do. 
Sixth Company 
Joseph Keeler, captain 
Horace A. Gibbs, l»t ttent. 
Samuel B. Skidmore, %d do. 

Seventh Company 
Philos Blake, captain 
C Hequemberg, jr. 1st lieut. 
Caleb Mix, 2d do. 
Egbert U. Peck, 3d do. 
A. H Maltky, 4th do. 
Eighth Company 
Stephen Ch&lker, captain 
Abraham Pratt, 1st lieut. 



Alfred Worthington, 2d do. 

J\inlh Co in pa u y 
Samuel Ke';ey, captain 
Dudley Clark, Ut lieut. 
Uussel Gates, 2cl do. 

Tenth Company 
Charles Coit, captain 
Kezekiah Prentice, 1st lieut 
Moses T, Geer, 2d do* 

Eleventh Company 
Ely A. Elliott, captain 
Nath'l Wright, 1st lieut. 
Philip Hill, 2d do 

Twelfth Company 
John L Tomlinson, captain 
Lyman Smith, jr. 1st lieut 
Silas New comb, 2d do. 



SECOND REGIMENT. 
Formed from Brooklyn, Tolland, East- Hartford, Pom- 
fret, Killingly, Sharon, Windham, Hebron, Bristol, Hart- 
ford, Washington, Simsbury, Canton, Winchester and 
liarkhemsted 

Nathan Johnson, Colonel 

John Fitch, Lieutenant Colonel 

Giles Olmsted 1st Major 

Thomas Botsford, 2d Major 

Dan'l.Colt, adjutant. Joy H. Fairehild, chaplain Va- 

tan*, quarter-master. George C Skinner, pay -master.— • 

Chester Hunt, surgeon. Philemon Jones, surgeon's mute. 



First Company 
Daniel Darbe, captain 
Samuel Cady, 1st lieut. 
William Forster, 2d do. 

Second Company 
D. W, Badger, Captain 
Williams Porter, 1st. lieut. 
BamUel Merrick, £d do* 

Third Coirtputiu 
Aaron F Olmsted, captain 
Chester White, tut lieut 
Solomon Olmsted, l *u du, 



Fourth Company 
Laban Fisher, cm plain 
Josiah Dean, jr. 1st fteut. 
Braton W hit more, 2d do. 

Fifth Company 
Henry ftrcnuinji* captain 
Frederick Tract » 1st lieut, 
George Spaffbrd, 2! do. 

Sixth Company 
Ephraim WiUnx, jr. 'capt. 
John Porter> 1st lieut. 
Mix P««tej iiddg, 



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Seventh Company 
Daniel Woodruff", captain 
Richard Peck, 1st lieut. 
Chauncey Ives, 2d do. 

Eighth Company 
J.ibez Ripley, captain 
Horace Goodwin, 1st lieut 
Joseph Church, 2d do. 

Ninth Company 
Pferman Hine, captain 
David Norton, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Hawes, Jr. 2d do. 



Tenth Company 
Decius Humphrey, eaptaia 
Aurora Case, 1st lieut. 
Gurdon S. Gould, 2d do. 

Eleventh Company 
George M'Nary, captain 
A Win Squires, 1st. lieut 
William Dexter, 2d do. 

Twelfth Company 
Ira Sherman, captain 
Henry Chatfield, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Wooster, 2d do. 



BRIGADE OF RIFLEMEN. 

Chnuucey Whittelsey, esq. Brigadier- General. 

Joel Jones, Brigade-Major and Inspector. 

Samuel C. Morgan, Akl-de-Camp. 

I)ank4 P. Hopkins, Brigade*Quarter-Master« 



FIRST REGIMENT; 
F.nos H. Buell, Colonel. 
Elkar.ah, C. Eaton, Lieut. Colonel. 
Samuel G. Fox, Major. 
Sidney Grant, adjutant. Francis L. Robbing, chap- 
lain. Vacant, quarter-master I. Williams, pay-master. 
Simeon Berge, surgeon. William P. Eaton, surgeon's 
mate, John Payne, sergeant-major. George Merrick, 
quarter-master-sergeant. Christopher Potter, drum-ma« 
jor. Miner Walden, fife-major. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Justin Williams Geo. Ransom Rod'k Chamberlain 

Walter Palmer, jr. Wm. E. Robinson Joseph Hutchins 
Luther Parsons Austin Hall Algernon S. Grant 

John Turner Elijah Woodward John Ensworth,jr* 

David W Post Huntington Selden Judah Strong 
Alfred Wilcox Erastus Strong Edward Lewis 
F.ph VI* Wiliiams George Ayer David Bellows 

Peter Grosvenor Joseph P. Barret Ralph James 
James Tyler, jr. Erastus Tucker EUsha Tyler 



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SECOND REGIMEKT. 

Lemuel C ftorrs, Colonel. 
John H. Wells, Lieut Colonel. 
Elisha A. Cowles, Major* 
WiJliam S. Camp, adjutant. Eiisha Cushman, thftplufa, 
Edwin Gaylord, quarter-master. Leonard Goodwin, pay- 
master. Isaac J. Hough, surgeon. John Titsworth, sur- 
f eon's mate. Elihu S Curtis, sergeant major. Richard 
\ Williams, qaarter-master sergeant. Erastus Wilcox s 
fife.major. Elisha 8. Wilcox, drum major. 

Captains Lieutenant^ Ensign* 

John Bound Luke C. Lyman John C Pratt 

Sawri'l Buckingham Alpheus Clark Enoch Rurweft 

Samuel Buel, 2d Jacob Hubbar